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Will van der Hart
A theology of mental health is one that integrates suffering and victory, not that suggests vioctory is only evident in the absence of suffering. The lives of some of the world most celebrated theologians, writers and carers exemplifies how God’s power is made perfect in human weakness
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Rob Waller, Brian McStay
From Shore Community Church in Auckland, New Zealand, here is a question-and-answer format Mental Health Sunday. See www.shore.org.nz for more information.
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Will van der Hart
Overcoming Shame and Finding Belonging - Shame affects us all in different ways but it can particularly distort our leadership. Shame causes us to try an hide in plain sight, developing a 'false' or 'projected' self whilst the real you stays in the shadows. Find out how shame is affecting you and how you can get free...
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The Mind and Soul Foundation
A short video giving an overview of our website and what it contains
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Will van der Hart
St Albans Fulham hosted a Q&A on the topic of mental health and illness and how it is seen in the church
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Will van der Hart
Overcoming Shame and Finding Belonging. Shame affects us all in different ways but it can particularly distort our leadership. Shame causes us to try an hide in plain sight, developing a 'false' or 'projected' self whilst the real you stays in the shadows. Find out how shame is affecting you and how you can get free...
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Will van der Hart
A talk on emotional health and listening - first given at the HTB leaders retreat
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Dr Kate Middleton
Stress and burnout are major issues in our society today, but how do we balance the demands of our passion and our society to push the limits, with our human needs and limitations? What can the Bible teach us - and those we support - about burnout and how to truly meet our potential?
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Dr Rob Waller
Understand the basics about psychiatric medication and psychological therapies. What works for what and what a helpful Christian perspective is.
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Dr Rob Waller
How do you get the most from your local mental health services? What do they think of spirituality? This seminar will chart the sometimes rocky path from first symptom to helpful support. The Church needs the NHS, but the NHS also needs the local church.
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Dr Kate Middleton
Emotional and mental health problems in children and young people – how your church needs to respond. This seminar will help you to think about what you can do to make a difference. We will look at the severity of the problem, consider preventative steps, and how we might promote good emotional health. With frontline mental health services in crisis, how can you and your church help save minds and save lives?
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Jonathan Clark
Jonathan is the director of Premier Lifeline - http://www.premier.org.uk/Premier-Lifeline - the national christian helpline who help 100000 people each year.
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Alison Hogger
Alison trained and worked as a psychiatric nurse, before founding Keeping Health in Mind - http://keepinghealthinmind.org.uk - who hope to reduce stigma and to raise the profile of mental health by offering resources to the church and encouraging local churches to be promoters and protectors of good mental health so all can belong.
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Will van der Hart
We know that God has created us all individually, and called many of us to different forms of leadership in the church. But what if some of those experiencing that calling are also struggling with mental or emotional health problems? How can we provide support? Are there ever times or situations where a mental health problem might preclude someone from ministry?
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Jonathan Clark
What does it look like to lead and pastorally care for those with mental health needs? How can our responses honour those we seek to support? Exploring a model of good practice, we look at language that helps and positive approaches to prayer.
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Panel
The closing panel from the launch of the Mental Health Access Pack - Phase 2
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Will van der Hart
It’s all very well taking time to think about the emotional health of others, but what about our own emotional health? As leaders what should our understanding of emotional health be – and how should our appreciation of our own interact with the work we do to support those struggling? What should we be doing – particularly those of us who are leaders – to look after our emotional health?
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Corin Pilling
‘A community comes about when people are no longer hiding from one another, no longer pretending or proving their value to another’ (Jean Vanier). Creating an open-hearted church is no easy task. Drawing from real life examples, we look at the small changes that can help us journey to building genuine, inclusive church communities.
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Things Unseen
Republished with permission from Things Unseen: http://www.thingsunseen.co.uk/podcasts/the-word-katharine-welby-roberts/ Katherine Welby-Roberts speaks out about matters close to her own heart – first and foremost mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, which she knows well from many years of her own painful experience. In conversation with Alison Hilliard, Katharine shares her favourite Bible verses and reflects on how they show God as a God of the suffering and anxious.
