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May 03, 1991 - Image 74

Resource type:
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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-03

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CHOOSING A THERAPIST

Perhaps you've been more and
more depressed lately. Possibly
you're burdened by a personal loss.
Maybe you can no longer bury trau-
matic events from your past. It could
be the stress of a more complicated
life which overwhelms the coping
skills that used to serve you well.
There are many reasons one might
need to find a good therapist. But
how do you choose the right one for
you?
Consider the importance of getting
to know someone with whom you are
about to enter a serious relationship.
Find out if the therapist has experience
dealing with your issues. Determine if
the person "speaks your language."
Ask about fees and what happens if
your insurance doesn't cover the
service or when your benefits expire.
What credentials should your
therapist have? Although the State of
Michigan authorizes clinical social
workers, psychiatrists, and clinical
psychologists to receive insurance
reimbursement, anyone can refer to
herself/himself as a therapist or a
counselor. Along with their diploma,
therapists should display their license
or certification to practice in their
offices.
You may not be aware that choos-
ing a social worker at an agency
accredited by the Council on Accredi-
tation, such as Jewish Family Service,
assures you that certain standards are
met. Our Clinical Social Workers
must:

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- protect client confidentiality and
safeguard other client rights which
are mandated by Board policy and
explained to each client.
- have a Masters in Social Work
degree.
- be certified by the State of
Michigan
-fulfill ongoing educational require-
ments
- have professional supervision by
someone with advanced creden-
tials,
- follow a code of ethics of the
National Association of Social
Workers and/or the Federation of
Clinical Societies.
Additionally, Jewish Family Service
offers its clinical staff the advantage of
ongoing consultation and supervision.
To broaden their knowledge base,
outside professionals are engaged to
discuss such topics as eating disorders,
playtherapy:working with children,
short term treatment and other issues.
When choosing a therapist, please
remember that the Clinical Social
Workers at Jewish Family Service
meet all the qualifications of their pro-
fession. We are committed to provid-
ing you with high quality professional
services in a friendly and supportive
environment.
When you don't know where to
turn, turn to the professionals at
Jewish Family Service. We are here
to serve you.



CHEERS TO VOLUNTEERS!

Jewish Family Service and Resettlement Service salute their wonderful
volunteers who are involved in the following programs:
TRANSLATORS
DRIVERS
CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH TUTORS
OFFICE ASSISTANTS
RESETTLEMENT WAREHOUSE
FRIENDLY VISITORS
VOLUNTEER SERVICES COMMITTEE
GROCERY SHOPPERS
NURSING HOME 'VISITATION
TUTORING

J.F.S. HONORS VOLUNTEERS

The Volunteer Services Department
has sponsored an annual recognition
luncheon for twenty years to honor
and thank our many volunteers. This
year the luncheon will be held on
Thursday, June 13 at 12:00 noon at
the Fleischman Residence in West

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Bloomfield.
The entertainment will be provided
by Stanislav Kozadayev, a seven year
old Russian boy who is a violin
prodigy. His mother, Adel, will
accompany him on the piano.

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CROSSWORD PUZZLE CLUES

By Margaret Weiner

Across
1. Greek with big family
problems
7. Organ lost by 1
8. Saddle parts
14. Set of beliefs
17. Kind of feedback
18. Big hunter
20. Trumpet call
22. By
24. Note
25. Whale
27. List of candidates
29. Knowledge
30. J.F.S. Supervisor
33. Bigfoot wears these
34. Courtyards
35. Poetic adverb
36. Lone
37. Little one
39. Sgt.,e.g.
41. Strain
43. Mardi Gras club
45. Chemical suffix
46. First step in becoming a
JFS client
49. W.W.I. site of gas warfare
50. About
51. Title
53. For each
54. 37's favorite word
55. Popular JFS prefix
58. JFS Dept. of
Services
59. Craving
62. Always on my mind
64. Norma
65. Slang for Australian native
68. Acute
69. Not any
out
71. Scrape by:
72. Approx.

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28. Family at the O.K. Corral
31. Red
32. Scholarship grant
38. Poetry form
40. Approvals
42. Wandering
43. Mythical monster
44. Said again
46. A JFS concern
47. Corners
48. Eagle's nest
52. Another JFS concern:
parent
family
56. JFS program of Home

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75. Leavening agent
76. Dizzy
78. Initials with serious
greetings
79. Furtive glances
80. Toward
81. Biblical adverb
82. Sum total
83. Welsh pa
84. Greek mountain
86. Etna site
88. Easy to handle
89. Avarice
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92. Dueling foils
93. A wee drop
94. Go under
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good: Danny Kaye
2. The auld sod
3. Guide
4. River in Italy
5. Major and minor prey of 18
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6. Fine sand
7. Being
8. One of Great Harry's
Catherines
9. Miner's delight
10. Note
11. Kind of code
12. Grant
13. Preserve
15. City with a famous bridge
16. JFS clinician's degree
19. Trireme equipment
20. Shut
21. Loamy deposit
23. Note

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60. Mexican money
61. Fabrics
63. Norse pantheon
66. Nautical floats
67. Extra $ in agency budget
70. Education Doctorate
72. Numbers people
73. Office slang for pronto
75. Mongol tent
77. Jerk
82. Limb
85. Perform
87. Occur
89. Where Sherman marched to
the sea
90. Prefix
Look for hints to the answers of
this crossword by reading the
articles in the JFS Insider. The
key to this crossword puzzle
will appear in the next JFS
Insider or call Louise Hacker at
559-1500 for an advanced copy
of the answer key.



ANSWER KEY

Be A Friend of the Family.
COMING SOON. . .

Your Invitation to the Jewish Family Service

FIRST ANNUAL
MEMBERSHIP TEA

Your invitation to this unique event will be arriving in your
mailbox this summer. We promise you will have no regrets!

Below is the answer key to the Fall 1990 JFS INSIDER crossword puzzle by
Margaret Weiner, Associate Executive Director of Jewish Family Service.

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