According to the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 1,825 college student between ages 18 to 24 die each year from alcohol-related unintentional injuries.Rebecca Tuck, LPCC-S, LICDC, will educate parents and college students on the concerns with college drinking.Preventative strategies for students and parents will be discussed.Risk factors and warning signs related to alcohol use disorder will be outlined to give parents and students a better understanding of what leads to alcoholism.
This will be a two-part seminar on Sunday, October 30 and November 6, 9am. Please register below to help us prepare for the class.
Rebecca Tuck, MA, LPCC-S, LICDC is licensed as a mental health and drug and alcohol counselor and is currently an addictions therapist at Lindner Center of HOPE, a psychiatric hospital located in Mason, OH. Prior to this, Rebecca worked in a community mental health agency, Solutions Community Counseling and Recovery Services. Here she worked as a School-Based Therapist, a Crisis Therapist in a jail and hospital settings, and as an Outpatient Program Supervisor overseeing a team of 12 mental health and addictions clinicians. She had the privilege of working with Judge Rudduck in Clinton County on his drug court docket. She currently is part of a Crisis Intervention Team that provides education to police officers through the Mental Health Recovery Services Board of Warren and Clinton Counties. She also provides prevention education to people on intensive supervision for the Clinton County Court. Rebecca has a Masters of Ministry (Worship Music Concentration) and a Masters of Arts (Counseling) Degree, both from Cincinnati Christian University.
Before becoming a therapist, Rebecca served as the Director of Children and Family Ministries at First Church of Christ in Xenia, Ohio, and Beechwold Christian Church in Columbus, Ohio. It was at First Church of Christ where she met her husband, Matt. Matt and Rebecca live in Xenia, Ohio and have six children, Nicholas 25, Dakota 23, Madison 21, Isabella 12, Samuel 10 and Malachi 4.
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At Emmanuel, we believe the church is called to teach the whole counsel of God in order to make followers of Christ. The Loop is simply EBC's name for the place where growing adult disciples can find qualified teachers with real-world objectives addressing discipleship-critical topics. In compact one to four session seminars, we hope to provide knowledge, resources and tools, skills, and mentors (guides) to inspire and equip adults to follow Christ across the whole spectrum of their lives.