Understanding and Supporting the Anxious Child

  • 30 Jan 2020
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Chequers Bridge Centre, GL4 6PR
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Understanding and Supporting the Anxious Child

This course on 30th January is now fully booked.  We are, however, running two further courses this term which have been adapted to meet specific age groups:- 

Understanding and Supporting the Anxious Child (OOSC, KS1 and 2) - Friday 27th March.  For further information and to book, please click on this link https://www.pataglos.org.uk/event-3658757

Understanding and Supporting the Anxious Child (Early Years) - Wednesday 11th March. For further information and to book, please click on this link https://www.pataglos.org.uk/event-3661556

Many settings have children attending who show signs of anxiety.  Join Collette Etheridge who is a counsellor and parenting practitioner to consider this issue and how to best support the child. 

Course Aim: To provide practitioners in early years settings with an understanding of how anxiety can impact on a child.

Course Information: During this workshop, we will:

·         Explore anxiety and how the brain reacts to it;

·         Have an opportunity to discuss how anxiety manifests in their setting;

·         Consider how anxiety impacts on the behaviour of a child;

·         Start to think about how to support a child with anxiety.  

Delivered by: Colette Etheridge, a counsellor and parenting practitioner, owner of Small Steps Counselling Service and Child Behaviour Solutions.

Suitable ForAny Early Years Practitioners from support staff to Managers    

Date: Thursday 30th January 2020

Time:  6:30pm - 9:00pm

Venue: Chequers Bridge Centre, Painswick Road, Gloucester. GL4 6PR

Cost: £28 for members / £38 for non members

Address: Chequers Bridge Centre, Painswick Road, Gloucester, GL4 6PR 

Phone: 01452 541244    Email: info@pataglos.org.uk    ©2017 PATA (UK)

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