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How to Minister to Anxious People

Evelyn Ngeow, Jyothi James   |   Nov 7, 2019
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To minister to the Christian today is to minister to their deep anxiety. Christians are living busier, more distracted lives that require constant choices and involve many pressures.  Examining the heart and soul to find the problem is often a deep source of encouragement to anxious people, but the nature of anxiety is also bound up and perpetuated in the body. Therefore, without a proper awareness and understanding of anxiety and how it works in people’s bodies and minds, it is often difficult to get people to “just stop worrying” or to “just trust God.”

This is a video workshop offered by Redeemer Counseling Services for pastors and ministry leaders to address the topic of anxiety and how to help people handle and grow through their anxiety.

This workshop will help participants:

  • Understand how anxiety works in the body and interacts with the mind
  • Learn effective strategies to help anxious people and know when to refer
  • Gain insight into faith and heart issues that intersect with anxiety
  • Practice body-based techniques to help reduce anxiety
  • Offer the grace and truth of the gospel in the midst of anxiety

Included Workshop Videos

  1. Relating Your Story to God’s Story
  2. Internalizing the Gospel
  3. Ministering to Anxious People Q&A

Who is this for?

  • Pastors
  • Ministry leaders
  • Pastoral care providers
  • Professional Counselors interested in gospel-centered integration

About the Speakers:

Jyothi James, LMHC

Jyothi James received her Master’s in Professional Counseling from Liberty . She has a certificate in trauma and grief counseling and extensive experience working with victims of sexual abuse. She also regularly leads Redeemer Counseling’s anxiety counseling group, “Calming Your Anxious Mind.” Jyothi is experienced in helping clients with anxiety, depression, history of abuse, trauma, life transitions, identity crisis, and sex offenders. As a certified Prepare and Enrich Counselor, she also provides counseling for dating, engaged, and married couples.

Evelyn Ngeow, LCSW

Evelyn Ngeow holds a Master of Social Work from Columbia University School of Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Cornell University. She received additional training in couples and family therapy from the Ackerman Institute for the Family in New York. Evelyn has developed a collaborative and supportive style of working with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, and relational conflict. Additionally, Evelyn has extensive experience working with children and families in crisis.

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