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Rev Will Van Der Hart
Hear Will's talk from the HTB Leadership Conference 2015 on stress management. Note that this talk is not about doing less but doing well when you are working under pressure and at capacity.
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Mind and Soul
Let's have an end to stigma against mental health problems in the church. This short VIDEO describes the experiences (both good and bad) of many people with mental health problems. Could you show this in your church?
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Shaun Lambert
Sometimes are moods and emotions can be inconsistent: high-spirited one moment and gloomy the next. They can get in the way of our relationship with God and how we go about our day. However, inspirational music and contemplative prayer can really have an effect on outlook. It's called Mindfulness; a technique which brings greater peace, self-awareness and calm.
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Things Unseen
First published at http://www.thingsunseen.co.uk/podcasts/dementia-faith/ No fewer than 850,000 people in the UK are living with dementia. With the baby boomer generation getting older, the numbers of those receiving this devastating diagnosis are set to rise further. Yet even when short-term memory or the ability to operate gadgets are badly affected, the memory of what has been meaningful for the patient usually remains intact for a long time. This emotional memory includes the memory of faith. I
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Rob Waller
An interview with Rob Waller and Susanne Beitan about mental illness and what the church can do about it. A church counselling service is described. Also, two very helpful testimonies from people who have personal experience of mental ilness in their families and themselves
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Things Unseen
One can have faith but not be immune to depression. Faith is no cure, not even a consolation. Yet ‘poor theology’ leads many to misunderstand, even condemn, the sufferer… and thereby only make the condition worse. First broadcast by Things Unseen - http://www.thingsunseen.co.uk/life-of-the-spirit/depression/
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Rev Will Van Der Hart
The Creative mind is a complex but wonderful thing. How can you be more creative and for longer? How do you manage the flip sides, sensitivity, low mood and distraction. What is the link between our brain and our creativity. What part does our faith play?
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Rob Waller
A talk given at a local church by Rob Waller, covering the main issues, and including a simple exposition of John 21. Slides also available.
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Rob Waller
Many people are paralysed with guilt. Guilt robs you of freedom, peace and joy. It can make you feel unacceptable or isolated. Jesus’ forgiveness is the ultimate remedy for guilt, but even for those who believe, guilty feelings can still present a lingering problem. This talk aims to differentiate between our true guilt, for which forgiveness is needed, and false guilt, for which a psychological approach will help
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Jonathan Clark
Jesus told us not to worry yet worry is endemic even amongst Christians. Worry is often used to create a sense of certainty and control, but the illusion is only temporary and even more worries are generated. What are the factors behind worry? How should we deal with uncertainty? And where does trust and faith fit into the equation?
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Katharine Welby-Roberts
Katharine is interviewed by Will van der Hart about her work in reducing the stigma about mental health and future plans for more work with churches
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Arianna Walker
Introducing Mercy Ministries UK who exist to provide opportunities for women to experience God’s unconditional love, forgiveness and life-transforming power
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Will van der Hart
As Christians we have an image of the ideal perfect person, lost in the Fall. Ever since, we have striven to regain and achieve perfection to prove ourselves to God, others and ourselves. What is the Biblical teaching on perfection and how does this relate to our understanding of Mental Health?
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Rob Waller
An overview of the last ten years since Mind and Soul started, and an introduction to the day
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Rev Will Van Der Hart
Many people struggle with anger in their relationships and yet they often over-express or repress it, rather than finding healthy ways of managing it. This seminar introduces some conceptual frames and offers new insights into anger for a more balanced relationship.
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Ruth Jackson and Andy Dipper
Premier Christian radio's morning show gave The Guilt Book between 4 and 5 stars. The review is a helpful overview of what the book is about, who it is for and some of the key points.
