Faith Connections on Mental Illness is presenting a day-long workshop to help faith communities engage, encourage, and serve persons who suffer from mental illness and those who care for them. Clergy, lay leaders, individuals, and professionals are encouraged to attend.
“Faith, Mental Illness, and The Journey Toward Wholeness,” will be held on Friday, March 8, 2013 at St. Thomas More, 940 Carmichael St., Chapel Hill, NC. The keynote speaker, who is both a nun and a licensed psychologist, will discuss the role of faith and spirituality in treating mental illness. Four other mental health experts will also present.
Lunch is included in the $20 registration, due by Feb. 15. Late registration is $30. Professional credits are optional for an additional $20 via Wake AHEC. Register online at wakeahec.org or call 919-942-6227 for a mail-in form.
Faith Connections on Mental Illness is an inter-faith coalition of faith communities whose mission is to work with all faith communities to welcome, include, support, educate, and advocate for individuals and families who are living with mental illness. Visit Faith Connections to learn more.