I think you might be interested in this on-line training from NLP4kids. Anxiety is so often co-morbid with the work Empowering Learning does with neurodivergent students on learning differences, I highly recommend this session.
Do you know a child who struggles with separation anxiety? Maybe that child is yours or maybe it is a child you work with. Either way, I’m sure you can appreciate how difficult and disruptive it can be to manage this problem, no matter what the age of the child is.
Sometimes, this anxiety can pass over time or as a child gets used to the circumstances. But this is not always the case and helping parents to navigate their way through the guilt they may feel is paramount to resolving the situation sooner than later. Teachers and professionals can also be part of the solution as they are often involved in reassuring parents and young people.
Separation anxiety can occur for many different reasons:
- School transition
- Returning to a childminder
- Visiting a parent who has left the family home
- The back-to-school routine after the summer holiday
- Going to parties, play dates and sleepovers with friends.
During this live webinar, I’ll be sharing with you strategies that have worked for parents and professionals by referring to real life case studies and successes. There will be advice for parents and professionals to employ in a variety of settings – plus, you’ll have the opportunity to have your individual questions answered if I have not addressed your specific situation.
The webinar will be broadcast live and will also be recorded and distributed to those who sign up, but cannot make it on that day/time. You can also purchase the recording after the webinar has taken place.
I ordinarily charge £250 per 90 minute session so this is a fantastic opportunity to ‘pick my brains'(!) and receive some top-notch advice for a tenner!
What you’ll receive:
- Access to the live webinar
- A copy of the webinar recording (sent the following day)
- A copy of the powerpoint slides used on the webinar (sent the following day)
- A certificate of attendance (sent the following day)
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