Stress & Anxiety Programs

For Children & Teens

Kids & Teens have Stress Too! 

Families are under more stress than ever before and that includes kids. 

Throughout the school year, Rollie Allaire, Holistic Life & Wellness Coach offers 3 programs:

 

  • Little Star Program ages 4-8
  • Mindful Hearts Program ages 9-13
  • Worry Warriors Program ages 14-18

Tuesdays Ages 4-8

Thursdays 14+

Wednesdays 9-13

Must Sign Up 48 Hours Before Next Session. Sessions are either 4 or 6 weeks depending on the age group.

3 Programs to Choose From

Kids Stress and Anxiety Programs offered by Rollie Allaire, Holistic Life & Wellness Coach

Little Star Program Ages 4-8

Little Star is a Kids Stress Program that uses creative and imaginative body-based techniques as a way to approach relaxation and mindfulness. Mindfulness is believed to be the key to good mental health, self-esteem, emotional intelligence, and emotional resilience.

Mindful Hearts Program Ages 9-13

Mindful Hearts is a Kids Stress Program that uses creative and imaginative body-based techniques as a way to approach relaxation and mindfulness. Mindfulness is believed to be the key to good mental health, self-esteem, emotional intelligence, and emotional resilience.

Worry Warriors Program Ages 14+

Like adults, youth feel stress for the same reasons as adults—they have a lot to deal with! Day-to-day demands like going to school, making friends, fitting in, and getting along with siblings are stressful and may feel more stress at certain times.

Investment

The price varies from program to program as they vary in time and number of weeks.

Little Star Program
Winter Season

Cost $153+ HST $172.89

January 4-March 29 (excluding March Break)
12 classes

Mindful Hearts Program
Winter Season

Cost $216+ HST $244.08

January 5-March 30 (excluding March Break)
12 classes

Worry Warrior Program
Winter Season

Cost $216+ HST $244.08

January 6-March 31 (excluding March Break)
12 classes

About Rollie

Over the years, Rollie Allaire has worked with children and youth in various mental health settings throughout the district. 

As stress and anxiety is the most prevalent challenge that parents and teachers describe that the children and youth in our community experience, she put together this program that allows children to learn different ways to cope with stress and anxiety. 

The groups are small to allow the program to be tailored to the children who attend the programs.