WIN a double pass to Calming Today’s Anxious Kids with Maggie Dent

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Enter now: Competition closes 23rd May 2019

With the fast pace of modern life and the hidden pressures on our children, they need our guidance more than ever to better manage fear, worry and anxiety.

But how can we develop the tools we need as parents to guide our children? 

One of Australia’s most popular parenting authors and a passionate advocate for mindfulness, Maggie Dent has been writing about calming children since 2003 (and that was before our kids even had iPads!) and is the brains behind the Calming Today’s Anxious Kids event.

In this very special conference, Maggie is joined by two of her favourite experts, Dr Kaylene Henderson and Allison Davies to share their insights into anxiety in childhood and what we can do about it.

Together, they explore why anxiety and associated behaviours occur, and reveal tangible, simple strategies to improve our children’s ability to regulate themselves.

What you need to know about Calming Today’s Anxious Kids

It’s a one-day conference that will be running in Sydney, Perth and Brisbane for anyone who lives or works with children birth-12, featuring Maggie Dent, Dr Kaylene Henderson and Allison Davies. You can book tickets now.


  • Date: Saturday 8 June
  • Time: 8:45am-3.30pm (Doors open 8am)
  • Venue: Wesley Conference Centre, 220 Pitt St, Sydney, NSW


  • Date: Saturday 10 August
  • Time: 8:45am-3.30pm (Doors open 8am)
  • Venue: Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges


  • Date: Saturday 24 August
  • Time: 8:45am-3.30pm (Doors open 8am)
  • Venue: Mercure North Quay, Brisbane

We will be giving away a double pass to each event in each city, but it’s Sydneysiders turn right now! If you want to enter to win tickets for Perth and Brisbane, stay tuned! 

Enter the competition now for your chance to win a double pass to the SYDNEY EVENT worth $440.
Maggie Dent’s “Calming Today’s Anxious Kids” ticket giveaway

What will parents learn at the Calming Today’s Anxious Kids conference?

Topics on the day will all sorts of useful stuff, including:

  • What unhealthy anxiety looks like
  • When to get help
  • Teaching your child strategies for managing anxiety
  • Self-regulation
  • Understanding our stress-response system
  • How to develop a calm brain
  • What sensory processing disorder is like
  • Anxiety for those with ASD
  • How music can help
  • How you can make your home or workplace calmer


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