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Rick Warren
[first released on Premier Christian Radio] Rick talks about how he knew that his son's illness would be talked about one day and how he balanced hope with compassion. He speaks of how he was most touched by the letters of condolence from those his son had led to know Jesus - later saying on Facebook: "In God's garden of grace, even broken trees bear fruit".
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Will Van Der Hart
Will teaches at Hope City Leaders Conference on Pastoral Ministry in the 21st Century
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Will Van Der Hart
Will speaks to Restore's women's conference on the power of perfectionism, what is wrong with it and how to overcome it.
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Will van der Hart
Will speaks on guilt - recorded at the HTB Free to Be Conference 2013 - http://www.htb.org.uk/whats-on/events/free-be-conference-2013
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Shaun Lambert
Shaun Lambert has recorded six podcasts based on his book. He is interviewed by Cathy Le Feuvre, and the producer is Gary Dell. The podcasts are a Wisewords production for Shaun Lambert.The music behind the readings is by Bill Marten. Wisewords productions can be contacted via gary@wiseword.tv. In the recordings, he encourages Christians to engage with secular mindfulness, as mindfulness for health, as well as exploring the rich spiritual heritage of mindfulness within Christianity. These podcasts are
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Will Van Der Hart
Will speaks Maria Toth on Premier Radio 'Woman to Woman' about depression and obsessional thinking. Responding to listeners questions and discussing common misconceptions about mental health and Christianity this is a broad ranging discussion.
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Hannah Montgomery
Part of a series looking at things that hold believers 'Bound' - this sermon takes Jesus's emotions in the garden of gethsemane as a way to approach fear and anxiety - with honesty but also with hope. Preached by Hannah Montgomery, Central, Edinburgh
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Will Van Der Hart
In this final session of the Emotional Intelligence Lecture Series we examine how to shape the future that you want, breaking out of negative thought spirals and embracing a more flexible outlook. This session also offers signposting for effective future steps to enjoy greater emotional freedom.
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Will Van Der Hart
This third session of the Emotional Intelligence Lecture Series examines the present, the relationships and outlooks that affect us as well as the thoughts and predictions that can limit freedom. In this session we explore the power of anxiety, guilt and perfectionism on our lives.
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Will Van Der Hart
The primary focus of this second session of the Emotional Intelligence Lecture Series is to explore how our past experiences can shape our responses to the present. It helps to identify where we may have a negative thought bias based of previous experience of loss.
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Will Van Der Hart
This first session of the Mind and Soul Emotional Intelligence Lecture series introduces the basic framework for understanding our emotions. It sets the scene for the work being undertaken in subsequent sessions and seeks to identify issues that need to be explored more deeply.
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Rob Waller
Rob Waller talks about the key mental health issues involved in doing youth work in churches - anorexia, self harm, addiction - as well as the mental health of youth leaders themselves. From http://powerpointscotland.com/resources/youth-leaders
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Ian Smith
A tongue in cheek parody of what might happen when the well-intentioned but not well-thought-through try to 'fix' your church. Glib, simplistic and offensive answers to complex problems abound. Do not listen to without a sense of humour!!! [best to stream as it is 130MB to download]
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Will Van Der Hart
Will's talk on worry from the HTB Free To Be Conference in London - see the video too at http://www.htb.org.uk/media/dont-worry-be-happy
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Rob Waller
Dr Rob Waller, one of the Directors of Mind and Soul [mindandsoul.info] and a Consultant Psychiatrist talks about personality disorders, especially Borderline Personality Disorder and where help is available.
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Lucy Cockayne
Substance misuse is a hidden issue in the church. This open discussion session explores the problem and ways of enabling recovery
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Pete English
We spend a lot of our lives at home, and blood is thicker than water. What happens to our mental health when families don’t work well, and how can we make things better.
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Helen Johnson
Money cannot buy happiness but a lack of it can sure make you miserable. This seminar looks at how money and mood relate and what you can do about it.
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Rob Waller
What are the particular pressures we will face over the next ten years. A lively vision of the future.
