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We have seen historic rises in mental health challenges in both church and community. The pandemic, the political climate, unemployment, the fires – all have contributed to the rise in suicide, depression, anxiety, stress, and trauma in general. Does your church have the right skill set to know how to help, when and where to refer people in greater need, and a theology to undergird its approach? Join us on January 23 from 10:30 am -12:00 pm on zoom as Autumn Lindberg, Ph.D., LMFT will present best practices and practical steps your church can take to be prepared to have a healing presence among members and in the community.
Register now on this link: help-for-churches-experiencing-mentalhealth-issues.eventbrite.com.
Autumn Lindberg teaches Marriage & Family Therapy courses at Fresno Pacific University, and works as a director with Turning Point of Central CA which provides Mental Health services, Children’s Services, Housing Programs, Recovery Services, and Substance Abuse Disorders. In addition, Autumn leads a private practice in downtown Visalia, and partners with local pastors and church leaders to help bring healing and wholeness to the church. She is gifted in integrating theology and therapy.