Coping with anxiety: neurodiversity and additional needs

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Join Dr Mark Brown to explore strategies to cope with anxiety, obsessive behaviour and its consequences for all the family.

Coping with anxiety in those who are neurodiverse and have additional needs, with Dr Mark Brown

Dr Mark Brown will explore some of the issues relating to having additional needs and anxiety, including the display of obsessive behaviour, how it can impact upon everyone involved and how to develop support and interventions to reduce the consequences of being anxious.

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