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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 Author

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 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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