Child Therapist Anxiety & OCD Toolkit

Videos and worksheets to help child anxiety and OCD therapists


Do you wish you had some quick guidance on how to treat anxiety and OCD in kids?

Do you get stuck on how to motivate kids?

Do you need some creative ideas on therapy approaches?

Do you wonder how to get kids to do the work in between sessions?

Do you wonder how to effectively support parents?

Do you know how to not inadvertently make a child’s OCD worse?

Do you wish you had easy, creative handouts at your disposal to give to kids?

How about 16 colorful worksheets that cover a range of topics including identifying core fears, handling intrusive thoughts and developing self-compassion to just name a few.


Ever wonder how to use props to make therapy more fun and engaging?

Ever ask yourself how you can make exposures more effective?

Ever wonder how to help treatment resistant kids or even resistant parents?

This toolkit will give you guidance on speed dial.

-You’ll have access to 21 instructional videos

-Over 8 hours of video offering clinical guidance and support

-16 worksheets to print out and use on an ongoing basis

You get lifetime access to this toolkit, so when you hit a bump you’ll have instant guidance at your disposal. Come back to the library of videos again and again when you have a question or a new need.


This Toolkit is for:

Therapists who are looking to expand their expertise in childhood anxiety & OCD.

[This toolkit is not meant to replace the advanced training one should get to treat OCD and is not a manual on how to treat childhood anxiety or OCD].

Therapists who are looking for new creative ideas on how to approach clinical issues.

Therapists who like to continually grow, improve and expand their skills.

Therapists who like to have a library of resources and tools at their disposal.

Therapists who are constantly growing their approaches to stay fresh and dynamic.


"I decided to join the therapist group always trying to improve my clinical skills and better support my clients. I have found the worksheets and educational videos specifically for therapists to be an amazing support. I feel like I get tools to better support and understand my clients and in turn, have seen them make progress using Natasha's materials and guidance."

-Tracy K

"Being a Child Therapist, there are times when it is helpful to reach out to other professionals as a resource. Natasha Daniels is always my go-to person when comes to anxiety questions. Natasha's ability to assess a child for anxiety and her knowledge of possible interventions has made her a valuable resource to therapists and families."

-Sandie Miller, LCSW Child Therapist

Your Instructor

Natasha Daniels
Natasha Daniels

Meet Natasha Daniels, your instructor…

Natasha Daniels is a licensed child anxiety & OCD therapist with over 20 years experience. She has received advanced training and consultation through the International OCD Foundation and the BTTI. She is also the mom to three kids with anxiety and OCD.

Natasha provides global online resources to parents raising kids with anxiety and OCD. Her AT Parenting Survival Podcast is listed as a top-100 parenting podcast in the US, Canada and the UK. Over 1.2 million parents visit her website each year.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
I have no experience treating OCD, will this help me?
No, this toolkit is for clinicians that already have training in OCD. I recommend you go to the International OCD Foundation for in-depth training.
I have treated anxiety and OCD in adults, but not in children. Will this toolkit give me those extra skills?
Yes, you’ll learn kid-friendly approaches to many of the therapeutic interventions you already use. I also provide a resource section with suggested readings to expand your clinical skills with children and teens.
What age range does the toolkit focus on?
There is something for kids and teens between the ages of 5-18 years old in this toolkit.

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