Mental Wellness: Don't Flip Your Lid (Secondary)
This program explores coping with stress, anxiety, and learning to self-regulate our responses.
Michael Garcia is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Tarleton State University, specializing in treatment of trauma in children, adolescents, and their families. He is a Trauma Specialist for Fort Worth ISD and is a Trust-Based Relational Practitioner (TBRI). He has over 15 years of experience working in the juvenile justice system, education system, in-patient treatment, crisis response, and with victims of crime.
Remington Pohlmeyer is a Licensed Master Social Worker and works as a Trauma Specialist for FWISD. He received his BA in Sociology from UNT in 2007 and worked in and volunteered for social service non-profits before going on to receive his master’s in social work from UT at Arlington in 2016. He is also a TBRI practitioner, trained in TF-CBT, and specializes in trauma-informed care and interventions for children and families, adolescents and adults.
When hosting the program, PTA leaders can invite your principal, assistant principal, school counselor, and/or school nurse as applicable. They can add information about district or campus programs and resources and help answer questions parents might have.