Be the change you want to see in the world. Gandhi

There is no escalator to health and happiness, you have to take the stairs, but it can be fun. 

Are you a parent struggling to support a child with anxiety?

Are you a parent or teacher looking to support the overall wellbeing of the children in your care?

Do you feel driven to support them to get the best out of themselves?

Does your heart yearn to provide the skills and tools to enable children to navigate this world feeling confident, centered in themselves, responsive to all life has to offer them?

Let’s imagine a world where we all shifted our perspective from good and bad to living a set of experiences.  All our life experiences are either lessons or blessings.  All our behaviours a gift guiding us to our internal needs.  Challenges accepted as opportunities to grow our internal understanding of how amazingly unique, creative, and full of wisdom each of us are.  Our children viewed as units of creativity rather that units of productivity.

The following solutions aim to support you to shift your perspective in a way that will enable you to understand and interpret children’s behaviour so that you feel empowered to respond to their needs.

Sinead Flanagan

I am a person who passionately believes that all humans have the ability to meet their own needs if they are supported and empowered to do so.  I am driven to guild people to a better understanding of the needs behind behaviour and how best to use their own strengths and abilities to live full happy and peaceful lives.  To use the words of Sadhguru “Every situation is an opportunity.  Either you harvest wellbeing or suffering – it is your choice”.

I run Relax Kids programmes in schools, Anxiety Workshops and Family sessions, Self Conscious Communication Programme, Happy House Coaching / Support Calls.

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A must do for everyone

Rated 5 out of 5
21st April 2023

Sinead delivered an excellent workshop, which was extremely informative, where she gave many relatable examples of all the points she was making. She is really approachable and has a wide knowledge of anxiety, which she is more than willing to spread. She was also really quick to answer questions with succinct and useful information, backed by methods and examples. After attending this workshop, I am much more alert to and aware of many ways of pre-empting and also helping with any issues my child might have, as well as being better informed in relation to my own mental health. This is a workshop that everyone should do. And I can’t wait to read her book too.

Thanks Sinead.

Helen Thornton

Amazing learning experience

Rated 5 out of 5
1st April 2023

Best of the best..sinead was amazing with my kids and we learned loads..the best


Anxiety Workshop for Students

Rated 5 out of 5
15th March 2023

The sessions were informative and equipped students with strategies to cope with obstacles in their lives. The students loved it.Thanks Sinead

Mary Hosey

Simple, Empowering, Usable

Rated 5 out of 5
27th February 2023

This online course is so simple to watch and understand with you kids and there is not not big time commitment. The tools we learned are so easy to use and as you have to practice them as u go through course you know uve got it right. We got some knowing smiles with some of the relatable examples of how anxiety can feel and my young boys can think of situations where they can use these tools. Highly recommend.

Michelle Walsh


Rated 5 out of 5
20th May 2022

I really enjoyed listening to Sinead talk. She explains things so simply and clearly in a way that makes so much sense. She really listened when parents, including myself, asked her questions, and answered in a generously helpful way that strengthened your belief in yourself as a Mum or Dad. I’d highly recommend if possible, getting to listen to her talks.

Siobhan Monahan