Whether you are divorced or separated, Divorce Care can help you discover hope and experience healing. Next session starts Sunday, September 9th and runs every Sunday through November 11th. 2-4pm in CB304. Cost is $10 per person and includes the workbook.
GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. Information can be found here on our website or at www.griefshare.org, which also includes all GreifShare groups meeting throughout our area.
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Sarah Wolford is a licensed Mental Health counselor in the state of Florida and is also a doctoral candidate in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Florida State University. Since moving to Tallahassee in 2015, Sarah became a member of the TRBC family and has thoroughly enjoyed her time serving in the Women’s Ministry among other related opportunities. Sarah has a professional background providing counseling through various social service agencies, and previously served as an in-home family therapist while training in Boston, MA. Currently, Sarah teaches undergraduate courses at FSU, provides counseling services on campus as well as to the TRBC community. Sarah specializes in therapy services for children, adolescents and families, and is trained to provide treatment in the area of trauma and traumatic stress in family systems. Sarah also recently completed her first Etch-ed series on mental health awareness this fall at TRBC, and cannot wait to offer it again next year!
Dr. Shelley Todd joined the Thomasville Road Baptist Church staff in September, 1994. She offers professional, Christian counseling to both church members and non-members.
After completing a B.A. in Psychology/Humanities, Shelley earned both her Masters of Divinity (M.Div.) and her Ph.D. from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Her church background includes Presbyterian, General Conference Baptist, Christian and Missionary Alliance, and Southern Baptist.
Prior to coming on staff at TRBC, Shelley held many positions which have helped her develop her counseling program, including serving as an Adolescent Psychology Intern in Ft. Worth, Texas and as a Residential Unit Coordinator in New Orleans. In 1988, she began her private practice and became the first Director of Adolescent Services for River Bend Psychiatric Hospital, Metairie, LA. In 1993, she took the position of Clinical Director of the Christian Counseling Clinic in Lake Charles, Louisiana. She has been involved in three psychiatric hospital start-ups.
Her credentials include:
National Certified Counselor (National Board of Certified Counselors)
Licensed Mental Health Counselor (State of Florida)
Foundational Life Coach Training (The Institute for Life Coach Training)
Critical Incident Response (International Critical Incident Stress Foundation)
American Association of Christian Counselors
Specialties: Adult and Adolescent Services