Anxiety in Children: How Parents Can Help

Anxiety in Children How Parents can Help

An evening presentation by Dr. Karen Levine

Tuesday, March 1, 2022 – 7:00-8:30pm

via Zoom webinar

Click on these links to access event follow-up materials:

Resources recommended by Dr. Karen Levine (downloadable pdf)

Recording of event:


Karen Levine


Karen Levine, Ph.D., is a Psychologist in private practice, and a Lecturer on Psychiatry, part-time, at Harvard Medical School. She works primarily with young children and their parents, including children with or without a developmental disability, with a special focus on treating anxiety. With Naomi Chedd, LMHC, she coauthored three books including Attacking Anxiety and many articles.

In this talk, Dr. Levine will discuss:
  • Identifying anxiety in children – with and without a disability
  • Helpful amounts of anxiety and “too much” anxiety
  • Generalized anxiety and specific fears and phobias
  • What factors increase anxiety
  • Some impacts of the pandemic
  • Takeaways for your parenting toolkit and further resources

There will be plenty of time for Q&A with Dr. Levine.

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