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Chris Williams
Prof Williams explains the basics of CBT, cognitive behavioural therapy and launches our new course - Living Life To The Full With God
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Viv Dickenson Alasdair Bennett
Many initiatives require council funding, health service contacts and local church volunteers. This session explains how to work together with integrity and effectiveness
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John Swinton
Exploring the relationship between Christian healing and contemporary psychiatric practice Prof Swinton offers some joined up thinking for the future of the relationship between Christianity and psychiatry
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Dr Rob Waller
A short introduction to this new resource - online help for anxiety and depression using cognitive behavioural principles
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Rob Waller
“To live is to love”. In our culture, you are often on your own: your faith [or lack of it], your ‘personal’ Saviour. But then God invented church. In a true community healing is a gift, responsibility is shared and journeys are as important as the destination. Learn how to heal, to grow, to love – and, in doing so, to live all the more.
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Rob Waller
“To change is to live..,” but what next? What does it mean to stay emotionally healthy? There are no gyms, no five-a-day and no Olympics on the horizon. So here are some tricks of the trade: have healthy habits, discover discipleship and learn to r-e-l-a-x.
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Rob Waller
“To live is to change..,” or so goes many an inspirational quote. But we are notoriously bad at this. You will learn how humans can change and how they dig their heels in. We will cover the role of friends, faith and ferapists [sorry].
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Fellowship of Healing
Christian Fellowship of Healing prayer secretary Kirsty Urquhart tells her story of love, acceptance and healing in a robust and long-lived community
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Unbelievable (Premier)
First heard on Premier Christian Radio's show: Unbelievable. http://www.premier.org.uk/unbelievable. This Week on Unbelievable : Demons: Do they exist? John Tancock, Will Van Der Hart & Jonathan Clatworthy Listen to this featured programme! Three Christians of different theological persuasion discuss the existence of demons. John Tancock (JT) is involved in Charismatic Church leadership. He believes demons are real. As well as pursuing apologetics, he is involved in deliverance ministry and had regularly
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Will van der Hart
A seminar to accompany The Worry Book - www.mindandsoul.info/worry
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Various
A panel debates why this is important and how this works in practice. If you work in the NHS or access NHS services, this will explain what is being done to make sure Spirituality is valued as an aid to mental health. From our conference in Bradford in 2009
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Arianna Walker
Using the Mercy Ministries' model as a framework, this session examines the key Biblical steps involved in walking free from life controlling issues
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Rob Waller
Given at Holy Trinity Brompton's summer festival called 'Focus' - this seminar covers how churches can be more mental health friendly and looks at some common themes people ask about the church and mental health. See original talk at http://www.htb.org.uk/ai_media/188
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Rob Waller
Given at Holy Trinity Brompton's summer festival called 'Focus' - this seminar covers the first half of The Worry Book. See original talk at http://www.htb.org.uk/ai_media/187
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Pete English
How are young people affected by divorce? Is there anything you can do to make things easier for them? What might you expect to see in their behaviour
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Martin Saunders
What is the role of everyday youth work in keeping our mindset balanced?
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Andre Radmall
Core seminar on substance misuse as a pervasive issue in the lives of many young people. Look at the reasons, the effects and how we can help.
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Kate Middleton
Growing up in the 21st century is not easy. Many teenagers regularly find themselves struggling with emotions and moods which feel overwhelming and out of control. Increasing numbers become caught in cycles of behaviour which can cause them even more difficulty - self harm, substance abuse, risky behaviour and problems with eating and body image. But why are they so prone to these problems? What is it about growing up in our modern culture, which makes them so much at risk? And how can we help them to
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Will Van Der Hart
What is our identity? How it can it be distorted by a insecure parenting environment? How it can be restored?
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Rachel Welch
Examples and practical tips from a group of projects set up by the churches in Luton, including how to network and get funding
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Rob Waller
The larger playing field – what is mental illness, when to seek help, what medication is – and how Christians feel about these things
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Jane Smith
Core seminar on eating disorders, looking at what they are, spotting the signs, treatment and recovery.
