How Education Professionals can Support Children and Young People with Anxiety

This session will take place on Thursday 9th of June at 4 pm UK time.

The last 18 months have been challenging for all of us. Before the coronavirus pandemic we know the number of children with anxiety was on the rise, and the uncertainty this year has made the problem far worse. After such a tricky year, many children are finding it particularly difficult to cope with their feelings of worry and parents are looking for ways to help them manage their anxiety.

In this session parents will;

  • Look at the warning signs of anxiety
  • Consider a pro-active approach to building resilience
  • Learn practical strategies to support children to manage their own anxiety
  • Be introduced to a new anxiety curriculum.

Chris Calland & Nicky Hutchinson are behaviour consultants who have over 50 years’ combined experience of working with children, schools and families.  Originally teachers, they then spent many years working for Bristol Local Authority as specialist advisors on children’s behaviour and mental health before creating their independent consultancy, ‘Not Just Behaviour’ in 2007.

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