Avril McDonald discusses how teachers can weave emotional health seamlessly into the classroom.

08 August 2017

œWhen I had my first panic attack at eight years old, there was little to no information about anxiety disorders “ or mental health, for that matter! Years later, when my trainee-nurse sister brought home some information explaining many of the things that I had experienced, I was relieved to find that I wasn™t crazy or abnormal after all. - Click here to read the full article by Avril McDonald.

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