|May 5, 2021||6:00-8:00 pm||April 28, 2021|
Facilitator: Brandie Andrews, Clinical Social Worker/Behaviour Consultant, MSW, RCSW
In this workshop, participants will be provided with an overview of anxiety. Participants will learn about the causes, functions, and symptoms of the disorder. Through case studies, participant scenarios, attendees will be provided with concrete strategies that they can start to integrate into their own lives and/or professional practice to promote the adaptive management of anxiety, across home and school settings.
If you are a parent, support worker, teacher, or individual working with those impacted by problem anxiety or experiencing anxiety yourself, then this workshop is for you! The workshop will highlight the understanding of the physiological and neurological underpinnings of anxiety as well as proactive, skill building interventions to assist in the transformation of problem anxiety to more adaptive, helpful anxiety. *Participants may be eligible for ACSW credits*
How to Register
Registration for this event is open. To inquire about booking this event in the future or other events, please visit our event booking page or contact us by phone at 403-524-2522 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.