Understanding Anxiety in Schools

Sharing Strategies from Students, Families, and School Staff​

Thursday, November 18, 2021, 4:30 pm E.S.T.

‍Thank you for joining our webinar!

In this 90-minute webinar, students, families, and educators will share strategies on managing anxiety in school.

Please find the resources mentioned on this webinar along with other free resources for educators and school communities at the bottom of this page. The recording of this webinar will also be available on this page to those who couldn’t attend the live session.

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Managing Anxiety in Childhood and Adolescence

A documentary and resource guide for parents and caregivers who have children and/or adolescents coping with anxiety

Training and Access Project - TAP Online

A series of free trainings for educators and school communities on social-emotional learning and behavioral health in schools


This handout includes helpful resources from this webinar

Event Live Chat

This PDF contains the chatlog from the event live chat

About Us

Boston Children's Hospital Neighborhood Partnerships (BCHNP) is the school-based behavioral health program in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. The Training and Access Project (TAP), an initiative within BCHNP, provides professional development and consultation services to help build schools’ capacity to support students’ social, emotional, and behavioral health needs. Adapted from TAP’s in-person trainings, TAP Online is a series of free online trainings and webinars that feature educators and school professionals sharing their own experiences and strategies in the classroom.

Contact us at BCHNP@childrens.harvard.edu if you have any questions about our program and initiatives.