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Addressing Anxiety

Thursday, August 15th:

  • Eastern: 1:30 PM & 8 PM
  • Central: 12:30 PM & 7 PM
  • Mountain: 11:30 AM & 6 PM
  • Pacific: 10:30 AM & 5 PM

We have seen a drastic rise in anxiety over the last few years. Understanding what is happening in the brain to cause anxiety is the first step towards making lifelong change!

If you've noticed symptoms like stomach aches during challenging tasks, emotional school drop-offs, resistance to plan changes, or excessive worry and fear, rest assured, you're not alone. Shockingly, 1 in 8 children grapples with anxiety symptoms. But here's the silver lining – THERE IS HOPE!

Join us for an enlightening session where we delve into WHY some kids experience anxiety and uncover the underlying brain mechanisms triggering these symptoms. Gain actionable tips for easing anxiety rooted in an understanding of brain development.

Discover the profound connection between brain connectivity and anxiety symptoms, and how strengthening these connections can pave the way for improvements in debilitating worry and fear.

Together, let's embark on a journey towards change. Join our session and unlock the insights that can make a real difference.

All registrants will receive a free resource guide!

About our webinar presenter:

Amanda Gunter, M.Ed.

At sixteen, Amanda discovered her passion for working with children with disabilities, sparking her desire to help them achieve their full potential. She earned a degree in Special Education from the University of Georgia in 2004, focusing on Autism Spectrum and Behavioral Disorders. Subsequently, she obtained a Master’s Degree in Moderate Disabilities from Cambridge College in 2006. Amanda’s commitment to understanding neurology led her to complete over 150 hours of classes at the F. R. Carrick Institute of Ergonomics and pursue a PhD in Neuro-Psychology.

In 2007, Amanda’s career took a pivotal turn when she joined the Brain Balance Achievement Center, inspired by the remarkable transformations she witnessed among her students. She then developed a specialized Brain Balance program for teenagers at a therapeutic residential boarding school in 2012, focusing on adopted children and those who experienced trauma. Here, she delved into the connection between brain development and empathy.

Over the past decade, Amanda has collaborated with therapists, educators, and families in interdisciplinary settings, enriching her understanding of neurological interventions. Since 2015, she has served as the CEO of Brain Balance in Florida, Georgia, and Kentucky, while maintaining a small caseload to remain directly involved in her field. Amanda’s expertise has led her to become a national speaker, sharing insights on brain function, learning, attachment, and social-emotional development at various conferences.

Amanda’s lifelong passion is to facilitate healing and growth in children and teens through progressive and innovative neurological interventions, ensuring they reach their full potential.

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