When your child experiences less anxiety, so do you.
Simply by watching animations, children learn techniques to understand and conquer their anxiety.
How does it work?
The skills children learn in the animated programs are reinforced with interactive online games, quizzes, and discussion questions.
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Look at what people are saying!
“Wow, GoZen! This is a bite-size, kid-friendly, clinically accurate worry-fighting program where skills are clearly explained and amply reinforced. If you buy one product this year to help your anxious child, make it GoZen! Really. It’s that good.”
Dawn Huebner, PhD.
“If you or your child gets entangled in anxiety and need help, check out GoZen! Kids engage with animations and games to learn tried and true anxiety relief skills – I personally think this works wonders for parents. What an amazing, innovative, creative resource!!!”
Dr. Shefali, Ph.D.
New York Times best-selling author
Oprah’s go-to parenting expert
“GoZen! is nothing short of great. In simple language, the animated characters explain what anxiety is, how the brain works in response to anxiety, and ways to change your thinking so that you are in charge of your thoughts and feelings. From kids with normal worries and fears to those who suffer from anxiety, this program works.”
James J. Crist, Ph.D.
Clinical Director of the CFCC
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