While school refusal is often viewed as misbehavior, in most cases students are simply too anxious to enter the school environment. This class will help you define the problem and apply strategies to work with your child and the school in ways that encourage compassion and confidence.
School refusal, also known as school avoidance, is a misunderstood and complex challenge. While school refusal is often viewed as misbehavior, in most cases students are simply too anxious to enter the school environment. In some cases, students have trouble leaving their homes at all. Children with school refusal behaviors often may complain of physical symptoms such as headaches or stomach aches before school, or repeatedly ask to visit the school nurse.
Find related solutions in our Inspire School Success for Middle & High School Students Library – check out the classes titled Less Conflict, More Solutions and School Success: Inspire Motivation and Engagement
Medical Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD,