Learning and anxiety
with Joanna Baker
Anxiety is a huge problem for many young people today, affecting their mental health and ability to learn effectively.
Joanna Baker is an HG therapist who works at the University of Derby as a Psycho-education Coordinator and trainer where she delivers workshops on various aspects of wellbeing. She works alongside Gareth Hughes, who tutors: Anxiety and Learning: How to improve students' academic performance and wellbeing course for HG college.
- How to support teenagers through the stress of starting university life
- How to reduce anxiety in students and young people
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Date posted: 13/04/2023