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Summer 2014 CE Opportunities

We hope to see you at one of the many continuing education opportunities we have planned!

Atlanta Opportunities:

 Psychopharmacology

 When: Saturday, July 12, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

 Where: Room 303 in the McCarty Building – Richmont Graduate University, 2055 Mt. Paran Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30327

 Presenter: Shaw Wendi Fortuchang, MD

 Topic: This workshop is designed as an introduction to psychopharmacology. Major emphasis will be on understanding neurologic substrates that are targeted with medications, recognizing the major classes of medication, understanding how medications are chosen, major side effects and how to assess and refer for medication.

As a result of this seminar, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the neurologic theory behind the use of medications.

  • Utilize a working knowledge of the major classes of medication and individual medications in each class.

  • Describe medical conditions, which may mimic or complicate mental disorders.

CE Credit: 3 NBCC-Approved Clock Hours Awarded. 3 CE Approved Clock Hours for Psychologists.

Cost: $50

*Register HERE

*Info Link: http://richmont.edu/events

 *Note: Richmont is opening a portion of this course to Richmont alumni and the surrounding community for Continuing Education Credit. This event is not sponsored by the alumni association and does not fall under the benefits of founding membership status. Also, meals will not be provided for this event. Refunds available upon request through July 10, 2014.

 

Prepare-Enrich Certification Workshop

When: Saturday, August 16, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where: McCarty Building – Richmont Graduate University, 2055 Mt. Paran Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30327

Presenter: Todd Sandel, LMFT

CE Credit: 7 CE credits

Cost: $150 (RGU Discount), $175 (Guests). Price includes all training materials and DVD kit.

*Register HERE

* For more information or to register by August 9, 2014, email info@lifegatecenter.org or call 404-842-3150

*Note: Richmont only serves as host for this event. A continental breakfast will be provided with lunch on your own.

 

Chattanooga Opportunities:

Foundations of Supervision

When: Friday, June 13, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Where: Finley Hall – Richmont Graduate University, 1815 McCallie Avenue, Chattanooga, TN 37404

Presenter: Cara Cochran, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT

Topic: Supervisory relationships are among the most important foundational aspects of a counselor’s career. An encouraging, challenging supervisor can help a student intern or a graduate seeking licensure find his or her strengths, and develop as a professional. Supervision that encourages growth requires intentional investment into the lives of these individuals on the path to independent practice.  During this workshop, participants will discuss the basic requirements for supervision, the legal and ethical aspects of supervision, and the practical aspects of supervision.

 Within the context of this 5 hour workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Articulate the motivation and basic requirements of the supervisory relationship.

  • Describe the legal and ethical aspects of supervision.

  • Discuss the practical aspects of supervision, including the supervisor contract.

CE Credit: Five NBCC-approved clock hours awarded. Five CE Clock Hours Awarded to Psychologists.

Cost: Richmont Legacy & Founding Alumni members, Clinical Supervisors, Faculty, Staff, and Students are Free. Basic Alumni Association members are $30. Non-members and friends of alumni are $75.

*Register HERE

*Info Link:  www.richmont.edu/events

*Note: Lunch will be on your own. Also, refunds are available if requested by June 11, 2014.

 

Questions about these CE events? Contact Autumn Stephenson at astephenson@richmont.edu or 423-648-2679.

 Richmont Graduate University is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. Richmont Graduate University is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Richmont Graduate University maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

 

 

Richmont Hosts May Graduation with 75 Students

ATLANTA, GA – (May 16, 2014)

On Saturday, May 10, 75 students participated in the university’s spring graduation ceremony. The university awarded degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy, Christian Psychological Studies and Professional Counseling. Of special note, this year also marked the first class to graduate from Richmont’s School of Ministry.

“Graduation is always such a special time to celebrate each of Richmont’s graduates and their years of diligent work,” said Bob Rodgers, Richmont’s President. “It was also a wonderful time of acknowledging the Lord’s faithfulness and hand of provision at work in Richmont and in the lives of each student.”

