6 general sessions and 20 breakout sessions
How do you help someone who seems too hard to reach? Who’s the person behind the diagnosis? The church tends to back away from complex problems. Psychiatry is tasked with addressing these problems, but every thoughtful psychiatrist knows that troubled people need more than meds: they need meaning and relationship.
The goal of this conference is to equip you with a clearer understanding of complex problems, a compassion for troubled people, and the ability to engage with strugglers and helpers in the church and the world. Speakers include David Powlison, Ed Welch, Mike Emlet, and Tim Lane.
- Conference Dates: Friday, October 21, 2011 to Sunday, October 23, 2011
- Conference Location: Louisville, KY
- 6 General Sessions + 20 Breakout Sessions (25 hours of audio)
- Outlines & Slides not available with this product
- 964 MB
Making Sense of Complex Problems
The Local Church: A Safe Place to Struggle?
Understanding Labels and Diagnoses
Understanding Psychiatric Treatments
What is Going on Inside? Understanding the Human Experience
What You Can Do to Help
Abnormalizing the Normal
Assessing and Counseling a Person with Suicidal Thoughts
Hallucinations: Is It Time to Talk About the Devil?
How Can My Church Help?
Ministering to those with Traumatic Brain Injury
Mirror, Mirror On the Wall: Body Image Distortions
Julie Lowe & David Powlison
Out of Control: Understanding Anxiety Disorders
Pastoral Care for Fearful, Needy People
Psychiatric Disorders in Children
PTSD and Sexual Abuse: Surviving the Trauma with Hope
PTSD and Veterans
Quieting the Inner Voices of Social Phobia
The Psychiatrist’s Toolbox
Understanding Depression: Weakness, Willfulness or Wisdom?
Understanding Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Walking Alongside a Person Diagnosed with Bipolar
Walking Alongside Emotionally Volatile People