The Educator’s Role In Coping With Student Anxiety

In this no-cost webinar, Dr. Lynette Thompson will provide practical and creative ways that educators at any level can implement to reduce student anxiety.

Student anxiety and depression are at all-time highs, join us to discuss how educators can implement simple changes to curb anxiety.

The session will look to explain the trends and model coping skills for students. We will also examine everyday ways modern education is contributing to the problem.

Participants will leave the session with practical, creative ways to implement early intervention strategies.

Dr. Thompson’s background

As the Chief Administration Officer for BRIDGES Dr. Thompson leads a staff who works with children suffering from Mental Illness/Behavioral concerns as a part of a partial hospitalization program.

Executive Director of Educational Services in Yukon, Oklahoma (Retired).
28+ years as an educator: Special Education Teacher, Building Administrator, Director of Special Services

Join us on the upcoming Insights To behavior Free Webinar Series on K-12 Behavior Management Best-Practices.

Space is limited to 100 attendees and is filling up fast.

Date and time: Aug 22, 2018 1:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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