The Parent Training

Team with Parents & Guardians to Advance Academic & Social Success of Your Anxious Students

Learn how to best support your child and manage their anxiety with Anxiety Training for Schools to make a positive impact on your child’s emotional wellbeing.

Most parents and guardians fear for their children's wellbeing, which is why they try their best to shield them from anything that could potentially trigger their anxiety. Unfortunately, while their intentions are pure, they're unknowingly enabling the anxiety to take over their child's life.

To combat this, we have designed training that focuses on helping parents understand anxiety and how to become anxiety coaches for their children. The training includes tools and techniques that have proven to be effective in helping children and teens manage anxiety.

As a supplement to the training, we have also created a discussion guide that parents can use to start an open dialogue about anxiety with their children. The guide provides practical ways to apply the training and how to be a team with their child in managing their anxiety.

With the help of this training and discussion guide, parents can finally break the cycle of enabling their children's anxiety. Instead, they can empower their children to take control of their anxiety and lead fulfilling lives. It's time for parents to become anxiety coaches and help their children reach their full potential.

Our anxiety training for schools training provides Parents Must-Have, Worksheets, and Handouts resources support progress.

Tips for Successful Anxiety Coaching:

Team with parents using these 10 tips for successfully coaching children through anxiety.


A curated list of valuable resources to help your faculty and staff continue to learn about anxiety. It includes a list of recommended readings for children and teens that can be used in the classroom.

Questions to Facilitate Group Discussion:

Use this guide to facilitate insightful conversations about the state of anxiety in your school and classrooms and how you can better coach your students through fear and distress.

Give your parents and guardians the in-depth understanding of anxiety and the tools to help their children handle it—and thrive despite it.

Once you purchase this training, you can download it and share it with your parents in the format and timeframe that works for you.


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If you are not completely satisfied contact us. However, we are confident this course will beyond deliver on its promises and help you to create meaningful change in your clients’ lives.

Meet Anxiety Training Founders & Trainers

Kimberly Morrow, LCSW

Kimberly Morrow, LCSW helps people live well with anxiety using compassionate, evidenced-based treatment. She has been in private practice in Erie, PA for almost 30 years. Kimberly earned the Clinician Outreach Award and the Member of Distinction Award from Anxiety and Depression Association of American (ADAA).

Elizabeth DuPont Spencer, LCSW-C

Elizabeth DuPont Spencer, LCSW-C is a licensed clinical social worker, board approved supervisor, and trainer. She has been in private practice in Rockville, Maryland for almost 30 years. Elizabeth graduated from Columbia University and received her clinical training at the National Institutes of Health

Frequently Asked Questions

What's included in the class?

When you buy this training, you receive one hour of content led by expert clinician Kimberly Morrow, LCSW. This class includes the training for teachers and staff only. You also receive PowerPoint slides, worksheets, and handouts to help your faculty and staff immediately implement what they learn.

How long do I have to access the class?

Once you purchase this class, you can download it so that you can share it with your school in the format and timeframe that works for you.

How long do I have access to the content?

You have one year of access so your personnel can return to the curriculum as needed.