Be You In Focus: Anxiety Strategies during COVID19 times

When?

Wednesday, 27 May, 2020

What Time?

03:30 PM AEST - 04:30 PM AEST

Where?

ONLINE


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About the Webinar

Learning communities may feel overwhelmed and saddened by the physical separation from teachers, students and friends during this time of distancing and remote learning. Changes to your usual routine as well as coping with the pandemic may see a rise in anxiety and depression. Jennie and Sally will share well being considerations for learning communities during remote learning and provide anxiety strategies to support the children and young people in our care.

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Presenters

Jennie Hudson

Jennie Hudson, BA(Hons) MClinPsych PhD FASSA FAPS, is a Professor within the Department of Psychology and the Director of the Centre for Emotional Health, Macquarie University. Jennie completed her clinical Masters and PhD at Macquarie University and a postdoctoral fellowship at Temple University, Philadelphia. Jennie’s work at the Centre for Emotional Health impacts the lives of Australian families through the development of new ways of understanding and treating anxiety disorders.

Dr Sally Fitzpatrick

Sally (PHD and Masters in Clinical Psychology, FAPS), is a developmental and clinical psychologist who is passionate about understanding the factors that contribute to the mental health and wellbeing of all Australians. She is particularly passionate about translating this knowledge into evidence-based programs that focus on children and families.

Dr Natasha Marston

As a psychologist, Natasha has worked in the education system to support students, families, teachers and the school community to access learning and achieve their best possible mental health. She has also completed a PhD, which explored the needs of families who experience parental mental health concerns. Informed by this research, Natasha strongly values finding ways to empower people to select and implement their own mental health strategies that are congruent with their own context, beliefs and experience.