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Navigating the Troubled Waters of Student Stress and Trauma

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Helping your students deal with stress and trauma begins with understanding the continuum of impacts and reactions and having ready some simple strategies.  Join this informative webinar to learn how to recognize a student in distress and what to do when this happens.   Especially important as students return to school in person all while dealing with continued pandemic stress.  

Cathy Springfield

Cathy Springfield teaches, directs, acts, writes and produces theatre. She also has bipolar disorder.

 

Cathy Springfield is a part of the team who founded the non-profit Stop The Stigma Productions. Cathy is also one of the authors of the show “She’s Crazy: Mental Health & Other Myths,” which Stop the Stigma produces and performs nationally.

Sherry McCamley

Sherry McCamley is a teacher, singer/songwriter, pianist, actor, director, and producer. She also has depression.

 

Sherry McCamley is a part of the team who founded the non-profit Stop The Stigma Productions. Sherry is also one of the authors of the show “She’s Crazy: Mental Health & Other Myths,” which Stop the Stigma produces and performs nationally. 

Erin McCamley

Erin McCamley is a teacher, composer, actor, conductor, music director, and activist. She also has depression, PTSD, and substance use disorder.

 

Erin McCamley is a part of the team who founded the non-profit Stop The Stigma Productions. Erin is also one of the authors of the show “She’s Crazy: Mental Health & Other Myths,” which Stop the Stigma produces and performs nationally. 

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