Anxiety in Children and Young People during COVID-19
- 2 weeks
- Weekly study
- 2 hours
- Extra benefits available
- From £32
The impact of coronavirus can be seen on every facet of our society. One of the key challenges of these unprecedented times is the heightened risks caused by anxiety, especially in younger people.
On this course, you’ll learn what anxiety is and how to support young people suffering from anxiety in the time of coronavirus.
With mental health professionals at the University of East Anglia and partnering mental health organisations, you’ll discover triggers and signs of anxiety to look out for.
You’ll also discover practical solutions for helping the young people in your life, and where to find additional help.
- Impact of COVID 19 on mental health/anxiety in young people
- What is anxiety and its causes
- Importance of support
- Guidance for parents
- Spotting symptoms
- Advice/treatment and support
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to:
- identify what anxiety is and how does it affects us
- explain the possible impact of COVID-19 on mental health generally for us all during lockdown
- investigate how a parent or professional working with adolescents might spot anxiety
- classify the causes and triggers of anxiety
- solve how to protect vulnerable youths suffering from anxiety
- explore further resources from mental health organisations for future support
This course is designed for teachers, supporters, guardians, and parents of children affected by the current COVID-19 situation.