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Hope and Healing: Responding to Traumatic Loss

 

ReCAST Virtual Professional Training

Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge and

The National Suicidology Training Center

             Date: June 24, 2021 or August 11, 2021        Time: 9:30AM - 12:00 NOON  

Registration is Required
To Register: Contact Patti Clement                                
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Facilitated by: Dr. Frank Campbell, Ph.D., LCSW, C.T., Co-Chair NSTC

                           Dr. Ray Tucker, Ph.D. LSU and Co-Chair NSTC

   Emma Moscardini, B. S.-Doctoral Candidate-Clinical Psychology, LSU-NSTC Faculty

This workshop will describe:

  • How anyone can be vulnerable to trauma and the three main ways anyone can become a victim of trauma.
  • Participants will also be given information on self-care especially during and post pandemic.
  • Due to increased risk for Suicide a suicide safer vocabulary will be offered
  • Participants will be given the opportunity to understand how to remember the life of someone who has died a sudden or traumatic death and shift their focus on the way their loved one lived and not how they died.
  • We will also explore how today many in our community are dealing with the aftermath and complicated impact of a death associated with Covid 19 due to the traditional pre-grief process of bedside attendance not available due to social distancing or hospital guidelines limiting visitation.
  • This workshop will suggest ways to move toward remembering the life and not how a person died.                                                             Event made possible through ReCAST Baton Rouge grant funds

 

 
Covid -19

 

 Individuals who request to be tested for HIV, HEPATITIS C, and Syphilis will be seen by Appointment Only. Clients will have to wait in their personal vehicle until the service is rendered. They will be called upon when ready to be seen. Upon entry the client will have to perform a Temperature Check and will be asked to complete a COVID-19 questionnaire. It is mandatory that all clients enter will PPE appropriate face covering. If the client does not have a mask one will be provided. 

 

 
Annual Report

To access  our Annual Report please click on the publications tab on the right.

 
Golf Tournament

 

Play Golf with a Purpose!

Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge will host its 8th Annual Golf Tournament on October 15, 2021, at the Copper Mill Golf Course from 8:30 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. (9 A.M. Tee Off). Come out and enjoy great food, fun and prizes. Cost: $100/ individual players or $400 a team.  Hole Sponsorships are $100. For more information please call 225-927-9810 or to register click the link.

Thank you for your support!!!

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Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation

Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge receives funding from the Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation to offer counseling and mental health treatment on a sliding fee scale. For more information or to schedule an appointment please call 225-924-0123.  Services are offered Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

 
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