Overcoming Social Anxiety
with Dr Iain Jordan
Desperate to connect, but overwhelmed by social anxiety, neurodivergent young people all too often end up feeling isolated from their peers - which can contribute to poor mental health and low self-esteem. Thankfully, we now know more than we ever have before about social anxiety and neurodivergence, which means there’s plenty that we can do to help young people overcome social anxiety, find supportive communities, and connect with their peers. Join us for a one hour webinar with Sascha, Uncommon’s co-founder and Dr Iain Jordan, Uncommon’s clinical lead where we will break down: - The science behind social anxiety - How social anxiety is different for neurodivergent people - Actionable tips and tools supported by evidence-based research We’ll give you the knowledge and resources you need to support your neurodivergent child and help them blossom into confident, connected and secure young adults.