ACA, New England Spring E-Session Series
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COVID is triggering anxiety in individuals that were previously successfully managing their emotions, in turn, our more vulnerable individuals to experience significant challenges managing their anxiety. We will start with an overview of anxiety, separating fact vs. fiction, followed by concrete approaches for how camp staff could proactively support anxiety management, do so in the moment (responsively), while also managing their own emotions to avoid reacting in unproductive ways.
Thursday, April 28, 2:00 – 3:00 pm ET, E-Session on Zoom
Cost: $25 for individual ACA members; $40 for non-members
This session will be recorded and shared with registered attendees who are unable to join live to watch for 30 days.
Elise Wulff, MGH Aspire
Elise Wulff has over 10 years of experience collaborating with and supporting the neurodiverse population, their families, and professionals in both public and private settings. A veteran of the specialized camp world, Elise helps programs develop, implement, and refine staff training modules for such topics as inclusion practices, behavior management, social skills development, stress management, and self-awareness strategies in the camp setting. Elise combines her teaching experience with research-supported social-emotional interventions to help camps reach their own goals of supporting the Whole Camper. In addition, Elise oversees year-round programming that includes groups, parent coaching, professional development, curriculum design.
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