pictured above: Kurt Idler, Suzanne Roski Idler, Patricia Roski, Dr. Timothy Quinnan, Renee Roski-Holdo (class of 2017), and Dominique Holdo (current student).
Saturday, March 2nd, the Richmont Trauma Center hosted an open house and grand opening of the Jeffery Harrison Roski Play Therapy Room. Trauma Center staff and Richmont Graduate University administration including President Timothy Quinnan were on hand for the occasion. The creation of the play therapy room was made possible by a generous contribution from the Roski Family Trust. Several members of the Roski family were honored guests present to participate in the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Suzanne Roski Idler, one of Mr. Roski’s daughters, spoke of how her parents always encouraged play while their children were growing up and of how commonplace it was for her parents to play alongside their children. She noted her dad would never have wanted to put his name on something, but the family decided the play therapy room was a fitting memorial for him.
Those who would like to contribute to the work of the Richmont Trauma Center can make a donation at richmonttraumacenter.com/donate Donors may choose to purchase a building block on the “Build Up a Child” wall at the entrance to the play therapy room to honor or memorialize someone or leave a message of encouragement. Guests at the open house were able to mark their desired block locations on a mockup of the finished wall.
The Richmont Trauma Center was created to provide quality mental health treatment to those impacted by single episode and complex trauma. Trauma Center counselors are honored to walk the journey with individuals and families as they work to heal and grow. The Richmont Trauma Center is located on the Atlanta campus of Richmont Graduate University. Counselors are available by appointment for individuals, couples, families, and children. The Richmont Trauma Center staff offers specialized services including:
• Child-Centered Play Therapy
• Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR)
• Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
• Somatic Experiencing
• Certified Sex Addiction Therapy (CSAT)
• Art Therapy
• Trauma Sensitive Yoga
• Trauma-Informed Supervision
For more information on the Richmont Trauma Center, visit richmonttraumacenter.com
To schedule an appointment, call (770) 575-9393