DEPRESSION: SIGNS, SYMPTOMS AND SPIRITUALITY
Sunday, March 18, 2018
Saint Anne's in Desoto is offering a diocesan-wide event on understanding depression. The speaker, Dr. Strenger, a psychologist with the Pastoral Counseling Center in Dallas, will present information on the signs and symptoms of depression and how we can help ourselves and our loved ones. Unfortunately, depression knows no age barrier, it can also occur in children and in the elderly.
Dr. Nathaniel Strenger is a licensed psychologist. As such, he provides psychological therapy and evaluation to children, teens, adults, and families. Further, he leads preschool social skills groups as well as process-oriented therapy groups for struggling adolescents. As part of his studies, he has taught, lead workshops, and written on topics ranging from trauma, emotional regulation in children, spirituality in the practice of psychology, community coordination in care, parenting concerns, and clergy family issues. He has worked in outpatient community clinics, private practice, medical centers, and in university counseling.
The event is scheduled for 12:30 p.m., March 18, at Saint Anne’s, 1700 North Westmoreland Road in DeSoto. The event is free but registration is required, and we are accepting donations. For more information contact Saint Anne’s office: email: phone: 214-972-709-0691. To register fill out the form below then hit the "Register" button.
This event is sponsored by the Saint Anne’s Women’s Bible Study Group and Saint Anne's Episcopal Church.