Belmont Savings Bank Anxiety Webinar Series

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Recorded Version of May 16th Webinar (receive 5/19) All: Understanding & Assessing Anxiety in Autism

Receive the recorded version of May 16th webinar. You will receive recording by Friday, May 19th. Thanks! Speaker: Matthew Goodwin, Northeastern University This webinar will review anxiety in autism, including current definitions, prevalence estimates, bio-psycho-social features, and traditional and emerging assessment methods.

1 $25.00 each

Recorded Version of May 23, 6:30-8pm (received 5/25) Adults: Anxiety in ASD: Evaluation & Medication

Receive the recorded version of May 23rd webinar. You will receive recording by Thursday, May 25th. Thanks!

1 $25.00 each

All: Practical Strategies for Managing Caregiver Stress & Anxiety, August 8, 10:00-11:30am

Parents and caregivers often put other's well-being ahead of their own. A natural byproduct is anxiety about our child's unknown future and accumulated stress when others misinterpret the intentions of our children or exclude them. Join Brenda Dater to help you identify the sources of your anxiety and stress and learn how you can help build your own resilience so you can help your child and family build theirs.

1 $25.00 each

All: Transitioning to College with Autism - Strategies for Managing Anxiety, June 15, 10:00-11:30am

Approximately 1 of 3 young adults with Asperger/autism profiles attend college in the years right after high school. However, students with autism and Asperger profiles face a unique set of challenges in making this transition successfully and recent statistics indicate a nearly 80 percent completion rate within eight years of starting college. In this webinar, viewers will learn critical strategies for managing anxiety throughout the college process.

1 $25.00 each

Adults: Anxiety in ASD: Symptom Evaluation & Medication Treatment, May 23, 6:30-8:00pm

Speaker Todd Levine (Brown University) Many people affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) struggle with anxiety. This anxiety can come in many forms including obsessional thinking, social fears, and generalized worries. Understanding the overlap of anxiety symptoms and ASD symptoms is extremely important in identifying appropriate treatments. In this webinar, we will explore how anxiety symptoms may appear in those with ASDs and discuss medication treatment options.

1 $25.00 each

Adults: Anxiety in the Workplace, June 8, 7:00-8:30pm

A panel of adults with ASD shares their experiences and approaches to anxiety at work.

1 $25.00 each

Adults: Therapeutic Treatments of Anxiety for Adults with Asperger/Autism Profiles June 20, 7-8:30pm

The types of treatment approaches for anxiety are nearly as vast as the many ways that an adult with an Asperger/Autism profile may experience anxiety. Learn about conventional and complementary therapy available for managing and reducing anxiety so you can make an educated choice about what kinds of services to seek out. Learn which approaches are supported by research and increase your understanding of why and how each of these treatments work.

1 $25.00 each

Parents: Anxiety and Medication, July 12, 1:00-2:30pm

Speaker: Chris McDougle, MD, and Director of the Lurie Center for Autism This presentation will describe the manner in which different Anxiety Disorders present in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. Systematic studies of medications used to treat anxiety/anxiety disorders in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder will be reviewed, including potential side effects of each medication.

1 $25.00 each

Parents: Addressing Anxiety Issues in the School Environment, July 17, 10:00-11:30am

Anxiety can impact a childís ability to cope and thrive in the school environment. Compounding issues such as social misunderstandings; unexpected changes; social confusion; fear of failure; and a lack of control can lead to chronic anxiety in school. Anxiety can decrease a studentís ability to regulate his own emotions and negatively impact his resiliency. This webinar will address common causes of anxiety and discuss 5 simple strategies to support a highly anxious student.

1 $25.00 each

Parents: Anxiety Treatments for Children with ASD: Alternatives to Medication, July 26, 10-11:30am

Children with ASD experience significant levels of stress and anxiety that interfere with their academic, social, and emotional success. This presentation will cover alternative treatments to medication for anxiety, including cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based approaches to psychotherapy for anxiety; therapeutic yoga for reduction of anxiety symptoms and the effects of acupuncture to reduce physiological symptoms of anxiety.

1 $25.00 each

Parents: The Anxious Child at Home, July 31, 6:30-8:00pm

Does your child have a hard time coping with anxiety in an appropriate and effective way? Do they respond to anxiety with anger? Withdrawal? Sadness? Frustration? Everyone gets anxious. This workshop will help parents understand the ways most of us cope with anxiety. It will also explain the ways in which your children cope with anxiety that are not effective. Finally, it will help parents gain insight into how to teach your children more effective ways of coping with anxiety.

1 $25.00 each
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