On Tuesday, September 14, at 7:00 PM (Eastern time) we will be having a live chat interview with Diane Peters Mayer on helping children with anxiety in school.
Diane Peters Mayer, graduated with a B.A. in psychology and a master's degree in social work from the University of Pennsylvania, and is a psychotherapist in private practice in Doylestown, PA since 1990. Diane's own struggle with anxiety and how she overcame it is the basis for her specialization in school anxiety, anxiety disorders, and performance anxiety.
Children who spend their days trying to coping with anxiety in school suffer and they often feel frightened, helpless, full of shame, and worthless. Parents feel powerless to help their child. Diane's work with children and their parent focuses on empowering children to take control of their anxiety and teaching parents how to guide that process.
Diane is the author of:
· Overcoming School Anxiety, AMACOM Books, 2008.
· The Everything Health Guide to Controlling Anxiety, Adams Media, 2005
· Conquering Ring Nerves, Wiley/Howell, 2004
I hope you will join us for the interview. Diane will be taking questions from our audience.
See you then.
Published On: September 10, 2010