We frequently hear from parents hoping to help their children and loved ones suffering from anxiety or depression.
They often do not know where to begin or how to help. No program, including our own, can replace professional assistance
from a therapist or counselor. However, our activities can provide actionable items to improve positivity.
Many activities around improving positivity and personal well-being work best when support is close. You can encourage
your children to participate in our activities and help build their positive outlook. Read below to see how our services could provide support.
How You Can Help Your Loved Ones
Use Our Groups Feature Our groups functionality allows you to create a group and invite your child(ren), spouse, or loved ones to share information about your activities and progress.
Encouragement Encourage the ones you are trying to help! You can use groups to show them you are also regularly participating in activities to encourage them through your actions.
Monitor Usage Setting up a groups allows you to check in periodically to see if they are completing the exercises. If they are not, you can gently offer encouragement and check-in to see how they feel and why they chose to forgo their exercises.
Privacy Is Important This one is huge to clearly communicate to your child(ren)! Even though you can see if your loved ones are completing the activities, you cannot see the details of their entries. Meaning they still have the privacy and the freedom to say what they want and need, but you still have insight about exercise completion.
Reminders Help You can help them set up reminders for many of our activities.
We're Here to Help If there is anything we can do to make our service better, please let us know!
Sample Group Activity Report
We offer a free, full access 15 day trial upon sign up. After your free trial you will automatically be given our Free level of service. The first step is to simply sign up, there are no obligations, no strings attached, and you can cancel at any time.
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