Welcome to Enterprise, Oregon

I’m in Enterprise, Oregon today and tomorrow morning. I got here Sunday evening after a winding ride through forests and mountains. Yes, I’m in Eastern Oregon. Even I, having attended Mount Hood Community College and Oregon State University, had no idea there were forests and mountains in Enterprise.

The scenes are seriously amazing, but the people at the Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness-where I’m doing a series of presentations on suicide assessment and prevention-are no less amazing. I’ve been VERY pleasantly surprised at the quality, competence, and kindness of the staff and community.

Just in case you’re interested, below I’m posting ppts for my three different presentations. They overlap, but are somewhat distinct.

Here’s the one-hour intro:

Here’s the two-hour session for clinicians and staff:

Here’s the upcoming 90 minute session for the community:

And here’s a view!

5 thoughts on “Welcome to Enterprise, Oregon”

  1. Hey John,

    Wallowa County is one of my favorite places! I just spent two weeks there this summer and taught at the Fishtrap Writers Gathering. If you have the chance, venture up to Joseph and check out the Josephy Center and say hello to my friend Rich Wandschneider. He is the Library Director there and the founding Director of Fishtrap. Best, Robert

    Sent from my iPhone


  2. I have tried to unsubscribe 3 times. But your unsubscribe link does not work Please unsubscribe me from this mailing and correct the link to slow people to easily stop these emails. Daniel

    Daniel Weaver member of the British Association of Counselors and Psychotherapists

    1. Hi Daniel,

      Sorry for this hassle. I’ll see if I can figure out how to help you unsubscribe. I’m not an expert at this tech stuff, but I’ll try to make it happen.

      I hope you’re doing well,

      John SF

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