In addition to honoring this year’s graduates, Richmont named Kenyon Knapp as 2014’s Distinguished Alumnus. A 2005 Richmont graduate, Knapp serves as the Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs and is a tenured Associate Professor of Counseling at Mercer University in Atlanta, where he teaches master’s and doctoral level courses.  Kenyon founded and is the chairman of the Mercer Atlanta Research Conference; represents Counselor Education research with selective membership on the Institutional Review Board; and is a Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges Evaluator and CACREP Site Team Chair. Apart from the academic world, Knapp loves to serve the Lord through international missions work and crisis counseling.

Similarly, Ronald Bunger, Richmont’s Chattanooga campus librarian, received this year’s Peterson Award for the commitment and service he has shown to the university that has consistently exceeded his job demands and institutional expectations. Bunger has faithfully served the university for 10 years and is well regarded by students, faculty and staff.

As the first graduates from Richmont’s School of Ministry assembled on stage to receive their diplomas, Dr. Leland Eliason, Dean of the School of Ministry said flashes of individual student responses to the Ministry degree program passed through his mind, several of which included:

  • “I gained a vision to reach out to those who have given up on church through a course that at first I thought would be unhelpful!”
  • “For the first time in my life I have an understanding of the Trinity – it has renewed my understanding of God.”
  • “I’ve released and been freed from a load of hurt and resentment. I am ready and anxious to give my life in service to the Lord.”

Reflecting on graduation and on the past two years, Eliason said, “What a privilege it has been to be part of the launch of this program! These are graduates that I am very proud of and I believe they will be effective in transformational ministry for the rest of their lives!”

This year’s graduation also honored Dr. DeAnne Terrell for 15 years of service as the Dean of Students at Richmont. At the end of May, she will be transitioning to extend her talents and leadership capabilities as a professor at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.

“DeAnne has expertly and steadfastly served at Richmont,” said Rodgers. “She is a thought leader in the field and is exceptionally beloved by students and staff both past and present. She is irreplaceable member on this team and has been a true gift to us.”

While students, faculty and staff know Richmont will not be the same without Dr. Terrell everyone is excited to rejoice with her in this next season. Thankfully, she will remain an adjunct professor at Richmont and will return to Atlanta in order to occasionally teach counseling courses.

*Photo Credit: Josh Booth Photography

Richmont Receives Continuing Education Provider Status from the American Psychological Association

Atlanta, GA and Chattanooga, TN – (May 7, 2014)

This spring, Richmont was awarded Continuing Education (CE) Provider status by the American Psychological Association (APA). This status denotes Richmont as an approved provider offering continuing education courses to psychologists. The university’s application was not only approved, but received a five year status which is the highest level awarded to an academic institution.

“We are thrilled to have our application for CE Provider status receive such incredible validation from the American Psychological Association,” said Richmont’s President, Bob Rodgers. “Our current CE events have a high level of participation and we look forward to leveraging our networks and providing more resources for local counselors, therapists and psychologist in the future.”

Presently, Richmont hosts continuing education events throughout the year with the next event occurring on the university’s Atlanta campus on May 16, 2014.

“It is an honor for our Continuing Education program to be recognized in this way by the American Psychological Association,” said Autumn Stephens, Director of Career Services. “It demonstrates the standard of excellence we strive to maintain as an institution within our Continuing Education program. It also shows our commitment to advancing the education of our alumni beyond their time as a student.”

Richmont student, Sylvain Panu, Presents Research at the Southeastern Psychological Association’s Annual Conference

ATLANTA, GA – (March 10, 2014)

 

Master’s student, Sylvain Panu, represented Richmont Graduate University at the Southeastern Psychological Association’s (SEPA) annual conference on Friday, March 7. Panu, who submitted a presentation proposal last fall, was selected to present his thesis research via a poster session at the 2014 conference in Nashville, Tennessee. Mentored by Richmont faculty members Dr. Mary Plisco and John Hughes, Panu’s thesis is titled: The Effects of Traditional Martial Arts on Mindfulness and Psychological Well-Being.

“I was excited to present my thesis research because martial arts have had a huge impact on my life,” said Panu. “I love the idea of using activities as a part of therapy. I am looking forward to combining a passion of mine with psychology and adding to a body of research that will hopefully support martial arts as an effective form of intervention in therapy.”

