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Kids and Teens Struggling with Anxiety - Online Module

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Developed by OPDES, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, , Canada

Online Module: Kids and Teens Struggling with Anxiety: Practical Ways to Help Your Patient

Presented by

Anita Peter, MSW, RSW, Family, Child and Youth Mental Health Program and Children’s Outpatient Centre, KHSC, HDH site

Jenny Hudgin, MSW, RSW, Children’s Outpatient Centre, KHSC, HDH site

 

This online module is free for healthcare professionals.  The program is available for immediate access.

This module is certified as a 1 credit CFPC Self-Learning activity and is accredited for 1 hour of Royal College Section 3 - Self-Assessment.

At registration, you will be asked a few pre-session questions. When you complete them, you will be primed to learn; when you complete your registration, you will be directed to the learning module in "community resources"

If you encounter any difficulties please email cpd.che@queensu.ca.

 

At the end of this module, participants will be able to:  

  1. Demonstrate practical office based strategies and skills to use in a time limited, primary health care setting, when a child or teen is struggling with anxiety
  2. Apply a list of tools and resources to help children, teens and their caregivers manage anxiety.