Anxiety in children is reaching epidemic proportions, as one of the most common diagnoses in children. Anxiety takes many forms, including obsessions, compulsions, phobias, and panic. Various hand-me-down strategies attempt to address this age-old problem. But anxiety begs for an explanation in order to arrive at a solution that addresses the roots, not just manages the symptoms.
Suitability & Applicability
This particular offering of the Making Sense of Anxiety course will be directed more specifically to helping professionals (teachers, counsellors and therapists) but is open, as always, to parents as well.
Time & Place
This online course will take place from 1-2 pm on Mondays, starting with an orientation session on April 1st and wrapping up on May 6th. There is no class on April 22nd.
All classes are recorded, so if you're unable to attend at the scheduled time, it's no problem to catch up!
This course is being hosted by the Neufeld Institute, a nonprofit organization with a world-wide reach, devoted to applying developmental science to the raising of children.
If a course is cancelled due to insufficient enrolment or other unforeseen circumstances, all registrants will have the option of receiving a full refund or credit.