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Managing young people's anxiety in schools


03/06/2019 09:30






About this event

This training workshop will explore what anxiety is and how it presents in children and young people in schools. It will explore effective strategies for teachers and teaching assistants, including one to one, small group and whole class therapeutic approaches.

Key learning:

  • Understanding anxiety and diagnosable anxiety disorders
  • Identifying learners that are particularly vulnerable
  • Developing a whole school approach to managing anxiety.

Facilitator bio

Colin Foley is the training director of the ADHD Foundation, the largest patient-led service of its kind in the UK. Colin leads the training department and delivers courses on ADHD, Mental health and other neurodevelopmental conditions across the UK and directly to schools.

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