Profiles in "Stress Management" Expertise Area

  • DePinto's primary professional experience has been in school social work and he has more than 30 years of experience working with chemically-dependent adolescents.
  • Waldron's primary focus areas are related to family dynamics, child development, and aging. She is also the internship liaison for The Washington Center. She regularly presents to community groups.
  • Teaching and scholarly interests are focused on the science and practice of stress regulation and mindfulness for optimal stress outcomes, improved well-being and health behavior change.
  • Estefano is a holistic instructor at her own home yoga studio and a stress management instructor at ASU.
  • Lorena QuiƱones is Sr. Coordinator of MCF Scholarships for the Baobab Platform at EdPlus and the Scholars Program at ASU. Previously, Lorena worked closely with international scholars in the Office of Global Engagement.
  • Smith's research interests include mindfulness, bariatric surgery, substance abuse, meditation and obesity.
  • Started my teaching profession in 2001 as a special education teacher for self contained and inclusion high school students in San Diego California. I was a paraprofessional from 1980 - 2001 with special education field.