Mental Health and Communities of Faith
Look out for each other ~ Philippians 2:4
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- Online Meeting
We will look at current data on the prevalence of mental illness in bringing awareness to individuals and families to make it easier for people to seek help. Research has proven that when there is acceptance, connectedness, and support, the chances of long-term recovery for people with mental illnesses dramatically increase. Within our congregations are many who are having thoughts of suicide and are overwhelmed by a sense of hopelessness. What can we do to help those who feel trapped in emotional turmoil? What does the Bible have to say about feelings of despair and hopelessness? We recognize that suicidal thoughts are often accompanied by a spiritual crisis or deep questioning about the purpose of life. The webinar seeks to bring awareness to the issues of faith and a mental health crisis and how we may recognize the signs of mental illness before it becomes a crisis.
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The cost is per person. Each attendee needs their own paid ticket of attendance.
If you are an organization and would like to discuss a group booking, don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Our content and Webinars are from the perspective of one who lives and worships with a diagnosed psychiatric disability in recovery and does not replace, nor attempt to replace, professional counseling services.