101: What are Anxiety Disorders? (Cognitive & Physiological)
In our first module, we define Anxiety Disorders, and are introduced to the two primary components, cognitive and physiological.
102: Types of Anxiety Disorders (DSM-5)
In this module, we learn about the classes of anxiety disorders as defined by the DSM-5 and the factors involved in meeting the threshold criteria for diagnosis.
103: Misconceptions of Anxiety in Children vs Adults
Here we learn how anxiety orders in children may present distinctly from anxiety orders in adults.
104: Anxiety & Classroom Scenarios
Akeesha Washington describes how anxiety in the classroom often mimics behaviors we associate with disciplinary action, and provides an example scenario of what anxiety may look like for a child in school.
105: Comorbidities: Anxiety & other Learning Differences
In this module, Dr. Brie Moore explains the connection between anxiety disorders and other learning differences.
106: Somatic Symptoms of Anxiety
Here we learn how anxiety may manifest as symptoms of a physical ailment even though no physical ailment exists, and why struggles with anxiety in high-achieving students may often go unnoticed.
107: Using Compassion Patience & Empathy
Dr. Brie Moore describes how children's distress can provide a window into their values, and the importance of acknowledging these anxieties rather than dismissing them, to help our children reflect and grow.
108: Course Completion
Congratulations on completing the EmpathED Expert Series on Anxiety.