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Managing Stress So It Doesn’t Manage You

$10.00

Certificate for 1 hour of training is provided upon completion of the course.


$50.00


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Stress is the emotional and physical way in which we respond to pressure, difficulties, or problems in our lives. Stress impacts each of us in different ways and each person has a different threshold for stress. The ongoing pandemic has created a new set of stressors for individuals and families. In this session, you will learn some practical tips for managing stress in your personal life, the classroom, and your school.

Dr. Melissa Ewing is the Minister of Marriage and Family at First Baptist Church McKinney as well as a licensed clinical psychologist. Prior to this position, she served for thirteen years as the Children’s Minister over birth through fifth grade. She has a Masters of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Texas. She specialized in children and families studies, and throughout her career has also provided counseling and pastoral care to hurting children and families. Dr. Ewing and her husband of 29 years have three adult children. Trainer Criteria (a.4,5) of Minimum Standard 746.1317

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