Dupont Circle Village Offers Seminar on Depression | Events
From Councilman Jack Evans' newsletter: Dupont Circle Village, a non-profit neighborhood organization that connects aging residents to services and activities, is holding a seminar on depression as part of its "Live and Learn" series. The program will be held on Monday, June 25 from 3:30pm-5:00pm in the 6th floor conference room at Merrill Lynch (1152 15th Street, NW).
Tybe Diamond, Director of the Center for the Study of Aging at the Washington School of Psychiatry, will explain how to look for signs of depression. Ms. Diamond is also a member of the faculty of the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. She has spent 37 years in practice providing psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, groups, and families.
For reservations, please contact Linda Harsh at 202-234-2567. The seminar is free for Village members and $10 for others. The Merrill Lynch office is handicapped accessible.
The Dupont Circle Village is a nonprofit membership organization, formed in 2008, as a supportive network to enable residents, aged 50 or more, to remain in their homes and community as they grow older. The Dupont Circle Village strives to enhance social engagement, facilitate independence, and promote healthy living and is part of a national movement to help aging neighbors remain independent and in their homes.
More information on the work of Dupont Circle Village can be found here.
Andrew Huff is Evans' Dupont Circle liaison.
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