Identifying Anxiety in Your Little Ones with
Tiffany Wilson, APCC
Join us on August 9th from 3:30-4:30pm for a FREE live workshop and Q&A with Tiffany. You will leave the workshop with a better understanding of what anxiety looks like and how to help. You will also leave with book suggestions and therapeutic insights on how to identify and support anxiety in your children during these unprecedented times.
Please RSVP below to attend the virtual seminar! You will receive a Zoom link to the presentation on Sunday morning.
About Ms. Tiffany
After graduating with her BA in psychology, she moved to Austin, TX where she continued her experience as an investigator for Child Protective Services. For the last ten years, she has worked in the field of Deaf Education and furthered her education by getting her MS in both Clinical Psychology and Clinical Counseling. Tiffany's therapeutic training and experience includes social emotional literacy, family support and education, accessible behavior supports in the classroom, positive behavior interventions, a variety of therapeutic and linguistic supports for children and families from all walks of life. Tiffany enjoys providing trainings for staff in the school setting as well as families. Her specialties include: deafness, autism, anxiety/depression, behavior difficulties, giftedness, self-regulation, trauma-informed care, emotional disturbance and LGBTQ/non-binary individuals.