Talks and Trainings
Learn how to recognize anxiety and bring evidence-based strategies to your school, home, and community through CARES online and live training opportunities.
Parenting an Anxious Child or Teen
Are you concerned that your child might be experiencing anxiety but you are unsure of the signs? Learn what anxiety in children and teens looks like, how anxiety can become problematic, and what you can do to help your child.
Interested in a customized and in-depth training for your parent community? Explore the types of live trainings we offer and contact us to schedule a consultation.
Fostering Anxiety-Informed Classrooms and Schools
In this 90-minute online course, learners explore common scenarios in k-12 schools for students struggling with anxiety. A must for your professional development plan!
Interested in more customized and in-depth training for your school staff? Explore the types of live trainings we offer and contact us to schedule a consultation.
Evidence-Based Clinical Approaches for Child and Adolescent Anxiety
John Piacentini, PhD, discusses the difference between age-appropriate and problematic anxiety in children, including how to recognize the warning signs of problematic anxiety and how it is treated.
Visiting expert, Dr. Martin E. Franklin reviews his research comparing therapy for OCD via telehealth versus in-person.
Interested in more customized and in-depth training for your staff? Explore the types of live trainings we offer and contact us to schedule a consultation.
Tips for Navigating Anxiety
- Better handle difficult thoughts and feelings.
- Figure out what really matters to you in your life.
- Get back to doing things that make your life more joyful and meaningful!
Presented by UCLA undergraduate students from the CARES Youth Collective, this webinar explores the benefits and drawbacks of social media use and presents practical strategies of how to support oneself when being on social media causes negative emotions, such as anxiety or disconnection.
Are you a high school, college, or graduate student interested in helping inform and create anxiety tools for other youth? Apply to join the CARES Youth Collective!