My Stress is Giving Me Anxiety!

Helping our students cope with stress & anxiety.

Stress, Anxiety, and Self-Regulation

Thursday, Nov. 29th, 9-10am

605 East 7th Street

Prosper, TX

The meeting will be at the Prosper Administration Building in room 108.

The same information is presented at the morning and evening sessions.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Stress, Anxiety, and Self-Regulation

Thursday, Nov. 29th, 6-7pm

605 East 7th Street

Prosper, TX

The meeting will be at the Prosper Administration Building in room 108.

The same information is presented at the morning and evening sessions.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Stress, Anxiety, and Self-Regulation

We all experience anxiety from time to time. As parents and educators, our goal is not to get rid of anxiety. Instead we need to give our students tools to help them manage their stress and anxiety so that it does not become all-consuming. We want our students to have confidence and resilience so they can face new challenges and experiences.

About our presenter- Dr. Sarah Feuerbacher

Sarah Feuerbacher, Ph.D., LCSW-S earned a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work, Master of Social Work with a specialization in clinical practice with children and families, and Doctorate of Philosophy in Educational Psychology from Baylor University. Dr. Feuerbacher is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Supervisor, Practical Parent Education Certified Parent Educator, and State of Texas Parent Mediator/Facilitator. Dr. Feuerbacher has worked as a helping professional in the mental health field in numerous capacities, including private practices, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, hospital settings, faith-based clinics, program evaluation, administration and grant writing, in addition to many years teaching in academia, ranging from elementary-age children to adult learners in higher education. Dr. Feuerbacher sees children, individuals, couples, families and groups in her Counseling CARE Prosper practice and is currently employed by Southern Methodist University as Clinic Director of the Family Counseling Center and teaches in the Graduate Department of Dispute Resolution and Counseling. Dr. Feuerbacher’s clinical focus and public speaking specializations are in the areas of using holistic approaches in working with diverse individuals to overcome personal, relational, or environmental challenges by identifying and empowering their innate strengths using a multiple-intelligences approach, as well as utilizing intrapersonal and environmental systems that can create successful goals, positive relationships, and healthy lifestyles. Dr. Feuerbacher enjoys serving on several boards in the field and her local community.