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Donna Wade
Core seminar on self-harm, looking at the definition, causes, consequences and approaches to change
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Panel
From the MindSet Conference 2011
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Rob Waller
Problems we currently face. Predictions we can make. Preparations we can plan. Passion we can bring.
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Rob Waller
Rob Waller speaks from Matthew 6 on the topic of Freedom From Worry, combining Jesus' famous teaching on worry with modern psychological principles. Given to Destiny Church Edinburgh.
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Rob Waller
What is the role of Spirituality in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. A talk given at a conference in London, based on the paper of the same name I have recently published in The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist
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Catrina Crout
Catrina Crout from Mercy Ministries (www.mercyministries.co.uk) gives an over view of eating disorders and how the Christian faith can be a vital part of overcoming them, especially making deep and lasting change. She explains many of the highs and lows of this type of ministry and gives helpful guidance for churches
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Steve Motyer
Steve Motyer runs the Theology and Counselling course at the London School of Theology. This session is practical, but deep in content and reflection from many years of ministry.
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Greta Randle
Association of Christian Counsellors Chief Executive Greta Randle shares from her new book which tells her own story of abuse, trauma, struggle and ultimately the challenge of forgiveness
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Jonathan Clark
Self harm and suicidal ideas are more common than we think and give rise to a lot of concern. Yet they are distinct from suicide and usually do not progress to this. In this seminar you will learn how to tell the difference and how this relates to a Christian faith.
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Will Van Der Hart
Pastoral ministry is filled with challenges, but occasionally it gets really hairy. This practical talk emphases the role of personal preparedness, good local knowledge and strong policies which will see you though in difficult times.
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Kate Middleton
...then we deceive ourselves. In this talk, Kate explains why emotions are central to who we are, that you don't really want to be like Mr Spock from Star Trek. However, if you allow yourself to feel emotions, these can be nasty as well as nice!
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Rt Rev Mark Rylands
The Bishop of Shrewsbury opens the conference, drawing on his own experience in ministry of challenge, stigma and opportunity. He started the day in prayer.
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Hari Sewell
Hari Sewell from the National Mental Health Development Unit explains, from his background as someone brought up in the church but not currently attending, some of the policy, tensions and challenges that professionals, patients and managers face in making the NHS a place where spiritual matters can be helpfully addressed to the benefit of the individuals mental health. He emphasises the importance of understanding a persons narrative as being the best way spirituality can be introduced.
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Chris Williams
Chris Williams gives an overview of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), explains how it relates to faith, and introduces a major new course and website suitable for people of faith.
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Rob Waller
Do you know is doing what in your town or city? Think what you could accomplish together if you did. Video from the Telford 2010 conference.
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Rob Waller
First broadcast on Travellers Tales on Premier Christian Radio, Rob Waller is interviewed about how he became a Christian, why he went into medicine and then psychiatry and how he hopes Mind and Soul can help Britain today.
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Kate Middleton
Emotions are crucial to the way our brains operate. But for Christians some emotions can be seen as ‘undesirable’; even sinful. This seminar explains what emotions really are for, and considers how attempts to suppress them can itself lead us into sin. What should we change about the church’s attitude toward emotions?
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Rob Waller
This sermon was preached when we were invited to speak at a 'mental health sunday' at a fairly traditional anglican church in yorkshire. a smaller group met for a simple lunch afterwards. simple, to the point and easy to deliver.
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Ian Smith
A tongue in cheek parody of what might happen when the well-intentioned but not well-thought-through try to 'fix' your church. Glib, simplistic and offensive answers to complex problems abound. Do not listen to without a sense of humour!!!
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Pablo Martinez
Understanding and helping when you have a thorn in the flesh (situations of chronic suffering) is not an easy task. We need to focus on the light of hope rather than on the darkness of the trial; to speak of victory rather than defeat; not to be paralysed by the thorn’s venom but rather strengthened by the supernatural antidote of grace. Victory is forged along a costly road that ultimately leads to serene acceptance and to experience the power of Christ that is perfected in our weakness.
