Global news outlet
Oct. 21, 2022
Now in its 31st year, the annual Psychotherapy and Faith Conference has been a forum for mental health professionals and faith community leaders to discuss spirituality and faith in the context of mental health and clinical practice. Our contemporary plight brings the challenges of faith to the forefront, with the loss, grief, and stress of the pandemic; social-political divisions and the erosion of trust in governmental institutions; and the looming crises of climate change. These collective challenges compound the personal shattering of faith that brings many patients to psychotherapy: such betrayal in important relationships felt as desecrations that engender spiritual struggles. This year's conference will turn the spotlight on elucidating patients’ and therapists’ struggles with faith, based on the premise that therapists are best positioned to support and guide their patients when therapists have reckoned with their own challenges with trust, hope, and faith.
4.5 CE hours for MD, psychologists, LPC, LMFT, LCSW, and addictions professionals
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