Fall Newsletter 2022
This summer has been busy and exciting. This Fall has lots of interesting things going on. Check out the newsletter and be informed and educated on all that the Organization is doing and has planned for next year.
Summer 2022 Newsletter
Summer has arrived and Green Cross is growing strong and far. You don’t want to missed out on all the interesting activities that are happening with our members and various sites. There is a lot to learn and explore with Green Cross Academy of Traumatology. Checkout this summer newsletter!
Like A Refugee: From A Civil War In Cameroon To The Invasion In Ukraine To The Home Inside The Human Heart
At the end of February, the day I boarded my flight to Yaoundé, Cameroon, a country that has been in an active civil war for the last four years, my native country Ukraine was invaded by Russia… Click on the link below to read more!
Spring 2022 Newsletter
Here is another update on what has been going on with Green Cross and we are delighted you are part of the journey. Take time to read this Spring newsletter and be informed of all the great things that are going on with Green Cross. We hope you will join us if you are not yet a member, and for our members we say, “Thank you”.
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Fall 2019 Newsletter
Here is our Fall 2019 Newsletter
In it you will find the latest news about workshops as well as on-site workshop schedules and information for registration for the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association Conference in February 2020.
Thank you for being a part of Green Cross!
Link to Spring 2019 Newsletter
Link to Winter 2019 Newsletter
Link to Summer 2018 Newsletter
Green Cross Winter 2017/2018 Newsletter
Check out our most recent newsletter!
In here, you’ll find:
Updates about our plethora of recent deployments
Information about new Green Cross Training Sites & Schedules
Notes on our upcoming Conference in Florida (Spoiler: You’re invited!), including our Green Cross Track and Speakers
Reflections on our recent activities by our President, Dr. Mary Schoenfeldt, and Executive Director, Dr. Benjamin Keyes
"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
- Maya Angelou