Family Crisis Center of Washtenaw -Founder
Office 734-660-7059 Cell 734-255-8082
Edwina Jarrett earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Eastern Michigan University. She holds two Bachelor’s Degrees, also from Eastern Michigan University, one in Social Work and the other in Criminology. She is a trained clinician of Critical Incident Stress Management, Assist and Safe Talk.
Edwina Jarrett is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Michigan and works with clients suffering from but not limited to Depression, Anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder), ADHD, ADD, OCD, and Stress Management. She specializes in Crisis Intervention. Edwina is an active committee member for several community outreach programs including: CISM – Critical Incident Stress Management Team; TERN Team – Traumatic Events Response Network; Barrier Busters; The Corner Health Center (Board Member); works alongside the Washtenaw County Sheriff's office on the Victims Service Unit and sits on the Washtenaw County Suicide Prevention Coalition (Washtenaw Alive).
For over a decade, Edwina worked as a psychotherapist providing short-term therapy for students, specializing with students in crisis at Washtenaw Community College located in Ann Arbor Michigan. She also served as a Student Advisor and Resource Specialist for Career Planning and Placement at WCC. After retiring she went on to established her private practice, Time to Talk Therapy.
Edwina works as a psychotherapist with clients in crisis.
As the founder of Family Crisis Center of Washtenaw, Edwina Jarrett is currently offering Grief and Loss, Parent Empowerment Cafe,Domestic Violence Survivor groups and workshops that include Coping Skills for Professionals, Responding to the First Responders, Self-Empowerment During a Climate of Change.
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Family Crisis Center of Washtenaw -Executive Director
Kathy Arnold is the Executive Director at Family Crisis Center of Washtenaw with over thirty years in business/marketing/project management. As an ordained minister, resource specialist, safe talk and CISM (Critical Incident Stress Management)team member she encourages those who are in crisis to move forward in their lives. She has coordinated many community outreach programs such as Community Mental Health Canopy, Men’s Outreach, Health fairs, Job fairs, Summer Youth Programs and teaches self-esteem, positive attitude, and anger control workshops.
In an effort to be a “good neighbor” and build community with our neighboring counties, Family Crisis Center of Washtenaw would like to establish Family Crisis Centers in Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, Oakland, and Wayne counties. Moving forward Family Crisis Center of Washtenaw will provide links for disaster training and certification through established resources. Before a disaster we will be there supporting each other by sharing knowledge and training that could save a life, and encourage others to lend a helping hand to those in need during disaster. Through training and building teams in each county we will gain the confidence needed to meet the needs of communities in each county when confronted with disaster. We will provide information to those interested in certified disaster training,and help network with current agencies within in each county that can share a wealth of information and disaster experience to build more "ready" teams.
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MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID CLASSES
Adult Mental Health First Aid
(To respond to other adults)
March 1 & 2
June 7 & 8
September 6 & 7
December 6 & 7
Youth Mental Health First Aid
(To respond to adolescents ages 12-18)
March 22 & 23
June 21 & 22
September 20 & 21
December 13 & 14
12 noon – 4:30 pm (both days)
Washtenaw County Learning Resource Center
4135 Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor MI
Cost: $20 (includes participant manual)
FRIDAY, 9/29/17 OUT OF THE DARKNESS Community Walk
Easter Michigan University LAKE HOUSE
WALK TO FIGHT SUICIDE
Register at 3pm- walk at 4pm
Register today at afsp.org/
September 26-28, 2017 in Gaylord (CONFERENCE)
Ellison Place 150 Dale Dr. Gaylord MI 49735
September 25th at 12:00 noon EDT (WEBINAR)
Join us on Monday, September 25th at 12 noon ET for a talk with
Friday, September 8th 2017-9am-3pm
VA Ann Arbor Mental Health Summit
Pioneer High School 601 W. Stadium Blvd. Ann Arbor MImore info 734-975-0238
May 21, 2017 Friday
Manchester High Suicide Prevention Walk
Walk Location: Carr Park - Manchester
Check-in/Registration Time: 05/21/2017 at 2:30 pm
Walk Begins: 3:00 pm
Walk Ends: 5:00 pm
For more information, please contact:
Contact Name: Megan Linski
Contact Phone: 734-478-7293
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday May 4, 2017 4-7pm
Children's Mental Health Awareness Day Walk and Rally
Claude Allison Park
18250 Beech Daly Rd.
Redford, MI 48240
More info: Youth United 313-344-9099 email: email@example.com
May 3,2017 Wednesday 6-9pm
Rethinking Mental Health One Story At a Time
Wayne County Community College District
Heinz C. Prechter Educational and Performing Arts Center
21000 Northline Road
Taylor, MI 48180
A link to register for tickets to an upcoming screening of ‘Death is Not The Answer’ on May 3.
Little Theater in The Refuge Center
Located in the First Baptist Church
1110 W Cross St
Ypsilanti, MI 48197www.refugecenter.net/movies.html
FREE FAMILY ACCEPTANCE PROJECT TRAINING ON HELPING DIVERSE FAMILIES TO SUPPORT THEIR LGBT CHILDREN
The Family Acceptance Project (FAP) is providing a free full-day training on April 25 in Detroit, MI for health, mental health, social service and school-based providers, families and religious leaders on FAP’s research-based family support approach for helping diverse families learn to support their LGBT children. A critical aspect of FAP's prevention and intervention approach is suicide prevention.
The training will include: learning about FAP’s foundational approaches to decrease family rejection and increase family support, including how to apply FAP’s key research findings and using FAP’s multicultural family education resources with diverse families; strategies for helping ethnically, racially and religiously diverse families to support their LGBT children; and helping providers and others to apply research-based FAP’s family support approach in diverse practice settings.The training is free and offers 5 CEUs. For information on registering for the training contact: firstname.lastname@example.org