“In his exploration of traditional martial arts and their relationship to a person’s development of mindfulness and general psychological well-being, Sylvain has been able to take a passion of his and lay the groundwork for some potentially impactful research,” said Hughes. “His study combines a timely topic with ancient traditions, and honors the Creator and created by addressing the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. I am glad to have had the opportunity to join Sylvain in this journey and am very proud of what he has been able to accomplish thus far.”

According to SEPA’s web site, they represent the “…largest psychological organization in the southeast and one of largest in the United States.” Seeking to “…advance psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare…” SEPA’s mission is “…to stimulate the exchange of scientific and professional ideas across the diverse areas of psychological inquiry and application.”

“Richmont has, for many years, had a significant presence at the SEPA conference,” said Bob Rodgers, Richmont’s President. “We are proud of Sylvain’s work, thankful for two incredible faculty mentors and are pleased to contribute to initiate a new discussion on such an important research topic.”

Richmont Faculty, Staff and Students Prepare to Present at the Christian Association for Psychological Studies Annual Conference

ATLANTA, GA – (March 7, 2014)

This April 3-5, more than 20 Richmont faculty members, current students and alumni will be presenting at the Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS) annual conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference, according to the CAPS web site, “…brings students, professors, clinicians, researchers, pastors and others around the integration of the behavioral sciences and Christian faith and spirituality.”

The three-day conference will offer plenary sessions and workshops that span a wide range of psychological conversations. At a number of these sessions, individuals affiliated with Richmont will offer presentations and poster sessions. Additionally, several Richmont faculty members are serving in conference leadership positions and as track coordinators.  Specifically, Dr. Dan Sartor and Dr. Mary Plisco are serving as the Assistant Conference Coordinator and the Volunteer Coordinator, respectively. Similarly, Drs. Tim Sisemore, Keny Felix, Jim Siwy, and DeAnne Terrell are serving as coordinators for the Academic/Research, Clinical Practice and Cross-Cultural/International Tracks.

“This CAPS conference is a wonderful opportunity for Richmont faculty and students to share their contributions to the fields of counseling and psychology with their peers and the community at large,” said Bob Rodgers, Richmont’s President. “We are incredibly grateful to have so many thought leaders at Richmont and are looking forward to a successful conference.”

This year, presentations by Richmont faculty and students include the following:

Thursday:

-Dr. Timothy Sisemore (Richmont faculty) will present: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Overview of a Christian Translation.

-Melanie Barefield (Richmont alumna) will present: Coping Processes and Social Support as Variables that Impact Well-Being in Couples Struggling with Infertility.

-Danielle Evans (Richmont alumna) and Dr. Keny Felix (Richmont faculty) will present: Missionary Adjustment in Relationship to Traumatic Stress, Preparation, and Sense of Community.

-Nathan Sharp (Richmont student) and Dr. Dan Sartor (Richmont faculty) will present: Grace and Shame as Factors of Disclosure or Concealment of Same-Sex Attraction among Men from Christian Families of Origin.

Friday:

-Dr. Marty Goehring (Richmont Clinical faculty) and Laurel Burnett will present: A Church-Based Model for Community Counseling Services: Ethical and Cultural Considerations.

-Dr. Amanda Blackburn (Richmont faculty), Kim Eckert, E. Nicole Saylor, Dr. Jana Pressley (Richmont Adjunct faculty), & Kelly Flanagan will present: Fostering Childhood Attachment and Nurturing Your Career: Stories from Psychologist Moms.

-Vanessa Snyder (Richmont Adjunct faculty) will present: Research on Best Practices in Treatment of Girls and Women in Sex Trafficking Shelters: A Holistic Approach.

Friday poster sessions will include:

-Dr. Timothy Sisemore (Richmont faculty) and Rodger Bufford will present: Worldview Foundations for a Christian Psychology.

-Pearl Brown (Richmont student) will present: Shame Experienced from Childhood Sexual Abuse: Is Grace a Moderator?

