Managing Anxiety & ADHD in the Classroom

Tune into signs and symptoms of anxiety and ADHD using these six easy skills

Have a student who is struggling in the classroom? Whether you are an educator, a parent, or a professional, this 45-minute workshop will discuss the signs and symptoms to look for, and six easy-to-implement strategies to help your student return to the classroom relaxed and focused!

In this free workshop, you can work at your own pace to discover:

  • What a student who is anxious and/or inattentive looks like

  • The symptoms students may report

  • 6 easy-to-implement coping strategies, workbook included!

  • The transformation after implementing these strategies: calmness, confidence, and insight

  • How anxiety and ADHD overlap

  • How mindfulness and other therapeutic skills can benefit your classroom

What You'll Learn

One workbook and eight videos! This course consists of seven lessons:

How to Spot Anxiety and ADHD in the Classroom

An overview of signs and symptoms, what they look like, and their consequences

 
Strategy #1

Review the meditative, mindful benefits of this strategy, and learn how to implement it in your office, classroom, or at home

 
Strategy #2

Review the self-soothing, sensory benefits of this strategy, and learn how to implement it in your office, classroom, or at home

 
Strategy #3

Review the physical benefits of this strategy, and learn how to implement it in your office, classroom, or at home

 
Strategy #4

Review the emotional regulation benefits of this strategy, and learn how to implement it in your office, classroom, or at home

 
Strategy #5

Review the emotional benefits of this strategy, and learn how to implement it in your office, classroom, or at home

 
Strategy #6

Review the cognitive benefits of this strategy, and learn how to implement it in your office, classroom, or at home

 
 
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About The Clinician

Keiko has 12 years of clinical experience working with ages 4 and up. She focuses on empowering clients by challenging patterns and assisting in their creation of self-developed coping strategies. Her preferred approaches incorporate Eriksonian hypnotherapy, mindfulness, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Cognitive Therapy. Keiko is the Founder/CEO of Blossom, and you can often find her hosting workshops, groups, and free events, and at all of our community events!

 
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