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“Coping Strategies: Dealing with Stress”

        Friday, September 6

      11:30 AM - 1:00 PM


 

Presented by Dr. Charles Dolph
Professor of Psychology
Cedarville University

“I am a licensed psychologist who specializes in counseling individuals, marriages, and families from a Biblical Christian perspective. I work with the victims of devastating illnesses such as AIDS, ALS, Alzheimer's, quadriplegia, stroke, emphysema and cancer to find peace and cope with their illness and loss.

My professional memberships include the American Psychological Society, the Ohio Psychological Association, and the American Association of Christian Counselors.”
 


 Where:   Worthington United Methodist Church
               600 North High St., Worthington, Ohio
 Cost:      $5 for lunch and lecture
               $10 for continuing education credits

 Reservations Required.
  800-272-3900

 

THE CLUB. THIS MONTH ONLY!  Musical Entertainment! Bring your loved one living with dementia to our respite program called "The Club."  The Club meets during the education lecture to provide an opportunity for socialization, activities and entertainment.  When you register for First Friday you can register for THE CLUB.


Next Luncheon:  Friday | October 11 | Dealing With Stress


 

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