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There’s something about June.   In June 1944, the Allies stormed the beaches of Normandy during World War II.   In June 2016, 49 people were murdered at Pulse nightclub in Orlando.    In June 1969, Gays at the Stonewall bar in New York City began rioting against a police raid starting the gay rights movement and since then June has been Pride month.   And 50 years ago in June 1968 Robert Kennedy was assassinated in Los Angeles after winning the California Democratic primary.  Kennedy was one of the most inspirational speakers and in his honor the June 27, 2018 meeting will be dedicated to reading and discussing 25 of his most inspirational quotes.

CLICK HERE FOR QUOTES   Robert Kennedy

Photo of The Grille On The Drive - Wilton Manors, FL, United States
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        MEET AT 7:30 PM. FRIDAY, JUNE 22

WE HAVE RESERVATIONS. PLEASE COME ON TIME.

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Contact Jramos4000@aol.com with questions.

We can always cruise the Drive afterwards!

 

 

Photo of The Grille On The Drive - Wilton Manors, FL, United States
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        MEET AT 7:30 PM.  – WE HAVE RESERVATIONS.

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Contact Jramos4000@aol.com with questions.

Let’s check it out and we can cruise the Drive afterwards,

 

 

At the 06-20-18 meeting, we raised $26 bringing our total to:

 

 

        MEET AT 7:30 PM.  – WE HAVE RESERVATIONS.

Contact Jramos4000@aol.com with questions.

Let’s check it out and we can cruise the Drive afterwards,

 

 

This Wednesday June 20, 2018 we will have a guest speaker Nancy Mccoll LCSW who will speak on Trauma.

I feel that my clients can reach their potential. I am very open minded, empathetic and conscientious in working together with clients who I will go to great lengths for, to help them reach their potential. I work with clients to resolve issues that cause them to feel depressed and anxious. This could include self esteem or relationships issues such codependence, boundary or communication. Clint’s discomfort could also emanate from addictions which either be related to substances or behaviors. I also help my clients to resolve past traumas, which could include sexual, physical or emotional abuse which are still affecting their lives today.
I assess each person individually and apply the most appropriate techniques to help resolve their particular issues discussed above. Some of the techniques I utilize include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. I provide individual. couples and family counseling to adolescents and adults.
I’ve worked many years with the HIV/AIDS community and with my extensive knowledge I have helped clients address issues about shame, compliance and chronic illness and relationships related to the diagnosis. Similarly, I helped clients within the GLBTQ community address issues of rejection from family, religious conflicts and self acceptance.
As seen on a Sussex Directories Inc site
Studies suggest that 20-40%of HIV positive people meet criteria for Post-traumatic disorder which causes uncomfortable feelings.   We will talk about this issue and talk about a solution for resolving those feelings from this disorder so we don’t get triggered to feel these feelings.

This Wednesday June 20, 2018 we will have a guest speaker Nancy Mccoll LCSW who will speak on Trauma.

I feel that my clients can reach their potential. I am very open minded, empathetic and conscientious in working together with clients who I will go to great lengths for, to help them reach their potential. I work with clients to resolve issues that cause them to feel depressed and anxious. This could include self esteem or relationships issues such codependence, boundary or communication. Clint’s discomfort could also emanate from addictions which either be related to substances or behaviors. I also help my clients to resolve past traumas, which could include sexual, physical or emotional abuse which are still affecting their lives today.
I assess each person individually and apply the most appropriate techniques to help resolve their particular issues discussed above. Some of the techniques I utilize include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. I provide individual. couples and family counseling to adolescents and adults.
I’ve worked many years with the HIV/AIDS community and with my extensive knowledge I have helped clients address issues about shame, compliance and chronic illness and relationships related to the diagnosis. Similarly, I helped clients within the GLBTQ community address issues of rejection from family, religious conflicts and self acceptance.
As seen on a Sussex Directories Inc site
Studies suggest that 20-40%of HIV positive people meet criteria for Post-traumatic disorder which causes uncomfortable feelings.   We will talk about this issue and talk about a solution for resolving those feelings from this disorder so we don’t get triggered to feel these feelings.