Stress and Learning: Managing the Impact of Anxiety

Tuesday, Oct 10, 2017 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Susan Bauerfeld, PhD, clinical psychologist,  parenting consultant and ADHD coach, presents an overview of the neurobiological mechanisms of anxiety and worry; a model for understanding how these mechanisms impact the brain’s availability for both learning and interpersonal connection; and a set of practical skills for managing worry that fosters self-regulation, increased capacity for learning and improved interpersonal relationships

Community partner: Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities 

Susan Bauerfeld, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist, speaker, parenting consultant/coach, and ADHD coach. Her passion is promoting understanding and teaching skills for success—especially self-regulation, anxiety management, and effective communication—to parents, teachers, and their kids. She strives to help them be more curious and less fearful, nurturing of their relationships, and engaged in lifelong learning. Through speaking engagements, workshops, and private practice, Dr. Bauerfeld offers compassion, humor, support, and information as she teaches the skills required to manage worries, challenges, and technology in ways that lead to more calm, capable and connected lives.

Photo credit: Laurie Klein

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