Techniques for Supporting Students with Anxiety, with Kathryn Berkett
Thursday 7 April, 7.30am - 9.00am
Levels of anxiety are rising at an alarming rate. What can we do to help our students learn in this new climate? This session will work through the neuroscience of anxiety, and why it is increasing. Understanding where anxiety comes from can help us create an environment in our classrooms and schools that can support better learning and engagement. There will also be a bit of self-care thrown into this session, because we all need to understand a bit about ourselves along the way!
Kathryn is a respected and experienced presenter who delivers effectively both in person and online. She holds a Masters in Educational Psychology and is a certified Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics practitioner - a qualification gained via the Child Trauma Academy. Kathryn has been training audiences since 2007. She has a unique ability to convey complex information in an easy-to-listen to, easy-to-understand way, and with immediate applicability to real world situations.