(Episode 58)

Understanding Childhood Alarm with guest Ashleigh Warner

What is childhood alarm? How are some traditional approaches to childhood anxiety developmentally inappropriate? Does CBT work for kids? What can we do instead?

All of this and more in this episode with the holistic family psychologist, Ashleigh Warner.  

Ashleigh has spent over a decade working with families in various settings. Ashleigh has a Masters Degree in Educational and Developmental Psychology and is a registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. She has worked in Thailand, Kenya, The Solomon Islands and now resides home in Australia, where she is raising her young family. Ashleigh has also trained in Family Therapy and has extensive experience working with families as a whole system.

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