About this course
- This introductory course will help you to explore different types of anxiety, how they might affect young people and recognise useful responses to support young people coping with anxiety and stress as they grow up.
- This online workshop is delivered via Zoom and is an interactive and collaborative experience. With two trainer consultants available in each workshop, we can effectively facilitate discussion and provide a safe learning space for you to feel empowered to make a difference for children and young people.
- When you register onto the course, you will be sent confirmation and joining instructions via email.
- Online workshop: Responding to anxiety in children and young people
- Length: 10am -1:30pm with breaks
- Suitable for: Anyone who works in a supportive role with children and young people and has an interest in child mental health
- Price: £135.00 + VAT: £27.00
- 18th Nov '21 Online Workshop - Online - 18 November - Three hours and 30 minutes - 11 spaces remaining
- 12 Jan '22 Online Workshop - Digital - 12 January - 3 hours and 30 minutes - 20 spaces remaining
This course will help you to understand anxiety and how to help young people who experience it.
What you will learn
During this course participants will:
- Develop an understanding of anxiety
- Recognise signs of anxiety disorders in children and young people
- Explore strategies to help young people manage stress and anxiety and recognise what level of anxiety is ‘normal’
- Consider how to support children and young people experiencing everyday stresses such as exam pressures
- Recognise when to bring in specialist help when levels of anxiety need treatment from qualified mental health practitioners.
Why take the course?
- Many young people will have experienced anxiety directly due to COVID-19. The adults in young people’s lives are critical in helping them cope when they’re struggling, so it’s vital to understand how to support those who experience anxiety.
- This course will enable you to explore different types of anxiety, how they might affect children and young people and explore useful responses to support young people coping with anxiety and stress as they grow up.