Is your child overwhelmed with sensory overload?
Do they get anxious when they have sensory struggles?
Do they worry about being in certain environments?
Do they crumble when faced with sensory challenges?
Do they avoid doing things due to sensory fears?
Kids with sensory issues often feel anxious.
But, it doesn’t have to be that way.
Are you not sure how to handle sensory-based anxiety?
In this class I will walk you through:
-A complete understanding of the relationship between anxiety and sensory issues.
-How sensory-based anxiety is approached differently than other anxiety issues.
-Why explaining sensory issues can reduce anxiety.
-How to help your child, help themselves.
-How to identify sensory triggers and be proactive.
Help your child feel empowered.
Having sensory struggles can make a child feel overwhelmed by the world around them.
It’s no wonder so many kids with sensory issues are anxious!
Help your child take back control. Teach them how to understand their sensory triggers and help them develop a plan to handle sensory overload.
This class is a mini-course. My mini-courses are advanced courses that dive deeper on a particular topic.
This course does not cover anxiety in general terms. If your child has an anxiety disorder along with sensory processing issues, you would benefit from taking my larger online class, How to Teach Kids to Crush Anxiety.
This mini-course only covers the sensory-based anxiety.
My name is Natasha Daniels and I am a Child Therapist, Anxiety & OCD specialist and mother to three vibrant, challenging and insightful children who keep me on my toes! I spent sixteen years working with children and families in my private practice Hill Child Counseling. In 2015 I started a journey to help parents not only locally, but globally through online resources.
I have three kids with anxiety and OCD. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. I have suffered from social anxiety for as long as I can remember. It wasn't until I wrote my first book and had to frequently go out of my comfort zone, that I realized the level of debilitation my social anxiety was causing. With the tools I taught others in my practice, I worked hard to crush my own anxiety.
I am the author of Anxiety Sucks! A Teen Survival Guide , How to Parent Your Anxious Toddler, Social Skills Activities for Kids and It’s Brave to Be Kind.
I am the creator of the website AT Parenting Survival, AT Parenting Survival Podcast and the Youtube channel, Anxiety & OCD Support. I support over a thousand parents raising kids with anxiety or OCD in my online membership AT Parenting Community.
Hear what other students are saying about Natasha’s online classes:
“I was able to use the strategies I learned to help my child work through some fears. It was very helpful for both of us as he was beginning to hate going to certain places because he got nervous and overwhelmed just thinking about it.” -Alisha
“I am so grateful for your class so I could understand my child's anxiety, instead of punishing him for his anxiety. I had no idea it could present itself as hyperactivity and realizing he goes into the "fight" because of his anxiety makes it so much more helpful for me to support him.“
“I learned how to interact with my daughter to deescalate/diffuse situations, rather than increase anxiety/anger/frustration (both her's and mine)!” -Jennifer
“The class helped me to not take her outbursts personally and have more compassion for her an her suffering.” -Katie
“It helped me understand a lot about anxiety and how it works. I learned the importance of facing fears and it has helped me to understand my child better without judging his behavior.”
StartLesson 1: The Role of Anxiety in Sensory Issues (3:31)
StartLesson 2: Detecting When it is Sensory-Related Anxiety (6:59)
StartLesson 3: Educating Your Child on Sensory Issues (3:54)
StartLesson 4: The Power of Validating Your Child’s Feelings (1:56)
StartLesson 5: Empowerment Decreases Anxiety (4:45)
StartLesson 6: Avoiding Power Struggles (5:25)
StartLesson 7: But it Doesn’t Make Sense?! (2:20)
StartLesson 8: Previewing and Preparing (4:08)
StartLesson 9: Final Thoughts (5:54)