Psychological First Aid:
How to Respond in a Crisis
Crisis: What is it: Individual, child, adult, disaster, trauma
If it unfolds before you, would you know what to do to help?
Psychological first aid: what steps one can take to help those immediately experiencing trauma or crisis.
Strategies including “How to stay calm” and how to help those most in need in crisis situations.
Date: Sunday, February 21, 2016
Time: 2:30—4:30 p.m.
Location: Nardin Park UMC
29887 W. Eleven Mile Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI 48336
Presenter: Sydney Tremont, MA, LLPC., Art Therapist
Cost: $15.00 if your church does not hold a subscription
You must register by Thursday, Feb 18, if you wish to attend.
Please call 248-474-4701
Samaritan Counseling Center offers psychotherapy and educational opportunities in many forms for many needs.
If you are facing struggles, it can help to talk to a therapist one-on-one to discuss problems and concerns. This is frequently the primary method of treatment. However, there are occasions when another person, important in your life, is included in the treatment. Samaritan Counseling Center offers individual, couples, and family therapy.
If you are engaged, you may be interested in our Preparation for Marriage workshop. This workshop is designed to provide structure for engaged couples to look at their relationship—to articulate its strengths and pinpoint the areas of potential difficulties.
For clergy, therapists, and other professionals, we offer Prepare/Enrich Facilitator trainings. Prepare/Enrich is a couples assessment that helps to identify strengths and growth areas. It is one of the most widely used programs for assessing couples for premarital counseling and relationship enrichment.
For volunteers and caregivers, such as Stephen Ministers, we offer regularly scheduled Lay Caregiver Workshops that offer continuing education on a variety of topics.