Practical tips to help your child cope with the pandemic– use this easy-to-read booklet to make it understandable and actionable.
Order the brochure “Help Your Child Manage Their Anxiety During COVID-19: Practical tips to help your child cope with the pandemic”. This easy-to-read, easy-to-understand, 6 x 9 booklet is written at a 5th grade reading level and is designed to provide credible, compelling, and understandable content to provide individuals and their families. The brochure is 24-page plus covers.
- 24 pages, 6” x 9” format
- 5th grade reading level using plain language principles
- Inspiring testimonials to support key points
- Engaging content with step-by-step calls to action
- Solutions to everyday problems can lead to longer term behavior change
- Appropriate, action-oriented photos
How can “Help Your Child Manage Their Anxiety During COVID-19” help parents:
- How parents can help their students with back-to-school anxiety
- How to know if your child is just anxious, or has an anxiety disorder
- When to reach out for help
- How anxiety disorders are treated
About the Author
Michelle Roberts, PhD, LPC, NCC, is the founder and clinical director of the Relational Trauma Recovery Center, where she practices EMDR (eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing), attachment-focused therapy, and other evidence-based trauma models. She is a nationally certified counselor licensed in Missouri and Oregon and a member of the EMDR Disaster Network, a group of experienced EMDR therapists offering acute trauma treatment for healthcare professionals, first-responders, hospital workers, and therapists who have been working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to her clinical work, Roberts was a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist covering mental health and, later, a founding director of Health Literacy Media. Her work has been recognized by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the National Mental Health Association, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Roberts also served as a Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellow at the Carter Center in Atlanta and has remained involved in the center’s mental health and social justice initiatives.