Help your child manage anxiety and become more emotionally resilient - this full toolkit of tips and ideas really works!
The Fear-Less Triple P Program is part of the Triple P Positive Parenting Program®. Fear-Less isn’t about eliminating fear altogether – sometimes, fear protects us. Instead, it’s about giving your family a toolbox of strategies, skills, and knowledge to manage anxious feelings and stop unnecessary worrying. Fear-Less Triple P is based on extensive research with families of anxious children by clinical psychologists. It can work for you too — and now it’s online!
Learn more about anxiety and how it works. Get a better understanding of your child’s anxiety, and set some goals for change.
Find out how to encourage children to express, tolerate and manage upsetting emotions more effectively.
Learn more about flexible and realistic thinking and how it can reduce anxiety. Recognize and change unhelpful ways of thinking, and encourage your children to do this, too.
Discover how anxiety and avoidance create a cycle – and how to break it, in a gradual and effective way.
Some very common responses parents have to children’s anxiety come with hidden disadvantages. Discover the advantages and disadvantages of various responses, and learn some effective new strategies, too.
Use a step-by-step framework to help children manage their anxiety and become more capable and confident. Review your progress and set goals for the future, and get guidance on how to achieve them.
Help to stay calm and positive, even during uncertain times. Feel more confident answering questions and coping with changes. Positive tips and strategies to support you and your family through COVID and beyond.
Families in Alberta get FREE access for 12 months
The Alberta Government invests in supporting parents and caregivers throughout Alberta, offering free Triple P programs
and services to promote healthy environments and positive experiences during childhood and adolescence. Many
organizations throughout the world, including charities, health centres, schools and governments, provide free access
to Triple P. They do this because it’s one of the world’s most researched parenting programs. Evidence also shows that
investing in the future health and happiness of our children and teenagers benefits the whole community. So doing
Fear-Less Triple P Online in Alberta is totally free. And yes, that means the whole course, and no, there’s no catch.
Fear-Less Triple P Online is based on the face-to-face version of Fear-Less Triple P, which has been shown to reduce anxiety in children and their siblings when their parents completed the program. It’s based on well-established principles of psychology including cognitive behavioural therapy.
Each module only takes about 30 minutes to an hour. You don’t need to do it all in one block, either. Some parents prefer to just do ten or fifteen minutes a day. There are 6 modules in Fear-Less Triple P Online. There’s also an extra Parenting During Uncertain Times module, to help with issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. So if you start today and do one or two modules each week, you’ll be finished in about a month! Of course, it’s totally up to you. If you want to take it more slowly, take a break, or go back and revisit a previous module, that’s all fine too.
It is great if both parents can do the course, but it’s not essential. When both parents, or a parent and another carer, both do the course it helps them work as a team to make changes. This includes grandparents, foster parents, and other family members, and even ex-partners, if they also care for your children. If you want both parents to have their own workbook and certificate, you need to request two access codes.
Fear-Less Triple P, like other Triple P programs, isn’t about telling you what to do in every situation. It’s about helping you feel confident that you can work out what to do. So if your question’s about parenting an anxious child, we suggest you go ahead and do the program! If it’s about something else to do with Triple P, you may want to try contacting us using this website’s contact details, via our social media channels, or through your local Triple P support service.