Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Workshop to address unique issues facing community

CAROL A. CLARK,, Monitor Staff Writer

Lisa Etzel, M.A., LPCC, and Lashauna Hedtke, M.A., LMHC, from Corazon Behavioral Health Services will present a workshop titled "Living in Los Alamos - What it's really like in this unusual town."

The workshop is set to take place from 1-4 p.m. Saturday at Family Strengths Network in the Pueblo Complex at 1900 Diamond Drive.

"I feel like this community, at times, needs a place for understanding and expressing what it's like to live and work in this unusual town," Etzel said. "Especially during this huge time of change because of the new laboratory management contract. As an agency, we would like to provide that opportunity to the members of this community."

Saturday's workshop is essentially divided into three one-hour topics:


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Conehead business casual attire required for the workshop: "Highwater" double-knit polyester pants, white socks, "Hushpuppy" shoes, and, of course, bolo tie.
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