The Teacher & Staff Training

Discover empowerment training for your teachers and staff to help students achieve scholastic success despite worry and fear from anxiety.

Equip school personnel with the tools they need to help anxious students conquer their distress, fear and anxiety.

At the start of our training program, we train personnel to identify the major indicators of anxiety in kids and adolescents, such as extreme fretfulness, restlessness, fatigue, concentration issues, irascibility, and panic attacks. We also stress the significance of coaching children with anxiety instead of reinforcing their anxieties by reassuring them.

We additionally teach our personnel to appropriately scaffold pupils away from safety habits like constant handwashing, recurrent visits to the lavatory, texting their guardians at school, and requesting assurance. To help kids who struggle with anxiousness succeed, we also provide suitable classroom accommodations like appropriate seating arrangements, extended times for assignments, and serene spaces for those who need a break.

Furthermore, we educate powerful breathing and mindfulness techniques to aid children and teenagers enhance their ability to cope with disconcerting feelings, thereby equipping them with improved skills to take control of their anxiousness independently. 

Our anxiety traing for schools training provides teachers and staff Must-Have, Worksheets, And Handouts Resources Support Progress.

Classroom Accommodations for Anxious Students:

Use this worksheet to design and implement appropriate classroom accommodations that build student resilience to anxiety and distress.

Tips for Teachers:

Seven surprisingly effective tips and reminders for teachers to coach students through anxiety and change their relationship to fear.


A curated list of valuable resources to help your faculty and staff continue to learn about anxiety. It includes a list of recommended readings for children and teens that can be used in the classroom.

Questions to Facilitate Group Discussion:

Use this guide to facilitate insightful conversations about the state of anxiety in your school and classrooms and how you can better coach your students through fear and distress.

In-depth understanding of anxiety and tools to confidently and effectively help your students handle it—and achieve despite it.

Once you purchase this training, you can download the video to share it with your teachers and staff, in the format and timeframe that works for you.


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Meet Anxiety Training Founders & Trainers

Kimberly Morrow, LCSW

Kimberly Morrow, LCSW helps people live well with anxiety using compassionate, evidenced-based treatment. She has been in private practice in Erie, PA for almost 30 years. Kimberly earned the Clinician Outreach Award and the Member of Distinction Award from Anxiety and Depression Association of American (ADAA).

Elizabeth DuPont Spencer, LCSW-C

Elizabeth DuPont Spencer, LCSW-C is a licensed clinical social worker, board approved supervisor, and trainer. She has been in private practice in Rockville, Maryland for almost 30 years. Elizabeth graduated from Columbia University and received her clinical training at the National Institutes of Health

Frequently Asked Questions

What's included in the class?

When you buy this training, you receive one hour of content led by expert clinician Kimberly Morrow, LCSW. This class includes the training for teachers and staff only. You also receive PowerPoint slides, worksheets, and handouts to help your faculty and staff immediately implement what they learn.

How long do I have to access the class?

Once you purchase this class, you can download it so that you can share it with your school in the format and timeframe that works for you.

How long do I have access to the content?

You have one year of access so your personnel can return to the curriculum as needed.