Chaplains work to prevent suicides

Speaker: Dr. Richard Stiliha

About Speaker: Dr. Richard Stiliha – a military chaplain, U.S. Army, retired. During his military service, Dr. Stiliha held the following positions: military chaplain 82nd Airborne Division; chaplain office in Germany, a military chaplain at Fort Benning, Ga., and Chief of chaplainship service at the Military Hospital. Dr. Stiliha completed one year of practical medical course “Clinical care of soul help” at the Military Medical Centre “Brooke” in Texas.

Currently, Dr. Stiliha is the director of educational programs of the international humanitarian organization “Olive Branch”, whose main objective – to help families of military personnel around the world to improve the quality of life.

Date: September 14, 2011

Resources:
Poster Workshop (A4 size, PDF) download here.
Synopsis of the seminar (format PDF), click to download.
Audio recording of the seminar (format MP3), click to download.