With a focus on the significant adults in children’s lives, this workshop aims to provide a basic understanding of anxiety and how it particularly relates to children. Participants will learn how to support parents/workers with anxious children to feel confident and competent to manage anxious behaviours in a way that promotes the child’s bravery and wellbeing.
Overview and Learning Intentions
Make sense of anxiety and how it relates to children (and possibly yourself)
Why do some ‘suffer’ from anxiety and others don’t?
Understand why adults are so vital in helping children manage anxiety
What adults can do to help
Build confidence around ‘what to do when’
Strategies that children can use directly
See great gains in children’s confidence through taking charge of anxiety and not being afraid of fear
Opportunities for discussion around specific situations
1. Working with people experiencing mental health and addiction needs
3. Working with whānau
Catherine has worked in both public and private work settings, primarily focused on child and family issues. Currently she has a small private practice and is also the clinical practice manager at START.
Workshop Type: Introductory | Workshop Level: Four | Catering: Refreshments provided
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