Recovery from hospitalizations due to mental illness is a difficult road to travel. Having a team and support system that consists of adequately trained people is a must. Asbury Theological Seminary and Asbury University are offering a training opportunity for students and clinicians. Read more about it here.
Do you often experience people randomly telling you their entire life story? If there is an empty seat next to you, do people always seem to sit down and start talking? Do others often tell you their faith stories without necessarily being prompted? You may want to read this post! Laura Beach gives an explanation of what a Spiritual Director is and what they do, and she offers a great opportunity for training.
The struggle is real! We all go through trials. Some seem to have more than others sometimes, but we all have the opportunity to choose whether we will be formed or deformed by our most difficult experiences in life. Our friend, Andrew Eberhart, shares some of the most harrowing trials he has experienced and five key things he has learned through it all.
There are so many graphic images in the media and frightening talk about things happening all around the world. How do we use this age of terrorism as an opportunity to disciple our children? Every family is different. There is no one-size-fits-all response. Your response must be fitting for your family. However, there are ways to talk about terrorism that shed the Light of Christ on the subject. Ellen Martin shares wisdom on how to talk about terrorism from a Christian framework.
In this one-day seminar Dr. Maria Grazia Levin will provide an overview of the theory of DBT, basic information regarding the neurobiology behind emotional reactions and strategies to provide the most effective change of dysfunctional
Seedbed is pleased to announce our first ever annual conference. We’re calling it the New Room Conference. We will be gathering in the historic city of Franklin, Tennessee, (just south of Nashville) on September 18-19, 2014. Expect to hear some new voices, engage in some new conversations, connect with old friends, and make new acquaintances.
A one-day seminar exploring approaches to integration of theology and counseling. Register here. Presentation: Toddy Holeman This seminar presents a model for theologically-reflective counseling that is adaptable to different schools of counseling and that is
I am a conference junkie. It’s part of my Wesleyan heritage. In the Wesleyan tradition, we value conferences. Wesleyans have seen the value not just of thinking of conference as a noun, but as a