School Council Presentation - Anxiety in Children & Youth (posted Apr. 26, 2021)
posted Apr 26, 2021, 2:30 PM by Chapel Hill Catholic School
The Chapel Hill Catholic School Council would like to invite you to an online session with Dr. Elizabeth Paquette and Dr. Richard Bolduc on Anxiety in Children and Youth.
During these challenging times, you may be worried about your child(ren)’s mental health and well-being. You may have noticed that they are more unsettled, and perhaps have told you that they are worried. They may be confused about why usual activities are disrupted or may be disappointed to miss something that they were looking forward to. In this session we will explore what is anxiety, what are some normal reactions to expect in our children and youth during these uncertain times and what as parents and caregivers we can do to support their and our own well-being.
Date: Thursday, April 29, 2021
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Please RSVP to email@example.com with your name, and email address. The link to the session will be sent by email on the day of the event.
Dr Elizabeth Paquette recently retired from the OCSB after 33 years of service. She worked as a school psychologist, Chief Psychologist and most recently as the Board Mental Health Lead. Elizabeth is passionate about mental health promotion and helping our children and youth and their families flourish.
Dr. Richard Bolduc is Mental Health Lead at the OCSB and has been a psychologist for over 20 years providing assessments and counselling for youth and adolescents. Richard has also supported several families and schools in the Ottawa area over the years. His interests are focused on reinforcing school, youth and family connections in our community. Richard believes that Mental Health is of greatest importance as it is associated with our emotional development and permits us to flourish to the best of our potential.
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Monday - Christmas Sweater Day (ugly or pretty!)
Tuesday - Red and Green Day
Wednesday - Christmas Hat Day
Thursday - Christmas Sock Day
Friday - PJ Day