Kids' Biggest Feelings Are Often About Friends

What Your Child Will Learn

Attend LIVE or watch the RECORDING with your child. This course is filled with practical ideas your child can use right away, including:

  • The Feelings Story framework that empowers kids to deal with feelings in many constructive ways.

  • 3 facts about feelings that can guide all coping efforts

  • An easy way to handle small talk when they're feeling shy around people they don't know well.

  • 6 emergency calming strategies to soothe angry feelings

  • Tips for staying cool during conflicts with friends

  • Practical ways to ease guilty feelings

  • The thinking pattern that makes grumpy feelings grow–and how to avoid it

  • And so much more!

We care about your child's privacy!

To protect your child's privacy, only Dr. Eileen and her helper will be visible on screen during the webinar. Questions will be submitted during the event via chat or ahead of time, through an online form, and read by Dr. Eileen or her helper. Any identifying information will be edited out of the recording. When your child logs into the event on Zoom, you can choose just a first name or initials. No identifying information will be collected about your child.


Eileen Kennedy-Moore, PhD

I'm an author, clinical psychologist, and mom of four, based in Princeton, NJ (lic. #35SI00425400). I write about parenting, mental health, and children's feelings and friendships. My recent books include: Moody Moody Cars (for ages 4-8), Growing Feelings (for ages 6-12), and Kid Confidence (for parents). I also host a podcast for children, called Kids Ask Dr. Friendtastic. Learn more: * Main website: * Podcast for kids: * Newsletter for parents:

Give your child the tools to deal with feelings about friends!

You'll receive a zoom invitation to the live workshop plus access to a recording afterward.

Obviously, webinars from Open Door for Parents are NOT psychotherapy. They're for educational purposes only about important topics facing families. The ideas mentioned may or may not be relevant for your particular situation.

I trust you to use your judgment about what makes sense for your child and your family and to consult your physician or a mental health provider, if needed, about very serious or complicated situations.