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Renowned Child Anxiety Program Receives Award

Self-Help Program That Helps Parents of Anxious Children Receives Prestigious Parent-Tested Parent-Approved Award


Houston, Texas – March 21, 2012 – The Anxiety Free Child Program, a self-help program developed to assist parents whose children struggle with excessive anxiety and fears, was recently given the “Parent Tested-Parent Approved” Award by the PTPA, an online endorsement body. This was announced by program’s author Rich Presta, on their website

The program is a comprehensive set of books and audio material developed by Presta together with a Doctor of Clinical Psychology. Presta, a noted self-help author who specializes in helping individuals overcome anxiety, has had his work on major networks such as Discovery, MSNBC and CNN and respected publications such as Psychology Today and Natural Health magazines.

“We’re always thrilled to receive positive feedback on the program, and the recognition of the PTPA award is certainly appreciated.  Child anxiety is an important topic that affects the entire family, not just the child,” explained Rich Presta, “and we’re fortunate to make such a positive difference with the anxiety-free child program.  Anything that helps us reach more parents who need the help and support we offer can ultimately make more children’s lives happier, and that’s always our primary focus.”
The “Parent Tested-Parent Approved” Award is given to outstanding products based on actual testing and is evidence of the high quality the program delivers at an affordable price to help parents of children with anxiety.

“The Anxiety-Free Child Program was a program I particularly wanted to test,” said a PTPA tester parent. “My child is very anxious and stressed. This was a perfect opportunity to connect to him. With this program my son became more confident and secure, his sleep has improved and he has become less hyperactive. The Anxiety Free Child Program shows what to look for in your child at the present and how to improve on what already exists within their state. It is very customizable to me and my child’s needs… It does not blame the parent, and I love that!”

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