Stress-Busters with Dr. Clack coming to Burlington County Library

Program will cover identifying common personal stressors, practicing various relaxation techniques and creating a personal action plan for stress management and self care.

The following is on file with the Burlington County Library:

Stress: no one wants it. Everyone has it. It leaves us feeling tired, frustrated and run-down. Maybe that goes without saying, but have you stopped to think about what your body is really telling you when you’re feeling stressed? The research is showing us that how we perceive stress is what’s really breaking us down. Join psychologist, Dr. Angela R. Clack, to learn how to shift your perspective and manage your stress!

Attendees will be able to:

  • Identify common and personal stressors
  • Practice various relaxation techniques (e.g. breathing, meditation)
  • Create a Personal Action Plan for stress management and self care

Dr. Clack is a licensed psychotherapist at Clack Associates, LLC a private practice outpatient counseling agency in Southern New Jersey. She has been working in the mental health field for more 25 years.

Dr. Clack earned her doctorate in 2002 with a degree in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University, Washington, D.C. Dr. Clack is known for her ability to teach, supervise, coach and provide training in various areas pertaining to children, youth and their families.

Because of her training and teaching abilities, Dr. Clack has made a massive impact in her community by reducing the stigma of people of color who seek mental health treatment.

Dr. Clack is passionate about discussing mental health and wellness. She has a broad range of public speaking experiences including community events, radio and internet shows, women’s empowerment groups and panel discussions, church and school settings and collaborations with mental health advocacy organizations and non-profit community organizations.

With her highly diverse clinical experiences and training in adult, child, adolescent and forensic settings, she is able to discuss a broad range of topics.

This program is scheduled for Monday, June 17, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Meeting Room B of the Burlington County Library. To register, visit