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Lynn Lyons LICSW, Robin Hutson
Flusterclux With Lynn Lyons
For Parents Who Worry
Parenting isn't easy, and it's normal to worry. Lynn Lyons, therapist, author, and speaker is one of the world's experts on helping parents, kids, and teens manage anxiety. She talks with co-host and sister-in-law Robin Hutson in a weekly podcast full of laughs, and practical advice without the psychobabble. Flusterclux represents that feeling of overwhelm. Each episode is filled with practical advice for parents how to better manage their worry and big feelings like anger and sadness so that they are modeling healthy emotional awareness. Lynn answers listener questions and gives parents...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 164 ratings
So glad I found this!
Love the information and ideas shared! Super helpful.
CC vedder via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/05/21
Practical and Powerful
This is an excellent podcast. It is grounded in real life scenarios that are highly relatable. The discussions are thoughtful and the concepts are presented in a way that is easy to understand.
Reinejane via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/04/21
Absolutely Fantastic!
Over the past few years, I have read "Anxious Kids Anxious Parents" cover to cover and attended two talks and one all day seminar with Lynn. As an anxious parent who has an anxious daughter, I am thrilled that she and Robin have come out with a Podcast. Every episode has been incredibly...Read full review »
Design Mother via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/01/21
Recent Episodes
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