Trauma, burnout, resilience & recovery 

 Moving forward together 

register for this free online mini class

How did we get here? Lost jobs, canceled plans, physical distancing, and an unwelcomed new normal. Even the ability to grieve the passing of a loved one seems to be taken away from us. In the aftershock of a global pandemic, those on the frontlines of ministry, parenting, and all forms of essential work are feeling the effects of chronic stress, anxiety, and depression. 

How can we continue to move forward at work, home, or in ministry when we feel stalled by burnout? In this mini class, find a safe space to take steps toward healing while engaging in new tools for caring for yourself and others.

In this class you will:

  • Establish practices for healing from burnout and building a positive margin.
  • Leverage techniques for navigating stress and anxiety.
  • Build a basic vocabulary for recognizing and responding to experiences of trauma, grief, and depression.
  • Engage mindfulness techniques for staying grounded in hope.
  • Nurture your soul with formative activities such as journaling, scripture reading, and prayer.
  • Surround yourself in community through online forums and weekly Zoom sessions on Thursdays at 7:00 pm ET.

Class begins on April 19! Secure your spot.

 

 

four-weeks

Independent course work plus a weekly zoom meeting.

in-depth study

Biblically grounded and culturally relevant.

questions?

Contact seminary@nes.edu or 585.594.6420.

MEET YOUR PROFESSOR

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Greg Harp

Executive Director, Agape Counseling Associates

Greg Harp began his journey in pastoral ministry in 1993 and is ordained as an elder in the Free Methodist Church. In 2003, he received his Master of Divinity degree from Northeastern Seminary and currently serves as the Executive Director at Agape Counseling Associates. Greg is a Doctor of Ministry candidate in marriage and family therapy. He is married to his wife Tracy and has two adult sons.

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