Welcome to the Anxiety in the Classroom Training Center!

Whether you are faculty, a parent/guardian, a student, or a dedicated community member, we applaud your commitment to teaching others about anxiety and OCD in schools. We hope you find the below resources useful to you as you prepare your training.

Pre-Made Presentations on Anxiety in the Classroom Topics

Below are links that will open to embedded, pre-made presentations on the topics covered on the Anxiety in the Classroom site. For presentation purposes, we recommend clicking “Full Screen” at the bottom of the screen. We also recommend manually advancing slides when ready using the left arrow button on your screen (>) or on your keyboard, and NOT the "Play" button (filled in triangle), as the "Play" button will auto-advance the slides instead of allowing you to change them when you're ready.

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In a Time Crunch?

School personnel are constantly occupied, making time not just for their students, but for administration, for professional training, for parents/guardians, for meetings, and any other additional duties that arise outside of the classroom walls. For this reason, we have created a guide to Anxiety in the Classroom topics that will fit into any chunk of time.

Sometimes all school staff have are 15 or 30 minutes, and can only go over so much information. Below is some information regarding Anxiety in the Classroom that you can cover within those time crunches!

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Training Evaluation

If possible, we appreciate any feedback you can give about Anxiety in the Classroom. Please feel free to have your attendees take the following evaluation after your training so we can make any necessary improvements to our content:

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