April 29, 2017
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Mr. Terry Livorsi, CEO and Founder of Health Care Assistance and Member Support, will talk about addictions on Saturday, April 29, from 1 until 3 pm at the Willow Grove Giant Supermarket, 315 York Road, Willow Grove, in the Upstairs Classroom. He will be joined by Janet Gerhard.
His firm offers addictions treatment, intervention services and court appearances to return to work, in addition to aiding employees and family members concerned about recovery planning, utilizing 34 years of his own personal recovery experience.
View his website here.
May 6, 2017
Saturday, May 6, from 1 to 2:30 pm – Mary Ann Moylan, nutritionist, on Diabetes: What it is and how healthy eating can help you avoid complications.
Calling all people with diabetes, pre-diabetes, and family members of diabetics.
Mary Ann Moylan, a certified diabetes educator, will inform the audience about this disease of the pancreas and how to eat properly to avoid complications.
Held at the Willow Grove Giant Supermarket, 315 York Road, Willow Grove PA 19090, from 1 to 2:30 pm.
Enter store on right. Make quick right and take stairs or elevator to second floor where classroom number will be posted.
June 3, 2017
Join us on Sat., June 3, from 1 until 2:30 pm at the Willow Grove Giant Supermarket for “An Afternoon with Karl Rickels, MD”
Copies of his 2011 book A SERENDIPITOUS LIFE: FROM GERMAN POW TO AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIST will be available to purchase. He fought with Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, “The Desert Fox.”
Dr. Karl Rickels is the founder of the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Section at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a professor in the department of psychiatry and the Stuart and Emily B.H. Mudd Professor of Human Behavior and Reproduction.
In 2008, he was also awarded the William Osler Patient Oriented Research Award, which recognizes outstanding achievement for research in which the investigator directly interacts with human subjects. Dr. Rickels is known throughout the world as the leading expert in the treatment of anxiety disorders.
In his 575 publications and 9 books over more than 40 years, Dr. Rickels has made so many contributions to this treatment that he is recognized as the Dean of Psychopharmacology of anxiety disorders. As a testament to his extraordinary intellect, in his 80s and 90s, he remains an active researcher.
As founder of the Penn program in the department of obstetrics and gynecology which treats and recognizes the special needs of women with mental health issues, his contributions continue to affect the lives of his many grateful patients.