Not all of the following groups are currently being offered. However, you can view the videos in "Resources." Please contact us if you would like one of the groups offered sooner than later.
Depression: Helping Yourself, Your Family, or Your Friends By Pat Mirrer

Whether you are personally experiencing depression or you are concerned on behalf of a friend or family member, these 6 sessions can make you more aware of the needs of one experiencing depression.

Postpartum Depression is Real! By Michelle Lugalia-Hollon

Research indicates that as many as 1 out of 5 women experience Postpartum Depression and anxiety. It is real!  Many women are not prepared for the wide range of feelings they may have after the birth of their baby. They often experience sadness, anger, guilt, anxiety, worry or a sense of inadequacy. Every mother is different and may have different combinations of feelings.  Hear one woman’s story.

Spirituality and Dementia: Living in the Memories of God by John Swinton

Based on cultural stigmas we have misunderstood Alzheimers or Dementia and escalated our fears.  Communities of belonging can give new and fresh ways to celebrate a person’s life.

Facing the Challenges of Aging: Aging Gracefully by Robert Weber

Dr. Robert Weber, co-author of The Spirituality of Age: A Seeker's Guide to Growing Older, talks about his own experience of aging and how it has helped him to experience the gifts of community, compassion, comfort, & courage.

Mental Health Ministries: Overcoming Stigma, Finding Hope by Susan Gregg Schroeder

Mental health professionals discuss stigma, its affects and moving beyond stigma to hope.

Mental Health Ministries: Creating Caring Congregations by Susan Gregg Schroeder

Hear the stories of 3 people dealing with mental illness and how their faith was part of their healing and how caring congregations can nurture the faith of those dealing with mental illness and their families.

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