Responding to the Current Mental Health Crisis
Thursday, April 16th, 1:30pm (Eastern)
Online – in the New Leaf Virtual Learning Centre
Do you feel equipped to deal with the rapid rise in mental health challenges in your churches and neighbourhoods since the spread of COVID-19? We talked with Canadian psychologist Dustin Reekie about the practical ways that we can equip our churches to respond to the growing Mental Health challenges our country is currently experiencing.
Dustin Reekie is a Registered Psychologist/therapist. He works out of his practice, Cadence Counseling & Psychology, in Saskatoon, but of course, these days, like yourself, he is working from home. In his practice, he works with individuals who are struggling with anxiety, executive functioning challenges, behavioural addictions and recovery. Before becoming a psychologist, he was a Special Education / Resource Teacher for nearly ten years. Before becoming a teacher, he attended Canadian Bible College (Regina, SK) for two years and worked as a youth pastor for Regina’s Parliament Mennonite Church, and then for Saskatoon Free Methodist Church. He is delighted and inspired to network with New Leaf, as we collectively seek to serve congregations during this time.
French translation is available for this webinar. Email [email protected] for more information.