A message from Identity, & talk next Wednesday on healing from trauma
We, the board members of Identity, Inc., want to thank the many people in the greater Anchorage community who have expressed their support to our community and we continue to extend our condolences to the family and friends of James Crump and to all of those impacted by his death on June 25, 2011. Together we will find strength in unity.
On Wednesday, July 13, from 7:00 to 8:00 pm Dr. Eric Gentry will be providing a one hour presentation on being okay after experiencing trauma (how to take care of yourself, not shut down and stay engaged; how to help others by listening and being present as they tell their story). Where: St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Waldron Hall (not the Sanctuary, but the big room to the right as you walk in the front doors.) Hosted by St. Mary’s, Integrity and Identity, Inc. Light refreshments will follow
“Dr. Gentry is knowledgeable and friendly and he is honored to be able to assist our community as it moves forward.“ If you would like to know more about Dr. Gentry, this is the link to his website: http://www.compassionunlimited.com/personal_introduction.html
- Date/time: Wednesday, June 13, 7–8 PM
- Cost of admission: No cost.
- Location: Waldron Hall, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, 2222 East Tudor Road, Anchorage. St. Mary’s is at the corner of Lake Otis and Tudor Road up on the hill (2222 East Tudor Road); see the map. Waldron Hall is not the Sanctuary, but the big room to the right as you walk in the front doors from the church’s front entrance.
- Further info: Identity, Inc. website or Dr. Eric Gentry’s website