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Rob Waller
How can we make our churches welcoming places for people who struggle with their mental health? How are they currently unhelpful and what do they have to offer that is so vital?
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Rob Waller
So important to do well, yet so easy to do poorly – the placing of emotional health within our faith needs a firm foundation. Grace before Works. Integration before Isolation. Redemption before Recovery.
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Rob Waller
So important to do well, yet so easy to do poorly – the placing of emotional health within our faith needs a firm foundation. Grace before Works. Integration before Isolation. Redemption before Recovery
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Will Van Der Hart
Is 21st century church able to hold together the tension of giftedness and unresolved emotional and mental health issues? Do we need to be healed to be useful for the kingdom?
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Will Van Der Hart
Is 21st century church able to hold together the tension of giftedness and unresolved emotional and mental health issues? Do we need to be healed to be useful for the kingdom?
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Steve Timmis
In the Word of God we have all that we need to address the human predicament; not only by way of analysis, but also by way of treatment. In Christ and the gospel there is sanity. Problems of behaviour and emotions are always related in some way to issues of belief. And that belief relates to the Word of God, and the promises God makes to us. That is why we can have confidence in the Bible to speak directly and effectively to our lives and circumstances.
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Ashley Null
Are we called or driven? Is our identity based on our performance or the performance of Christ on the cross? Drawing on the stories of Paul, the Prodigal Son, the theology of Thomas Cramner and his work with Olympic athletes, Ashley challenges our own attempts at self-medication through achievement and shame-based motivation. He explores how we can make our activities reflect God's healing love instead."
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Tara Gormley
What are the psychological aspects of prayer ministry? What do you do when prayer ministry doesn’t work? Can prayer ministry and psychological therapy work together? What can go wrong...
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Joanna Collicutt
This talk will look at some contemporary psychological theories of spiritual growth and explore some connections with biblical themes. The areas explored will include spiritual growth as goal directed behaviour; processes of change, continuity, and transformation; Christ as model and guide; spiritual fruits and gifts. Video also available
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Joanna Collicutt
This talk will look at some contemporary psychological theories of spiritual growth and explore some connections with biblical themes. The areas explored will include spiritual growth as goal directed behaviour; processes of change, continuity, and transformation; Christ as model and guide; spiritual fruits and gifts. High Resolution Video available at http://www.blip.tv/file/3400811/
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Jonathan Clark
Invariably the passage of Jesus healing the ‘Demoniac’ is used an example of mental illness in the Bible, however, this raises more questions than it answers. Was he suffering from schizophrenia? Do demons really exist? Was it just a cultural interpretation? If he was demon possessed, does the deliverance ministry offer the cure for all mental illness?
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Rob Waller
Dr Rob Waller is interviewed by the Torch Trust, www.torchtrust.org, about the mental health problems of blind and partially sighted people. Torch is a Christian fellowship where blind and sighted people meet on equal terms. Some 130 Torch Fellowship Groups meet informally on a monthly basis across the UK, with many more overseas.
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Hazel Rolston
Hazel Rolston talks about her new book - Beyond The Edge [IVP] - in which she tells the story of her struggle with postnatal depression
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Jonathan Clark
Self Harm and Suicidal Ideas are common today - affecting an increasing number of people, especially teenagers. Jonathan explains how to tell the difference, how to know when to act and what to do
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Greta Randle
Covering why we need counselling, something of Greta's own journey and what the Association of Christian Counselling stands for, this session will equip you to be a better listener and know where to get more training.
