Anxiety affects us in a variety of ways we often may be unable to express.
It is no wonder there is stigma attached to it. Every day 40 million Americans are significantly affected by anxiety. Yet, only about a third ever seek treatment.
If you are afraid of taking the first step to getting better or are simply curious on ways to support others in your life suffering from anxiety, then join Drs. Celesta Harris and Godlewski April 29 from 10-11 a.m. for an informative webinar regarding anxiety awareness and management.
This informative webinar is designed to provide an overview of anxiety awareness and offer resilience-based tools to manage chronic or distressing anxiety.
About the Speakers:
Celesta Harris, Pd.D., is a clinical-forensic psychologist with the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). After serving in the U.S. Coast Guard, she went on to earn two master’s degrees and a doctoral degree. Currently, Harris conducts pre-employment psychological evaluations for trooper trainee applicants, therapeutic support, and intervention for DPS employees, including their family members.
Dr. Godlewski is a licensed psychologist in the state of Texas. She graduated from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology with a master’s in clinical psychology, later earning her doctorate in clinical psychology with a specialization in forensic psychology. Much of her work at the Texas Department of Public Safety focuses on trauma, crisis intervention, risk assessment, and program development and oversight.