Tertiary Catalogue

Series: Understanding Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide


Generalised Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Generalised Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Generalised anxiety disorder is characterised by excessive worry over a sustained period and may affect a student in many physical, psychological and behavioural ways. Made specifically for teachers, this programme is a useful tool for...Show More
Panic Disorders: A Teacher's Guide

Panic Disorders: A Teacher's Guide

Panic disorder can evoke frightening physical and emotional reactions that can be confused with those of a heart attack and, as such, medical assistance should always be called in when a student begins to exhibit its symptoms. Once a panic...Show More
Selective Mutism: A Teacher's Guide

Selective Mutism: A Teacher's Guide

Important to distinguish from disengagement or deliberate non-participation in discussion, selective mutism is characterised by an inability to speak or communicate within certain social situations, often in an educational setting. Made...Show More
Separation Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Separation Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Separation anxiety can cause an overwhelming response in children when they are separated from a loved one, or even simply at the thought of separation. Essential viewing for educators, who may often witness symptoms of this anxiety at the school...Show More
Social Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Social Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Social anxiety affects young and old alike and can be characterised by avoidance of, and distress in, varying social situations. Made specifically for teachers, this programme is a useful tool for identifying social anxiety within the schoolyard...Show More
Specific Phobias: A Teacher's Guide

Specific Phobias: A Teacher's Guide

Phobias can come in many forms, but the emotions and physical reactions that they elicit in young sufferers tend to look alike. Made specifically for teachers, this programme is a useful tool for identifying children with a phobia, understanding...Show More