A Morning with Dr. Amanda Holloway
Psychopharmacology Meds: Myths & Realities, Everything you need to know about psychotropic medications
Amanda Holloway, MD (psychiatrist)
Sat, Oct 5, 2019
Capital Baptist Church
$30 in advance –Oct 4 as cutoff
$40 at the door
Dr. Amanda Holloway is a board-certified psychiatrist who obtained her bachelors degree in neurosciences at Drew University and her medical degree at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. She completed her residency in psychiatry at George Washington University and since completing residency has worked in a primary care mental health integration clinic at the Washington DC VA Medical Center. This includes work in general primary care in addition to working in the ID clinic with patients with HIV comorbid with mental health diagnoses. She brings in her knowledge of psychopharmacology and expertise in working on an interdisciplinary team that includes psychologists, primary care doctors, and nurse care managers.
Any views expressed in this presentation are the views of the presenter and do not reflect the official policy or position of the VA or the United States government.
Medications & Mental Health
Trauma Support Group
Capital Baptist Church, 3604 Gallows Road, Annandale, VA
Mondays Room 205 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM
The focus is trauma-informed ministry for women who have experienced trauma.
An Evening with Dr. Emily Samuelson
An Evening with Emily Samuelson, Ph.D., author of Soaring Above the Ashes
September 25, 2019
River Bend Country Club
375 Walker Rd 22066
Great Falls, VA
6:00 PM cocktails
6:30 PM dinner
With over 35 years of clinical experience, Emily Samuelson, PhD, specializes in the treatment of trauma. She knows the journey of healing as both a survivor and a guide. She maintains a private practice in Baltimore, Maryland.
“Emily Samuelson has brought together a virtual support group of thriving survivors who have been on the hero’s journey. Their travels through darkness and pain into the light give inspiring testimony that it is possible to heal from sexual abuse.”
Marilyn Van Derbur, incest survivor, former Miss America, and author, Miss America By Day.
Art Transforming Trauma
Expressive art is a catalyst for profound breakthroughs leading to growth and change. Through creating art, you can begin to define and acknowledge what is important to you and recognize your unique needs and strengths. R1:99 will be offering 12 workshops (4 in gentle movement & 8 in visual arts) for female adults of trauma (military, sex, DV, etc.) centered on themes (i.e., voice, strength, safety, resilience, etc.) designed to support the healing process and connect to one another. This is a closed group - 10 participants maximum.
Tuesdays, 6:45 -8:15 PM starting September 17 (12 weeks)
The Madonna House, 220 C Street, NE (Capitol Hill)
Fee is $600 (includes art supplies)
Shelter From the Storm: Hope for Survivors of Sexual Abuse
This is a Christian curriculum for female adult survivors of childhood sexual trauma/exploitation This group represents an opportunity to understand the cause of your pain, to learn to grieve and take responsibility for your healing, emotions and behavior. Incorporated into the program will be dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), art therapy, scripture readings and prayer. This is a closed group - 8 maximum participants
Wednesdays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM starting on September 18 (12 weeks)
450 West Broad Street, Suite 211
Fee is $600 + Workbook ($15)