These are not necessarily CIC sponsored events. For a calendar of CIC events, go here.
Dr. Joseph Smedley states that we are “Bio-Psycho-Social Spiritual beings” and there is a growing movement among mental health professionals to include more “faith” based therapy and counseling. Studies have shown that cognitive behavior and dialectical behavior therapy, when used with the above model approach, is more productive and has more positive long term effectiveness…
How has church and/or religion helped or hindered your or a loved one’s healing or seeking help?
Thoughts, feelings or story/testimony?
Bring it all to the village table…
Let’s talk about it
The Enlightened Hope Annual Conference’s purpose is to raise awareness of sexual abuse, to teach prevention strategies for women and for parents with their children, to give tips on how to support a loved one who is healing, and to teach healing strategies for the survivors of sexual abuse. Everyone who attends will leave with a greater sense of clarity, with a list of resources, and with a sense of hope for a better tomorrow!
Care to Change tackles hard topics with church leaders at this quarterly roundtable. September 17th topics include mental health and suicide. How to recognize signs, how to intervene, and how to resopnd when suicide strikes your church. Space is limited and breakfast is provided so registration is required to attend. Registration starts April 30.
Join us at the 2019 Interfaith Health & Wellness Summit!
Hear from speakers, engage in open discussions, and collaborate on new health programs that will strengthen our community’s mind, body, and soul.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
The event is free — advanced registration is required. Seating is limited.
RSVP by August 6, 2019