Spring Branch ISD Featured News

Celebrating Mental Health Awareness Month

During May, Spring Branch ISD is celebrating Mental Health Awareness Month. In SBISD, we are committed to supporting the emotional, behavioral and mental health needs of all of our students, their families and our staff.

Here are some messages and resources for Mental Health Awareness Month:

Superintendent’s Message

Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Blaine is a strong supporter of this district priority. View her message:

May Mental Health Newsletter: Partnering for Student Stability

From the Spring Branch ISD Counseling Team

View newsletter here.

In this newsletter, we recognize our in-district mental health partners and hear about their commitment to supporting the varied social, emotional, physical, and mental health needs of SBISD students and families.

Spring Branch ISD Mental Health Webpage

Visit www.springbranchisd.com/mentalhealth.

Created by our Counseling Team, the Mental Health webpage features resources to benefit educators, students and families as well as explanations on the different roles in the district including facilitator, Mental Health and Crisis Team, and substance abuse counselors.

On the site you will find:

MentorU Webinar: Self-Care for the Real World

Featuring Caroline Sweatt-Eldredge, LPC

Caroline is a Licensed Professional Counselor who works in her private practice at Memorial Heights Counseling. She specializes in working with couples and families and focuses her work on understanding the impact of trauma across the lifespan.