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Dine With A Doc slated for Wednesday

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Senior Education Ministries, Inc., has scheduled Dine with a Doc Brunch in Brazil the first Wednesday of every month from 10 a.m.-noon, at the Clay County Senior Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil.

The event welcomes the local senior public to get to know the doctors of the month while enjoying a free brunch.

Each doctor has donated time in an effort to listen, hear and answer medical questions.

Various community businesses also participate by donating door prizes or providing complimentary lunches.

May's event will take place Wednesday and will feature Dr. Thomas E. Rea, Director of Psychological Services Mehta Behavioral Health Unit, Terre Haute Regional Hospital.

Rea is a licensed clinical psychologist who joined Terre Haute Regional Hospital in August 2007. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Indiana State University in 2001 and his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from ISU in August 2008.

During his training, Dr. Rea worked in a variety of mental health settings, including both private practice and community mental health.

He completed his doctoral internship at the VA Illiana Healthcare System in Danville, Ill., in August 2007.

Dr. Rea provides individual, group, couples and family therapy to, acts as a case manager for, and conducts assessments with patients on the Mehta Behavioral Health Unit.

He also functions as the Director of Psychological Services for Terre Haute Regional Hospital, providing many of the same services to patients throughout the facility.

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This is really a good idea. Many of the seniors should take advantage of this open forem.

-- Posted by busymomandstudent on Fri, Apr 30, 2010, at 4:29 PM

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