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The Marriage of Mental Health and Ministry

Dr. Christina Jones Davis, Clinical Professor of Pastoral Theology and Marriage and Family Therapy at Christian Theological Seminary (CTS), sits down with Ben and Matt to discuss how the worlds of therapy and congregational life inform one another.

Resources

5 Resources
organization
Better Help
This mental health provider network offers online counseling for individuals, couples, and youth.
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CTS Counseling Center
As part of Christian Theological Seminary, this center provides mental health counseling and training for a Master of Arts in Marriage + Family Counseling or Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
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TruCircle
This website helps people find a therapist of color for mental health counseling.
media
What Manner of Woman
This 15-minute documentary celebrates black women, explains Womanist Theology, and highlights women’ s historic contributions to freedom and Liberation Theology.
book
You're A Miracle (And a Pain in the Ass)
This raw and sometimes irreverant book from Mike McHargue demonstrates that we're all broken, connecting our behaviors to emotions and brain science.

About the Contributor

Contributor
Dr. Christina Jones Davis

Rev. Dr. Christina Jones Davis is the Clinical Professor of Pastoral Theology and Marriage and Family Therapy at Christian Theological Seminary (CTS). Dr. Davis’ research and teaching interests focus on spiritually integrated counseling, substance abuse and addiction treatment, and relational psychoanalytic theory and self-state multiplicity among women of color. Accordingly, Professor Davis has taught or is scheduled to teach courses on Crisis Care, Foundations of Pastoral Care, Theological Perspectives on Pastoral and Spiritual Care, Social & Cultural Dimensions of Counseling, and Psychodynamic Family Therapy.

 

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