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Will Van Der Hart
Why is worry such a problem and how can we learn to worry the right amount about the right things
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Various
Rob Waller interviews Stephen Matthew about being the Associate Pastor of a very large church and how they deal with pastoral issues, and Arrianna Walker about the principles underlying Mercy Ministries and their current plans
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Various
Listen to extracts from three speakers from our major conference in Bradford in March 2009
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Rob Waller
An over view of the history of Mind and Soul, of Rob's journey and of the relationship between Spirituality, Christianity and Mental Health
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Marion Carson and Rob Waller
Conclusion and summary from the A Safe Place? conference
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John Wattis, Christine Chapman
John Wattis and Christine Chapman explore the issues and suggest a model of care.
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Amanda Stevenson,Sheryl Ashton
Sheryl Ashton and Amanda Stevenson show how we need to look after another whole group of people.
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Rob Waller, Will Van Der Hart
Rob Waller and Will Van Der Hart answer questions after the keynotes at the Bradford 09 conference
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Will Van Der Hart
How can we make our churches places where we can healthily express and heal emotions, and why does this not happen at the moment?
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Will Van Der Hart
Will Van Der Hart covers this topic in a seminar at the Mind & Soul London Conference held in October 2008. Please note: Due to a recording error, this audio file only covers the first three points.
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Jack Graham
Dr Jack Graham, of PowerPoint Ministries in Texas USA, spoke at the Mind & Soul London Conference in October 2008, on the emotional aspects of leadership. He leads a large church in the USA.
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Marion Carson and Rob Waller
Introduction to the Safe Place conference.
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Rob Waller
Dr Rob Waller speaks about whether Christians should take antidepressants as part of a Seminar. This seminar was held as part of the Mind & Soul London Conference in October 2008.
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Will Van Der Hart
Will Van Der Hart is interviewed by Jeff Lucas and Ruth Dearnley as part of the regular premier programme - in good company
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Anthony Rose
Revd Anthony Rose explains why he wrote his book [of the same name] - how he learned to come to terms with a difficult upbringing and understand his emotions better.
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Mind and Soul Directors
Short video - file version, Quicktime 7MB
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Rob Waller
PRIME is an international charity developing person-centred healthcare in many developing countries. At this conference, their first on mental illness and health, Dr Rob Waller speaks about how mental health and Christianity relate in developing countries
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Rob Waller
Dr Rob Waller teaches Centre Managers for Christians Against Poverty how they can help with suicidal ideas by helping with debt, and how to spot when they need to act on suicidal threats. Session 3 of 3.
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Rob Waller
Dr Rob Waller teaches Centre Managers for Christians Against Poverty how they can help with suicidal ideas by helping with debt, and how to spot when they need to act on suicidal threats. Session 2 of 3.
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Rob Waller
Dr Rob Waller teaches Centre Managers for Christians Against Poverty how they can help with suicidal ideas by helping with debt, and how to spot when they need to act on suicidal threats. Session 1 of 3.
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Will Van Der Hart
25% of clergy time off is cause by depression - but very few pastors feel they can raise this in their churches. Will Van Der Hart explores this topic, drawing on his own experience in ministry
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Rob Waller, Will Van Der Hart
Recorded at the Fusion Conference in Oxford. Over 120 students crammed into a room designed for 40!
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Rob Waller, Will Van Der Hart
We can end up getting into vicious circles in our behaviours, but if we stop long enough to understand them, they can be undone and unwound, even to the point of being in a better and stronger place than before
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Various
Mercy Ministries have just opened their first house in the UK helping up to 12 girls at a time with life controlling issues. Antidepressants - should Christians take them [Interview by Rob and Will]?
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Will Van Der Hart
Identity - a sermon from a recent Mental Health Sunday we ran. Church communities - how they can help your mental health.
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Will Van Der Hart, Rob Waller
Churches today can ask you to be very busy - and all on top of a busy job and family life. Will Van Der Hart talks about some recent 'space services' at St Mary's London. Rob Waller then explains how some Christians can become very obsessional in their thinking about sin and hell, even to the point of getting OCD
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Will Van Der Hart
Identity - a sermon from a recent Mental Health Sunday we ran. Church communities - how they can help your mental health.
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