Actionable strategies and effective techniques - delivered with warmth and humour
Lorraine Lee has a background in Child Psychology, Child Development and Positive Parenting and is a well-established authority in these areas. In this CPD webinar, staff from secondary school settings will discover actionable strategies and effective techniques to support children to manage their worry and anxiety. The session is packed with guidance - engaging, inspiring, warm and humorous. And the powerful takeaways are delivered in a way that makes the content easy to understand and apply.
“Lorraine Lee’s session was helpful and well-delivered. It’s always good to have practical advice with a strong evidence base that feels directly relevant to what we do - day in, day out.”
Delegate, The Arnewood School
After 2 hours, you'll leave Lorraine Lee's webinar with:
- An understanding of how anxiety works in the brain
- An understanding of how anxiety affects a young person’s physical body
- How to spot hidden anxiety in young people and empathise with typical adolescent anxiety triggers
- Understanding the role of the peer group in adolescent anxious thoughts and moments
- How to use appropriate, supportive language for a young person
- Appropriate tools and techniques for supporting young people to cope with some anxieties and overcome others
‘Helping secondary school pupils to manage worry and anxiety’ is worth 5 CPD points to Thrive Licensed Practitioners and is happening on Zoom on 18th April 2023 between 3.30pm and 5.30pm.
“I just wanted to drop you an email to say how excellent the session by Lorraine Lee was last night. It was such useful information. Well balanced and very professional with the right background information to inform.”
Governor, Hounsdown School
About Lorraine Lee
Lorraine Lee has a background in Child Psychology, Child Development and Positive Parenting. She has worked with parents, teachers, trainee teachers, children, young people and athletes for over 19 years and is well established as a valuable expert in these areas. She has featured in national publications discussing the impact of technology on young people and been a guest specialist on Southern Television (ITV Meridian Tonight) and BBC Morning Live.
The impact of Lorraine’s work can be measured by the number of testimonials she receives from parents, teachers and professionals describing how both their understanding of their children and their relationship has been restored. Her passion is to help families thrive fully and to equip every adult surrounding a child’s life to understand, empower, and enjoy that child. She has a particular interest in children being enriched by their education and becoming active participants in their own learning and believes children should know how their brains work and how to use them fully.
Her sessions are filled with practical guidance on how to manage key topic areas relevant to the age and stage of the children. Her extremely informative sessions are engaging, inspiring, warm and humorous. And the powerful strategies and tools are delivered in a way that makes the content accessible to everyone.