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WTS? What the Stress: Helping Middle and High Schools Manage Stress 2/24/20
WTS?! What the Stress: Symptoms, Strategies, and Support for Helping Middle and High School Manage Stress
Instructor: Meredith Drew, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, ACS & Michelle Hinkle, PhD, LPC, ACS
Stress is an automatic response to what is happening around us and within us. No one, no matter their age, is absent from the impact that stress may have. Interestingly, all stress is not negative. There are ways that stress is positive and can act as a catalyst in moving us forward or helping us achieve. This workshop is designed to discuss some of the challenges that middle and high school students are experiencing and how teachers, school counselors, and administration can support their academic and social goals while recognizing the impact of stress. In experiential ways, we will explore different stress-relieving techniques that can be done in the moment and in the classroom with all students.
Target Group: School educators, school nurse social workers, and parents
Instructor : Meredith Drew, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, ACS & Michelle Hinkle, PhD, LPC, ACS
Dates : 02/24/20
Days : Mon
From : 4pm - 6pm
Fee : $ 29.00
Course Number : E385
Class is full at this time please call 973-720-2354 to be placed on a waiting list