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Darryl Webster is a school social worker with 25-years experience with the District of Columbia Public Schools. He's the author of two books: "How to Successfully Help Your Student-Athlete Earn a College Scholarship," and "I Think I'm Going Crazy: Proven Strategies for Managing Stress, Overcoming Anxiety and Depression." The National Association of Social Workers (NASW), Maryland Chapter honored him as their 2018 Social Worker of the Year. He is a licensed independent clinical social worker and owner of the Webster's Stress, Anxiety, and Depression Clinic that specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders and depression. The Gwendolyn and Cafritz Foundation n selected him as a Distinguished DC Government Employee. He's a licensed Early Childhood Education (EDE) trainer in social and emotional development, a member of the National Anxiety Disorder Association, a motivational speaker and member of the National Speakers Association (NSA). In 1987, he was honored by the National Father's Day Commission in New York as a National Father of the Year. In 1995, he was the subject of a Washington Post cover story nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. Other awards include Washingtonian of the Year in 1988, and the Achievement Against the Odds award.

In 1989, he founded the Youth entrepreneurial Services, Inc., a non-profit youth organization that teaches social and emotional skills through social entrepreneurship. He currently works at the Houston Elementary School specializing in integrating social and emotional learning skills throughout the school-wide community, particularly in the classroom.

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