Overview

As students and teachers prepare for the upcoming school year, school communities will be adjusting to significant anxiety, stress, and trauma experiences. Here to discuss how teachers, parents/caregivers, and students can learn to identify and respond to anxiety symptoms and provide strategies to help combat stress in students is Dr. John Piacentini from the http://carescenter.ucla.edu.

Recorded on: 7/30/2020

Learning objectives

  • Identify the common symptoms of anxiety in students
  • Define specific worries students have returning to school this year
  • Apply different tools to combat stress and anxiety in students

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