Anxiety: What’s Normal, What’s Not and What to Do About It
Thursday, November 14, 2013 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
This workshop is designed to help parents, educators and interested community members increase their understanding of anxiety, how it can affect our students, when intervention is needed and how families can help.
Specific anxiety disorders will be discussed as well as anxiety that may not meet the diagnostic criteria but is commonly seen in young people and individuals with learning issues, ADHD or spectrum issues.
Featured Speaker: Alison P. Block, PhD
Dr. Block is a licensed psychologist and the Director of the Health Psychology Center in Little Silver. In her Little Silver practice, Dr. Block works with many children and adolescents with anxiety disorders, depression, academic and sports performance issues and other challenges. She is also the psychologist for the Department of Medicine at Monmouth Medical Center and a clinical instructor in Medicine at Drexel University.
When & Where
Rumson-Fair Haven Friends of Different Learners
RFH Friends of Different Learners was formed in 2007 to help students with special needs and their parents navigate their opportunities both at RFH and beyond. We do this by:
- Inviting experienced professionals to speak on transition issues and topics of interest to the special needs community
- Offering training for parents and students on the mechanics of the transition process
- Using our email list to share information about other organizations, meetings, conferences etc. related to high school students with special needs