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Social Media: A Guide for Teens to Get the Best Out of Social Media (and Avoid the Worst)
This webinar explores the benefits and drawbacks of social media use and presents practical strategies of how to support oneself when being on social media causes negative emotions, such as anxiety or disconnection. The webinar is primarily directed at teens and college students, but provides advice to parents and educators as well.
Childhood OCD: An Overview of Childhood Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
This webinar helps parents, educators, professionals, and other adults better understand what OCD is, what it looks like in children, and what treatment for childhood OCD involves.
Finding a Therapist: A Webinar to Help Parents Look For, Find and Choose a Therapist for Their Child
This webinar helps caregivers better understand the mental health system in the United States and how to find a therapist for their child.
Test Anxiety Tips for Parents
This handout provides practical tips for parents to help their child manage test anxiety.
Test Anxiety Tips for Students
This handout provides practical tips for students to manage test anxiety.
Test Anxiety Tips for Teachers
This handout provides practical tips for teachers to help their students manage test anxiety.
Sensory Toolkit and Sensory Kit on the Go
Approaching tasks can be difficult when anxiety is getting in the way. Having a sensory toolkit nearby can help lower levels of anxiety so that you can regroup to approach the task at hand. Use this printable tool as a guide for creating your own Sensory Toolkit organized around the five senses.
Low Anxiety Desk Space
Do you find yourself avoiding your desk because all you associate with it is anxiety and work? Use this printable tool to redesign your desk space to minimize anxiety and maximize mindful productivity.
Day-of Anxiety Tips
The day of your test is here and with it comes a good amount of anxiety. Use these tips to care for yourself when your body enters fight/flight/freeze mode lower anxiety both immediately before and during the exam.
Social Anxiety Tips for Families
This tip sheet identifies common symptoms of social anxiety and guides families to identify when social anxiety might benefit from professional support.