Church Mental wellness day seminar: (5 hour package)

In any ‘western’ church environment the figures show that approximately 1in4 people above the age of 14 will be on some type of mood stabilizing medication. Often people who are on medication within a church setting find it extremely difficult. They often feel guilty, as healing is discussed and preached repeatedly, depending on the church setting. In this multi session package Gary goes deeper and deals with such issues as regret, unforgiveness, the renewing process, responsibility, the relationship between physical activity and mental wellness, isolationism and controlling the thought life.

The expected result:

With the basis being wellness in body, mind, soul and Spirit, these sessions dive deeper with the desired result of, healing, hope and a practical plan toward full recovery.

Like a staircase leading from a dark cellar, each point Gary covers is a progression of steps leading out of darkness into the sunlight of renewal.

Darren Bonnell – Snr Ps Northwest Church

“Since your seminar I have been going from strength to strength.  Just recently Mental health in Tamworth have discharged me from their system/books after being with them for 25 years. June 2013

“I’m now doing a Cert III in Community Services and I’ve started helping others. Thank you Gary, these principles have changed my life.” 2015

Seminar Attendee, Tamworth

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