-Ashley Dillon (Richmont student) and Dr. Timothy Sisemore (Richmont faculty) will present: Adopting Parents’ View of Grace and Report of Behavior and Mood of Biological Children Before and After the Adoption of a Sibling.

-Jessica Richards (Richmont Student) and Dr. James Siwy (Richmont Adjunct faculty) will present: The Impact of Process Groups on Community: A Survey of Perceived Cohesion and Implications for Church Communities.

-Kristina Tucker (Richmont student) and Dr. Timothy Sisemore (Richmont faculty) will present: Religious Coping and Quality of Life in Women with Chronic Pelvic Pain Conditions.

-Dr. Jama White (Richmont faculty), Dr. Evalin Rhodes-Hanshew (Richmont faculty), Dr. Mary Keeley Plisco (Richmont faculty), Dr. Keny Felix (Richmont faculty), and Dr. DeAnne Terrell(Richmont faculty) will present: Cultivating Empathy Skills: A Counselor Education Intervention.

-Dr. Timothy Sisemore (Richmont faculty) will also facilitate a Christian Psychology special interest group meeting on Friday evening.

Saturday:

-Jenna Riemersma (Richmont student) and Dr. Michael Sytsma (Richmont Clinical faculty) will present: A New Generation of Sexual Addiction: Etiology and Treatment Implication. 

-Stanley Hoover (Richmont alumnus) will present: Healing the Broken Hearted, Binding their Wounds: Religious Coping in Response to Trauma. 

-Dr. Kevin Eames (Richmont Adjunct faculty) will present: The Cognitive Science of Religion: The Revival of Faculty Psychology.

-Dr. Timothy Sisemore (Richmont faculty), and Dr. Amanda Blackburn (Richmont faculty), and Rodger Bufford will present: Dimensions of Grace.

Saturday poster sessions will include:

-Dr. Jana Pressley (Richmont Adjunct faculty), Rachel Smith (Richmont alumna), Laura Waters, Karisa Smith, and Ryan Abraham will present: Connections between Trauma, Survival, and Resilience in the Inner City: Preliminary Results from a Qualitative Study.

-Drs. Douglas Rosenau and Michael Sytsma (Richmont Clinical faculty) will host a post-conference workshop on: The Disciplines of Intimacy: Experiencing Passionate Lovemaking.

Richmont Students Garner 98% Passing Record on National Counselor Examination

ATLANTA, GA and CHATTANOOGA, TN – (August 13, 2013)

In April, 62 of Richmont’s graduating students took the National Counselor Examination for Licensure and Certification (NCE) and scored and exceptionally high passing rate of 98.39% for the year.

When the NCE results were combined for Richmont’s Atlanta and Chattanooga campuses students’ scores surpassed the scores of other students from both CACREP accredited and Non-CACREP accredited institutions who took the exam in every single category.

“This year’s NCE scores simply confirm what many of us already knew: that the students and faculty at Richmont are incredibly talented,” said President Bob Rodgers. “The Board of Trustees and I are extremely proud of the quality of Richmont’s faculty and the performance of each of our students! This year’s passing rate and individual scores are not only nationally impressive, but they continue a well-established legacy of students score in the 90th percentile on the NCE.”

According to the National Board of Certified Counselors, the NCE is used to “…assess knowledge, skills, and abilities viewed as important for providing effective counseling services… It is intended to assess cognitive knowledge which should be known by all counselors regardless of their individual professional specialties.” After completing the four hour, 200 multiple choice question exam, students who satisfactorily perform on the NCE are eligible to become a National Certified Counselor (NCC). A passing score on the NCE is required for licensure as a professional counselor in most states, including Georgia and Tennessee.

“We are tremendously proud of our recent graduates who took the NCE,” said Dr. Keny Felix, Dean of the School of Counseling. “This year’s scores continue to reflect the high degree of academic excellence at Richmont. We look forward to our graduates’ continued success as they enter the mental health field and fulfill their calling as professional counselors.”

