Raise kids proud to call you their parents
Learn to lead and equip your family in a meaningful way. Join us for our Parenting Conference May 13-14 at our Lafayette Campus.
Are you a parent or caregiver looking for tools to calm AND connect with your child? Join me this Sunday for a FREE event about how to foster emotional resilience in young children – preschool through elementary. Lunch AND childcare will be provided!!! I will also be signing copies of Seen afterwards! We’ll meet at 11:30am on both Sunday, March 13 (parents of kids) and Sunday, March 20 (parents of teens), with each date providing different phase-specific information. Please click the button below for more information and to RSVP!
Can We Talk? Talking to Kids and Teens about Race and Racial Justice
Dr. Chinwé Williams // FRIDAY at 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. & 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Parenting is challenging enough but the convergence of the COVID-19 pandemic with ongoing national dialogue about race and racial justice has made our jobs as moms seem even harder! Conversations about race can be incredibly daunting and leave us feeling anxious and ill-prepared. In this workshop, licensed clinical therapist Dr. Chinwé Williams offers six tips that will help you to navigate these hard, but necessary conversations with ease and confidence.
SOAR 2021 (ADD SOAR Flyer Image)
As a mom, your plate is more full than it has ever been, and your days are probably longer than you care to admit.
Join us this year for Soar Together, where we’ll pause and rest in the knowledge that God is in control of each day of our lives. At Soar Together, you’ll gather with mothers from around the globe virtually and in living rooms to connect, be encouraged, and benefit from practical teaching for your journey of motherhood. This year’s content will focus on finding peace in the midst of chaos and feature a special message by Dr. Chinwe Williams on very practical ways of managing stress and anxiety as a mom in our chaotic world.
Are you a clinician interested in incorporating components of your client’s faith and spirituality into the counseling process? Are you a faith-based clinician seeking new attachment-based ways to support your adolescent clients struggling with depression and who identify as Christian?
Join us on July 23rd, 2021 for a 2-hour CE event from 9am ET until 11am.
This training is designed to help therapists and other wellness professionals who are seeking to integrate science with spirituality when working with adolescent clients experiencing depression or despair. This is a LIVE zoom training so anyone around the country can join.
Holding space for Self…Prioritizing Clinician’s Self-Care through Somatic Techniques
Are you feeling on the edge or in the midst of burnout? As therapists, we hold space for so many and often neglect to replenish ourselves. 2020 was A LOT to navigate and while 2021 offers many glimmers of hope, for some therapists the hits keep coming…and coming.
While caring for clients who are navigating many shifts and disruptions, it can be easy to lose sight of ourselves-which can place us at risk for overwhelm and burnout. On Friday May 7th at 12 noon EST, please join Dr. Chinwé Williams who will guide us as we pause, reset, and replenish ourselves with somatic self-care techniques.
7 Keys to Wellness When Life Gets Stressful
The Living Room-Buckhead Church (March 29th, 2021 at 8pm)
Addressing Racial Trauma through Somatic and Culturally Relevant Interventions
( 1.5 hrs CE Workshop on March 26th, 2021 at 2pm)
Georgia State University 2021 Summit on Culture
4 Tips for Parents in Guarding their Own Mental Health
Youth Ministry Exchange
October 22nd-23rd, 2020
This 60 minute, free webinar is designed for therapists, social workers and coaches to deepen their understanding of racism as trauma and how to incorporate somatic therapy as a part of healing.
Essentials and Ethics of Effective Trauma Treatment
Recognizing the Warning Signs of Anxiety and Depression in Teens and How to Help Them Through
Nov 23-24 2019
Chinwé Williams, PhD
While the mental health profession is a licensed, reputable, state-regulated industry; churches and faith-based programs are often the first places families in crisis go for help. Unfortunately, children whose mental illness has not been diagnosed or treated may be placed in the care of well-meaning youth leaders who are not necessarily equipped to identify or respond responsibly to their issues. These situations can be disheartening for the children and overwhelming for the youth leaders. This presentation equips youth workers with the knowledge and skills they need to deal with sensitive mental health matters in a safe and responsible manner.
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Distress 101: Treating depression and anxiety among first-year college students
Date/Time: June 25, 2019 7:00PM – 8:30PM EST
Refund & Cancellation Policy
Registration is complete when your form and your payment have been received. If you can no long attend a workshop and need to cancel, a workshop credit may be used for a future workshop. If you would like to transfer your registration to a colleague, please let us know. Refunds cannot be issued.