I know you care
You work with young people because you wanted to make a difference but right now it feels like you’re being stretched outside of your comfort zone
You know the basics about anxiety and anxiety disorders but it doesn’t feel like this is enough
Almost every young person you are supporting is feeling anxious right now
You’re seeing anxiety presenting itself through panic attacks, school avoidance and emotional overwhelm
The tools you do have, work occasionally but you get the sense that there are more effective strategies that you could be using especially in the classroom where you are trying to balance different needs
You feel like more of your students need additional support but many don’t meet the threshold
I get it
I have been there, researching for hundreds of hours trying to develop a toolkit that really works.
All of the strategies in this workshop are evidence based using the latest science and neuroscience and have worked for thousands of people.
What You’ll Learn
The difference between stress and anxiety
How to reduce stress
Neuroscience of anxiety and why it matters including why we don’t have a reptile brain
Signs and symptoms of anxiety
Anxiety in the classroom including panic attacks and what to do
Anxiety and trauma, understanding links and how to help
How to develop your setting to be trauma sensitive and trauma informed
Listening skills strategies that really work
Supporting our parents and carers
Creative, evidence based trauma informed strategies Your self-care
This course includes a resource pack filled with additional resources, recommendations and ideas to help your work
You will also receive an additional strategy video to help with implementation.
You also gain exclusive access to the course developer, accredited counsellor Ange McMillan to help you implement any strategies. There is ongoing post-session support.
This course meets the Department of Education standards for CPD training and also meets the Welsh Government new curriculum guidance.