Treating Anxious Children in Anxious Times:  An Approach to Promoting Adaptive Anxiety in Children and Teenagers

Treating Anxious Children in Anxious Times: An Approach to Promoting Adaptive Anxiety in Children and Teenagers

 

 

Event Details

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THIS TRAINING IS OFFERED AS A WEBINAR  

 

Date:June 19, 2020 

  

Facilitator: Alex Russell, PhD., C.Psych.


This training is suitable for:

Educators:  Teachers, ECE, School Administration/Support Staff

Mental Health Professionals: Psychotherapists, Counsellors, Psychologists, Social Workers 

Medical Professionals :  Nurses, Psychiatrists, Pediatricians, Family doctors 


Please Note: The material covered in this workshop may overlap with some material from Dr. Russell's workshop Promoting Adaptive Anxiety.


Description: This workshop provides an approach to treating children with anxiety issues within the current cultural context.  Anxiety is approached as an essential and healthy human emotion and a focus in placed on factors that contribute to both maladaptive and adaptive forms of anxiety.  Participants gain an overall clinical orientation as well as techniques and ideas for working with anxious children and teenagers. Learning Objectives: How to conceptualize current forms of anxiety problems in children from a health perspective, in which anxiety is seen as an essential and healthy human emotion. How to identify key features of current anxiety problems in children, and the actors that contribute to them A method to helping children and teenagers develop more adaptive forms of anxiety.


Registration Fees: Please see the Fees Tab on the top left of this page for full registration fees, group rates along with the cancellation and refund policies.

  • When

  • Friday, June 19, 2020
    9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Eastern Time

  • Where

  • WEBINAR ONLY
    Toronto

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