Richmont hosts Dr. Becky Beaton of TLC’s “Hoarding: Buried Alive” and the Chattanooga Area Psychotherapy Association

Chattanooga, Tennessee – (June 6, 2013)

The Chattanooga Area Psychotherapy Association (CAPA) is sponsoring a seminar on hoarding featuring Dr. Becky Beaton from TLC’s hit show “Hoarding: Buried Alive” on Richmont’s Chattanooga campus on Friday, June 14.

Event Link:

http://capaweb.net/Default.aspx?pageId=1178413&eventId=685636&EventViewMode=EventDe tails

Through this one-day workshop, participants will have the opportunity to obtain 6 continuing education credits. During the seminar, the following learning objectives will be accomplished:

  1. Explain the new DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for Hoarding Disorder, including the latest research and treatment.

  2. Discuss events throughout history such as war, the Great Depression, and natural disasters that effect multiple generations regarding attachment.

  3. Examine the etiology and progressive nature of this disorder, including the role that trauma, loss, and aging play in its development.

  4. Demonstrate treatment through film clips of Dr. Beaton and other experts treating clients on the television series “Hoarding: Buried Alive.”

  5. Participants will also explore their own attachment patterns regarding belongings.

While serving as one of TLC’s featured psychologists, Dr. Beaton is also the Director of the Anxiety and Stress Management Institute in Atlanta, GA. Her one-day clinic will help Southeastern clinicians better recognize and treat hoarding behaviors in their clients.

Richmont Graduate University is pleased to partner with CAPA by providing the venue for this seminar and hopes to continue collaborating in the future.

Henegar/CBI Counseling Center Clinician Comments on Adoption and Child Adaptability

Chattanooga, Tennessee – (May 17, 2013)

As Centerstone Foster Care is actively looking for more foster parents throughout Southeast Tennessee, Ed Doreau, of the Henegar/CBI Counseling Center, spoke with reporters from WDEF in Chattanooga and offered valuable clinical insights into child adoption and pre-adoption trauma. For WDEF’s full story and video, click here.

During his time with WDEF, Doreau confirmed that, in adoptive situations, children certainly can adapt, and, in some cases, to impressive degrees.

“”Adopted kids often come into the new family with a traumatic background,” said Doreau. “Even children who are adopted early may have been born addicted to drugs and have behavioral problems as a result.  It is important for the adopting families to know that they are not alone, there are resources and people who are willing to walk alongside them in this journey of caring for kids with trauma.”

Doreau, who recently joined the Henegar/CBI team, is a master’s level clinician who has invested much of his career and academic life focusing on the needs of teenage males as well as helping individuals struggling with addictions. He also has training in Motivational Interviewing, a mode of therapy seen as particularly helpful with addictions. He is currently accepting new clients.

For more than 30 years, the Henegar/CBI Counseling Center has offered a broad range of counseling and psychological services to the Chattanooga community. Pursuing the highest professional standards, Henegar/CBI’s licensed psychologists, marriage and family therapists, counselors, and insured student interns provide approximately 1,400 client sessions per month for residents throughout Eastern Tennessee. To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, call: 423-756-2894 or visit: www.cbicounseling.com. Open five days a week, the counseling center’s physical address is: 1815 McCallie Avenue, Chattanooga, TN 37404.

Richmont Confers Degrees on 83 Students in the Largest Graduating Class to Date

Atlanta, Georgia – (May 13, 2013)

On Saturday, May 11, the Board of Trustees at Richmont Graduate University conferred Master’s degrees on 83 candidates. As the university’s largest graduating class to date, 46 students received their Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, 31 received their Master of Arts in Professional Counseling, and 4 received a Master of Science in Christian Psychological Studies. An honorary doctorate celebrating Hugh Huffaker’s generous gifts of time, talent and treasure was also awarded. Additionally, one degree was awarded posthumously for Richmont student, Shelley Byers, who passed away earlier this year.

“The day was a beautiful celebration of God’s faithfulness, the devotion of the graduates, and the love and support of all the family and friends who were there,” said Richmont’s Dean of Students, Dr. DeAnne Terrell. “Our goal is always to bring God glory throughout the ceremony and our hearts are full of gratitude for the great things He has done.

