Training / Event Details

training

Supporting Young People with Anxiety in Secondary Schools

Outline

Training includes:

?* Knowledge about types of anxiety and how anxiety functions
?* Understanding of anxiety from a cognitive behavioural perspective so that you can
?* Deliver interventions using a cognitive behavioural informed approach and understand
?* A wider range of ways to support young people to manage their anxiety and to foster their resilience so they can work to support themselves in the long term
?* Thinking about supporting young people with anxiety who have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), including working with avoidance and refusal behaviours.

Description

Many young people experience a high level of anxiety which impacts on their wellbeing and performance in school.
Skilled early intervention to support young people with anxiety can change lives and prevent further escalation of mental health needs.

Young people with ASD who experience anxiety are particularly vulnerable and in need of support to understand and manage their anxiety.

Booking Information

We ask that schools purchase the training via our online system, and send an email to nw.educationteam@surreycc.gov.uk to register their interest.

Audience

This training is open to teaching assistants and/or SENCOs who are available in schools to deliver interventions and manage the needs of YP who have high levels of anxiety.

01 Nov 2018 09:30 - 16:00

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Educational Psychology Service
Contact Provider

Date and Time

01 Nov 2018 09:30 - 16:00

Venue

Surrey History Centre

Trainer

Sue Thompson