Classroom Practices for the Anxious Brain


November 17 @ 3 pm PST | 6 pm EDT


Join Carl Salerno and Tracey Hirner as they discuss bringing practical and tactical classroom strategies to support anxious students (and your anxious self). This session builds off the insights from the September Research Conversation with Dr. Eve Miller and Dr. Jennifer Chevalier,

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Carl Salerno is a career mental health professional with over 15 years of field experience. He has served as a Behavioral Interventionist for students with developmental delays, School Counselor, Director of Counseling Services, & Director of Student Support Services.  Carl has worked within and lead the development and implementation of support programs such as MTTS/RTII, SAP, Counseling, EL, Gifted, & AEDY.

Undergraduate: Psychology, minor Sociology

Graduate: Counseling Psychology (MA)

Certified Level II School Counselor

Tracey Hirner is the Director of Student Services for the Bethlehem Area School District. Tracey’s career in education has spanned 22 years, including previous roles as a School Counselor in regular and alternative education, Middle School Assistant Principal, Elementary Principal, and Supervisor of Social Emotional Health Services. Serving across these roles, Tracey has led development of systems that support a tiered approach to social, emotional, and behavioral health processes and interventions across the school district. Tracey serves as a Trainer of Restorative Practices as well as a Level I District Coach of Leader In Me.

Undergraduate: B.A. Psychology, Minor Political Science
Graduate: M.A. School Counseling, M.Ed. Educational Leadership


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