In addition to honoring this year’s graduates, Richmont named Elizabeth Dial as 2013’s Distinguished Alumna. A Nationally Certified Licensed Professional Counselor, Dial now uses her Richmont training in private practice at Serenity Counseling & Consulting, as a staff psychotherapist for the North Georgia Health District and as a contracted trainer through Emory University’s SEATEC program.

Similarly, Moose Lutes, Richmont’s Director of Financial Aid, received this year’s Peterson Award for the commitment and service he has shown to the university that has consistently exceeded his job demands and institutional expectations.

The university was also pleased to host Dr. Timothy Irwin as this year’s graduation speaker. As a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Irwin is an acclaimed author on leadership, a managing partner of IrwinInc., and a trusted consultant for some of the nation’s most successful companies including SunTrust Banks, Chick-fil-A, IBM, Gerber Products Company, The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company, The Coca-Cola Company, and Turner Broadcasting Systems. His leadership guidance has also been featured on Fox News, via the Catalyst conference, and in publications such as Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and Investor’s Business Daily.

Speaking to Richmont’s newest graduates, Dr. Irwin encouraged students from Proverbs 4:23 and offered them several practical steps to take in avoiding the pitfalls that could disqualify them from leading, including: adopting a practice of frequent and rigorous self awareness; handling power with great care; speaking the truth of scripture into their lives; and creating a personal board of advisors. Overall, he graciously reminded students that their hearts are the core of their being and, even with all their excellent training, they should not get caught up in self-importance, but rather serve with humility.

Reflecting on the day, Dr. Keny Felix, Dean of the School of Counseling said, “Graduation is one of our most exciting times of the year. It is the culmination of years of diligent work on the part of students as they prepare to enter the field as counselors and marriage and family therapists or serve through various forms of ministry. We are certainly proud of the Class of 2013 and give God the glory for the privilege of witnessing his transformation in their lives during their tenure at Richmont. We are also grateful for the family members and friends who saw them through this season of their lives.”

Richmont Graduate University Names Bob Rodgers New President

Effective immediately, Robert G. (Bob) Rodgers, Jr. has been named President by the Richmont Graduate University Board of Trustees.

“Richmont is a highly respected university with excellent academic programs and a strong reputation and legacy,” said Rodgers. “We have incredible students, dedicated and gifted faculty and staff, and we are positioned to grow substantially in both the School of Counseling and the School of Ministry. I look forward to seeing Richmont’s students and staff transform lives and communities in even greater measure going forward.”

A former university trustee and donor, Rodgers joined the staff in 2010 in order to lead the university’s development efforts. He has served as Richmont’s Executive Vice President since 2011. As Executive Vice President, Rodgers has also held the position of COO, overseeing of the day-to-day operations of the university.

Before joining Richmont’s staff, Rodgers’ was the Founder and President of Quantum Search and has more than 24 years in leadership development, consulting and executive search in the not-for-profit, healthcare and general corporate arenas. He also previously served as Vice President of a nationwide restaurant company, with oversight responsibilities for 20,000+ associates in 21states.

“We are so fortunate to have found such a strong leader who already understands and believes in the mission of Richmont,” said Board Chair Jan Linder. “His presence provides exactly what we need at this strategically important time in our history.”

As an academic institution, Richmont currently hosts two campuses in Atlanta, Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee. Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Richmont offers master’s-level training in professional counseling to help individuals, families and groups successfully confront life’s challenges. The mission of Richmont Graduate University is to provide Christ-centered education and research that advances God’s work of healing, restoration, and transformation in the lives of individuals, churches and communities. Presently, students have the opportunity to pursue master’s degrees in: Professional Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Ministry, and Christian Psychological Studies as well as specializations in addictions, child and adolescent therapy, sex therapy, spirituality and counseling, and trauma counseling.

Additionally, in order to tangibly serve Richmont’s campus communities, the university hosts a network of Hope Counseling Centers throughout metro Atlanta, as well as the Henegar/CBI Counseling and Richmont Community Counseling Centers in Chattanooga. These centers offer counseling/mental health services to children, adults, families and groups of all walks of life, regardless of their insurance status.

For more information please contact: Jennifer Cooper
President’s Office
(404)835-6117

www.richmont.edu