When Childhood Anxiety Leads to Challenging Behaviors: Classroom Strategies to Support Anxious Children
April 27, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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Practitioners are often overwhelmed with behaviors created by anxiety, which can look like social isolation, school refusal or aggression. Most educators don’t receive training on this chronic condition. Participants will learn to identify the symptoms and behaviors of the different types of anxiety, and anxiety in relation to Adverse Childhood Experiences. Participants will learn strategies to assist a child with anxiety in the classroom, and learn strategies that parents can implement to help the child succeed at home and in the classroom. They will also participate in self-reflective activities for determining levels of anxiety, along with strategies to avoid that are commonly used in child care or classroom settings.
This workshop is free thanks to the generous sponsorship by the Lift a Life Foundation.
Notice: This is an online class. Please make sure you include a valid email address when registering and that you have internet and email access at the time of the training. This training will be conducted via Zoom, and you will be required to participate via video and audio through a computer, phone, or tablet.
Level 3 CDA 2 CC 1 Audience-All
1.5 Credit Hours