Pastor Patricia Saunders, M.Div; Th.D -CEO/President - DC Alliance Pastoral Care Domestic Violence  Chat & Chew
DC Alliance Clinical Educational Training 
March 27, 2021- 10:00am - 12:00pm

Theme:
"HOW CAN WE HEAL FROM LOSS?"

Mandatory Training for all Chaplains & Chaplain in Training, but it's open to the Community.


Keynote Speaker:

Rev. Dr. Marisha Stewart was born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Silver Spring, Maryland. She began her pursuit of knowledge in 1991 at Montgomery College. After graduating from Montgomery College, Dr. Stewart transferred to University of Maryland, College Park and received a Bachelor’s of Arts in Hearing and Speech Sciences.  After so many years, Dr. Stewart was not satisfied with only a Bachelor’s degree and pursued higher degrees.  

In 2006, Dr. Stewart received her Master’s degree in School Counseling with a specialization in Mental Health from Gallaudet Universityand in 2011 her PhD in Human Services with specialization in Counseling from Capella University. She enjoys her pursuit of knowledge. Her motto to her students is “it never matters where you start but that you finish what you started.” She has worked as the Chairperson/School Counselor at a high school in Prince George’s County for the past 10 years. Prior to her school counseling career, Dr. Stewart worked as a Sign Language Interpreter at a local community college for 8 years.   In addition, Dr. Stewart interprets for deaf and hard-of-hearing members and visitors at her church and in the community.  Over her 20 years working in education, Dr. Stewart has mentored young people to believe in themselves and go after their dreams.  She believes everyone has a purpose in life and wants to help young people believe that they were born for a purpose.

For the last several years I have become a Professor for Prince George’s Community College and yearly, Pastor Patricia Saunders has come as one of our presenter’s speaking to our students on Intervention that Alters the Cycle of Violence within Individuals and Families, as it relates to Domestic Violence, with defining the difference of victimization?

Dr. Stewart has worked with DCAEHS, Inc., since its conception and has been an advisor and supporter. In 2020, we spoke at the National Pastoral Care Domestic Violence Chat & Chew.

We have recently started our new Podcast , called “Lioness Queen.”


Location
ZOOM LINK

Cost:
$25.00 each - CashApp (DCAEHS)
Credit Card or Paypal.

Registration:
(Website www.dcaehs.org)

Description:

Take a look at the tremendous lost of our family, child/children, friends, neighbors, that have lost their lives to COVID-19 and we all are grieving the loss, so we want to educate ourselves as to what will it take for us to heal and help each other.

Please let us know if you are coming  and if not, please make a donation to a community base ministry on the move, seeking to save those that are lost and need our help and assistance.