Please join us for three small group sessions on Trauma Healing. We will discuss and learn techniques on how to listen to others when they are hurting. In the process one can receive healing for our wounds through relevant and relatable discussions and activities.
Come experience an effective interaction curriculum which infuse mental health profession best practices and scripture engagement.
October 24,25 - 5:30pm to 9:30pm
October 26 - 9:30am to 1:30pm
Dinner will be served on Thursday & Friday evening
Continental Breakfast will be served on Saturday
Participants must attend all sessions to get the best outcome
To register or for more info, please contact:
Enid @ 856-625-0177
“He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.” Psalms 147:3 (ESV)
Trauma refers to the psychological and emotional effects of human beings experiencing disruptive events like sexual abuse, urban violence, abandonment, rape, physical and verbal abuse, incarceration, and extreme loss. People are traumatized when they are overwhelmed with intense fear, helplessness and the shock of dealing with death. Trauma, direct or indirect results in reactions which include disrupted sleep, health, emotions, relationships and hopelessness for the future. Traumatized people often turn to substance abuse and physical aggression.
The fact that Christ took not only our sins but also our suffering on Himself on the cross is good news. Rather than avoid these painful issues, through training your church can bring hope to survivors of trauma and help them engage in Scripture in ways that bring healing and restoration. This material has been used in 42 countries and translated in 150 languages.