Parenting a Child with Anxiety Support Group

An online group for parents and caregivers of children with OCD, BFRBs, and other anxiety-related issues

“Will I ever not worry about my child’s anxiety?”

Parenting a child with OCD, BFRBs, and other anxiety related disorders can be very stressful. As a therapist, I often hear parents telling me they feel sad, overwhelmed, and worried about their child’s anxiety.

You are not alone in feeling sad, worried, or overwhelmed.

In this group, you will…

  • implement effective strategies for helping support your child with OCD, BFRBS, or other anxiety related disorders
  • gain support and connection from others who are experiencing similar difficulties
  • learn and practice healthy coping skills and positive parenting techniques
  • share common stressors of being a parent in a safe, supportive setting

This group uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and mindfulness to help each group member learn positive parenting skills, manage stress, and feel connection with others. 

For more information or to schedule a consult call, please contact Elizabeth Ernest, LMSW, PLMFT at or (812) 454-6913.

*Group requires a commitment of 4 sessions in a 6 week period.*

When: 6 Tuesdays, 7-8PM Oct 4-Nov 8 (attend any four of six sessions), another group starting Nov 15-Dec 20
Where: Online via HIPAA-compliant virtual meeting
Cost: $100 for 4 sessions
Led by: Elizabeth Ernest, LMSW, PLMFT

Elizabeth Ernest is a Licensed Masters Social Work (LMSW) and a Provisionally Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (PLMFT) at The Center for Mindfulness & CBT. She provides services for children of all ages with anxiety, trauma, and stress related disorders.

now offering video therapy sessions

It's more important than ever to take care of your mental health, so all of our therapists are doing Telehealth and many have immediate openings for new clients.