EVENTS & NEWS
WORKSHOPS AND LECTURES
TO BOOK A WORKSHOP WITH AUTHOR & INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS, DR. MARIE DEZELIC &
DR. GABRIEL GHANOUM
PLEASE SEND A REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO:
1 (305) 775-1031
TO BOOK AN ART WORKSHOP WITH ARTIST & CREATIVE COACH CHADY ELIAS
www.ChadyArt.com or email
1 (305) 967-8103
COMBINATION PACKAGES ARE AVAILABLE TO MEET YOUR GROUP'S NEEDS
Dr. Dezelic presents at various national and international psychology conferences and spiritual venues.
HELPING THE HOMELESS...
Meaningful opportunities to make a difference in the lives of others!
Part of a great project, where the Artist- Chady Elias will transform the spiritual center of Camillus House through creative art, while incorporating and inspiring the helping hands of the homeless who utilize this facility. Camillus House, a Christian homeless shelter organization, carries out its mission to “respect life” through a “continuum of care” by providing the direct human services of shelter, food, clothing, medical health care, behavioral health and addiction counseling, and job training to the poor and homeless in South Florida.
“Homeless, but not Heartless.
Helping hands with homeless, to survive, revive, and thrive, through bio-psycho-social-spiritual programs and supportive care.”
(Marie S. Dezelic, PhD and Gabriel Ghanoum, PsyD)
For more information on Camillus House and how to donate, visit:
Artist and Creative Coach- Chady Elias: Artwork and Workshops
FACES (Foundation Advancing Cultural & Economic Survival),
along with the donations of the many donors funded and supported the making of this unique documentary film by two-time Emmy award winner, Robyn Symon.
To see more about the work that FACES is doing around the world...
In January 2013 the Torch of TurtleWill's work with Malian Tuareg was passed to FACES and Caravan to Class. TurtleWill and FACES share a personal commitment to helping the Tuareg, a unique people, retain their traditions and dignity. FACES, with a generous donation from TurtleWill now supports the Malian Refugee Min-Business Programs in Burkina Faso promoting economic self-sufficiency for 218 men and women. FACES is also providing food, medical support and housing for 5 refugee sites and over 600 refugees. Our goal is to continue helping these refugees until they can safely return to their homes in Mali. Once back home, FACES and Caravan to Class will work together to ensure that Tuareg children will be able to resume their education.
Dr. Marie Dezelic supports FACES Inc., and holds the position of Vice President on the Board of Directors.