We all fall in many ways. Whether it is a proverbial trip, or if we are shoved to the ground by circumstances, we sometimes need a hand to help us get back up and get on our way.
Living under the “cloud” of COVID has been life-changing for all and taxing for many. So what can we do about it? Recognizing the effects of anxiety and depression and how to address them is what this talk is all about. The more we understand the psychological impact, the better equipped we are to weather the storm.
We will meet Monday, March 1 at 10–11 am or 6–7 pm on Zoom.
The class is taught by Doug Dougherty, a therapist of 15 years, after being a pastor for 13 years. He leads the Dallas Counseling Group (located near SMU), a practice intent on helping people improve the quality of their relationships in their marriage, in their family, and in the mirror. He is an LPC with graduate degrees from Dallas Seminary and UNT.
Please register online.
Life events happen suddenly and you may need someone to talk with. A pastor is available to speak with you at any time.
Monday-Friday, 9 am–5 pm, Contact Nelson Bell or call 214-525-4236.
The pastor on call can be reached at 214-526-7457. A recorded message will provide you with instructions.
Pastoral Counseling is a helping hand that can help you up after a fall. As pastors, we are ready and willing to come alongside you anywhere you may be. A pastoral counselor seeks to walk alongside you, helping to discern God’s will through Scripture and by the nudging of His Holy Spirit.
Grief is a common reaction to loss, and is often a necessary process to healing. Sometimes we just need someone to listen, without interruptions or advice. Our grief and loss ministry team is here to provide care and comfort during times of death, estrangement, retirement, anger, and abandonment.