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Skill Share Program

Learn about resiliency, overcoming challenges, flexible thinking and more

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The Wiesbaden Library presents its first Skill Share Program on resiliency, overcoming challenges, flexible thinking and problem-solving -- presented by Licensed Professional Counselor Dr. Stephanie Morse.

Dr. Stephanie Morse obtained her undergraduate degree from Michigan State University where she also participated in the ROTC program until her subsequent commission as an officer in the U.S. Army. Morse served in the Army National Guard, U.S. Army Reserves and on active duty in the Army from 2006-2014. She completed her graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a subsequent certificate in Addictions Studies. She has provided clinical counseling and psychotherapy in both civilian and military sectors for adults, couples, children and groups. She currently serves as a GS civilian and practices as a Licensed Professional Counselor, specializing in trauma and substance use disorders. In her personal time, Stephanie is a mother, the spouse of an Active Duty Army Soldier, and loves to travel.

Come to the library to hear her unique experiences. Target audience is adults only. A G-rated movie in the children's room will be shown during the same time for adults wishing to attend but have trouble finding child care.

Refreshments will be provided.

*** Anyone interested in sharing their own special skill in the future is asked contact the library by email at



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