Bishop Hope Morgan Ward connected us with the Rev. Dr. Vicki Johnson so that we could make everyone aware of this opportunity for clergy through The Art of WellBeing. Please address any inquiries directly to Vicki Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Overview: This course is designed for leaders who wish to optimize personal wellbeing so that positive energy and creativity are supported and sustained, even in times of disruption and turbulence. Through facilitated peer conversations as well as individual coaching, participants will be invited to take stock of spiritual, emotional, relational, and physical health habits. As evidence-based lifestyle themes are introduced, each person will be encouraged to commit to wellbeing practices based on individual need and interest.
Nuts and Bolts:
- Utilizes a “coach approach” with 9 hours of group coaching over 6 zoom sessions
- Group session themes focus on the following practices: receptivity, body care, connection, creativity, rule of life, and purpose
- Teaching videos and worksheets, bi-weekly around a particular wellbeing theme
- Optional individual coaching with the Rev. Dr. Vicki Johnson
- Cost: $250 for the group sessions, with the option to add individual coaching
The Rev. Dr. Vicki Johnson served for 30 years in the United Methodist Church in a wide variety of ministry settings—small and middle sized churches, clergy couple co-pastorate, associate pastor on a large church staff, district superintendent, and nine years as senior pastor of a growing, community-focused, downtown church. Through her current work as an ICF certified clergy coach and coach trainer, Vicki pursues her passion for helping churches and pastors flourish. A dedicated life-long learner, Vicki is also trained and certified as an interim ministry specialist, spiritual director, and yoga instructor. Now residing in East Texas, she enjoys pilgrimage travel, healthy cooking, reading historical fiction, mountain biking and hiking. Together, she and her husband Roger, have 7 children and 9 grandchildren. The Art of WellBeing is the fruit of Vicki’s long-time interest and continued personal journey toward spiritual, emotional, relational, and physical wellbeing.