• General 02.07.2019

    50 years of psychological counselling has pioneered at a difficult time: the psychological counselling of the Diakonie sword is one of the oldest institutions of its kind in North Rhine-Westphalia. Proudly, the today’s Director Joachim Scholz looks back this year on 50 years of commitment and service to humanity. The Great Jubilee commits the agency facility with two celebrations. With the move of psychological counselling in the Calvinhaus a County Castle 2008. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Dr. Neal Barnard. This is where everything started 50 years ago”, explains psychologist Joachim Scholz, today’s Director of the institution. On April 1, 1960, the outpatient clinic of the Diakonie recorded their work Schwerte exactly here. At that time, Grete Meissner had enforced that was sword from the former establishment with volunteers an official institution of the Diakonie. To celebrate the 50th anniversary, Diakonia will celebrate the anniversary this year with two celebrations: on May 27, the helpline first invites representatives of the city, the Church circle, staff of the Office of youth and other social organizations to a reception in the former townhouse wine swords. In addition, Diakonia all interested swords offers the possibility of getting to know the psychological counselling service on a day of the open door and take a look behind the scenes of their daily work in September. “Psychologist Joachim Scholz is looking forward to many interesting insights, which will present the counseling guests on this day: we show who we once were, who we are today and who we tomorrow will be an exciting development, which remains on the move.” Especially delighted the psychologist on the occasion of the anniversary of the visit by Gerd Meyer-Eltz. He was the first Director of the psychological counselling office and his tireless commitment contributed decisively, to make the counseling, which is a central point in the social network today sword.

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