Help Students with Anxiety Succeed Academically and Socially

Anxiety Training for Schools

Tackle School Avoidance, Social Anxiety, Test-Taking Anxiety, and More

coach students through fear and into success

Get the training your school community needs to help your students with anxiety succeed despite worry and fear. Tackle school avoidance, classroom anxiety, test-taking anxiety, fear of public speaking, social anxiety, and more. 

Exclusive Offer for School Counselors, Social Workers & Psychotherapists

Right now we are offering a special bundle of our CBT for Anxiety and OCD course with an extra bonus training, School Refusal: CBT Treatment for School Anxiety.

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Anxiety Training That Works

Training everyone: staff, faculty, parents, and students. Tackle student anxiety as a team, with a unified, evidence-based approach that works.

Based on the neuroscience of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Anxiety Training for School is both empirical and practical.

Know which accommodations help and which are harmful when confronting anxiety. Easily incorporate strategies from this training into IEPs to support your neurodivergent learners. 

Train your school community to coach students through fear toward success. 

Purchase Anxiety Training for Schools for your entire school district or your education service agency.

Who We Work With

Individual schools, entire districts, and education service agencies train with us. Schools and districts across New York and Pennsylvania have seen success with Anxiety Training for Schools, including New York City Public Schools, Williamsville Central School District, and Erie School District.  

We work with school systems and communities that are ready to tackle student anxiety with practical, evidence-based tools that work.  

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Join school communities across the country who are tackling student anxiety.

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Help Your Students with Anxiety Thrive