Small Group Options
An 8-week, professionally facilitated, life-application discipleship intensive for women. Together we explore the possibility of restoring a right relationship with God, with self, with others, and with things. Stumbling blocks which hamper a purpose-filled life will be addressed and includes well-worn patterns of defeat, woundedness, insecurity, unworthiness, and self-centeredness. Using proven curriculum, this commitment takes seriously the gospel and call to authentic living. There will be homework, daily reading, and small group discussions.
An 8-week small group open to adults who desire to understand mental health with greater compassion. Together we address common life issues accompanying a mental health diagnosis through the lens of psychology, culture, and theology. Using professional counseling videos, curriculum provided by the Sanctuary Health Ministries, professional mental health facilitation, and guided conversation, the recovery journey becomes a lived experience. Includes a binder full of grace-focused mental wellness information, professional video access, a list of faith-based counselors and coaches, resources, and new friendships to share the frustrations and conversations. Join me as we exploring brain health topics such as depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety, stigma, recovery, care-giving, differentiating mental health and mental illness, and more.
Impact from previous participants...
"The fact that I’m not alone is the biggest takeaway; that and the gospel approach to brain health."
"The group was lead with great safety and navigated difficulty well."
"It was a remarkable convergence of all impacted, those with a diagnosis, those caring of those with a diagnosis, those seeking more information."
"Learning self-awareness has impacted my career and my life."
Bridging the Gap...Mental Health Training for Church Leadership
Both 8-week small group workshops are for pastors and church/ministry leaders only.
Regularly a subject in the Wall Street journal and openly discussed by all generations, mental health is now mainstream outside the walls of the church. But according to the Mental Health Commission of Canada, individuals affected by mental health problems will often seek help from their spiritual leaders, first and foremost. Is your ministry equipped with the latest research, resources and foundation of grace to address the waves of anxiety much of our society is experiencing? Join me as we engage mental health conversations through the lens of psychology, culture, and theology, exploring brain health topics such as depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety, stigma, recovery, care-giving, differentiating mental health and mental illness, and more.
What have previous ministry leaders had to say?
"Mental health is a continuum, and we all need strength to stay in the fight."
"The material is universally conversational."
"The cultural diversity has been wonderful and insightful."
"Lisa had expert advice and maintained a good balance of listening and instructing, she makes everyone feel valued and respected."