Monday, May 20, 2019


Pastor Deborah Has Partnered With The National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse To Reach Out To Those Affected By Child Abuse And Those Who Minister To Them. She Appears As A Regular Co-Host On The Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) Talk  Radio Show On The 4th Tuesday Of Each Month At 8 p.m. ET,  And Is A Member Of NAASCA’s Volunteer Call And Email List, Available 24/7 Hours A Day By Phone, Text, Email, Skype, Chat On Line, Letters And At The T& W Flea Market On Saturdays And Sundays 9:30 – 1:30 Central Standard Time To Minister To Those Needing Support.


NAASCA SCAN Past Episodes

Together We Can Heal Blog


Pastor Deborah has partnered with NAMI Pensacola as a Contributor to their monthly newsletter as an Spiritual Care Editor and as a representative of Lakeview Center, Inc., Spiritual Care Department.  Pastor Deborah is a Volunteer Pastor with the Spiritual Care Department of Lakeview Center in Pensacola and ministers in the Acute Stablization Unit, the Chronically Mentally Ill and as a Member of The Sexaul Assault Response Team as A Pastor.

Please check out NAMI Pensacola as they tirelessly work to bring awareness, prevention and support to those with a mental health illness and to the family members. Mental Health effects all and is an illness/disease that has no boundaries and is found in every nation. Pastor Deborah is connected around the world to all levels of Treatment Professionals to help bring Spiritual Care To the Treament Team in Helping People.

Visit NAMI Pensacola and Other NAMI’s in other cities and states. It is an honor and wonderful privilege to be apart of the wonderful people who love others deeply that are affected by the devesting effects of a mental illness. Mental Illnesses affect all ages, all races, all sexes and genders. It does not discriminate, it effects all of humanity.

Pastor Deborah will work to provide Words of Encouragement and Support and Ministry From The Profession and Area Of Spiritual Care for all involved.

Pastor Deborah



Mental Health First Aid

Presented By and Taught By

The Community Drug And Alcohol Commission


Mental Health First Aid USA

Trained To Make A Difference in the life of someone both adults and young persons with a mental health or substance use challenge by being trained to know what to do and what to say.

8 Hours of Training For Adults

8 Hours of Training For Youth


Crisis Intervention Team Training

The Escambia County Sheriffs Department

Lakeview Community Mental Health Center

Baptist Behavioral Medicine 

Baptist Hospital Emergency Room

Escambia County Correctional Facilities

Escambia County Fire And Rescue

Pensacola Police Department

Santa Rosa County Sheriffs

Okaloosa County Sheriffs


Trained In The Memphis Model For Crisis Intervention For Law Enforcement and Correctional Officers

Training Included 40 Hours and Tours of Facilities and Role Playing

Signs and Symptoms of Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression Disorder And Psychosis

Officer Safety Issues

Formation of a Crisis

Crisis Intervention

Rapport Building

Stages Of a Crisis

Active Listening and Communication

Anxiety Disorders

Related Behaviors and Useful Approaches For LEO

Treatment and Medications

Basic Interviewing Techniques

Officer Safety Principles

Cues Of Stress

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

PTSD and Law Enforcement

Major Categories of Disorders of Antisocial Personality

Law Enforcement Approaches

Active Listening Role Playing

Hostage Crisis Negations Skills and Communication

Tour of Lakeview’s Acute Stabilization Unit

Baptist Hospital’s Behavioral/Psychiatric Hospital

Baptist Hospital Psych Emergency Room

Medical Issues and Mental Health Issues


Mental Status of Delirium

Signs and Causes Associated With Delirium

Baker Act for Mental Health Issues

Marchman Act For Substance Abuse Related Issues

Procedures At Different Facilites

Elder Issues

Alzheimer’s and Dementia

The Elderly and Family Issues

Community Panel,  Fire and Safety and NAMI ( National Association Of Mental Illness)

 Substance Abuse & Cultural Diversity

Addiction’s Effect on the community and the family

Behaviors and Effects related to different drug types

Treatment Options

Officer Safety

Stress Management

Symptoms of Stress

Unhealthy Coping Skills

Officer managing stress more effectively

Mental Illness and Adolescents

Co-occurring substance abuse

Coalition on the Homeless

CIT Model

Departmental Coordinatiors

Community Leaders And Partnerships

CIT Website and Monthly Team Meetings 

Graduation Ceremony


Florida Council Against Sexual Violence Advocacy Core Training



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