Stressed Out: Helping Students Build Skills for School and Life

This workshop is geared for educators who work with teens as they are navigating the stressful circumstances they are presently living in.

This workshop is geared for educators who work with teens as they are navigating the stressful circumstances they are presently living in. In recent years, teens have been faced with a new type of stress with the loss of social interaction and the supportive relationships of school. This workshop will engage educators who work with teenagers in activities to promote understanding of how the brain and body creates and handles challenging emotions and can result in stress and anxiety.  We will  focus on strategies to counter those negative impacts, and provide participants with activities and resources they can use immediately with students.

Intended Audience

Grades 6-12 Instructors
Counselors
Administrators
Instructional Coaches

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