Do you have a student, grades K-5, who is extremely anxious about school?
This presentation will focus on how caregivers can work with their child’s school team to address their anxiety in the classroom. An introduction to a school’s tiered system of supports will be provided and the different types of staff available for partnership. Practical information on the steps involved in the collaboration process, how to approach anxiety as a team, and different strategies for supporting anxious students will be discussed. There will be 15+ minutes for questions at the end.
About the Presenter: Ariel D. Marrero, Psy.D., CTRP-C
Dr. Ariel Marrero is a Latinx clinician at Morrissey-Compton Education Center who specializes in providing culturally attuned and trauma-informed therapy, assessment, and consultation services to children and families. A New York native, Dr. Marrero received her BA in Psychology and her MS in Mental Health Counseling from SUNY New Paltz. She then moved to Virginia to pursue her doctorate at the Combined-Integrated Clinical and School Psychology program at James Madison University. Dr. Marrero recently completed her pre-doctoral internship at Milton Hershey School, a K-12 residential boarding school where she provided trauma-informed mental health services to children from low-income families.
This webinar is part of the “Lunch and Learn” series, a collaboration between Parents Helping Parents and Morrissey Compton Educational Center.