Social Anxiety: Breaking It Down to Build Up Social Competencies

Unpacking social anxiety by breaking down social information to build up competencies and anxiety management strategies, step by step.

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Social Thinking

Anxiety and stress are normal life experiences that we should all learn to manage as part of our life skills. One specific type of anxiety is social anxiety. If you have self-awareness then you’ve experienced social anxiety. When children learn to manage their social anxiety, it can help them collaborate with others and build relationships, core essentials for college and career readiness. In this webinar, learn how to break down social anxiety and get strategies to build up social competencies.

Social Anxiety: Breaking It Down to Build Up Social Competencies

Social anxiety can present in different ways with different students. All parents and teachers want to do is help but sometimes what we think is helpful can make a child's anxiety worse. This free 90-minute webinar discusses different types of anxiety, the difference between stress and anxiety, what helps and what DOESN’T help when supporting someone who is socially anxious, and tools to manage in the social world.