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Grief Journeys — How to Heal from the Heartbreak of Loss
October 23, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Are you struggling with loss? In this presentation, you’ll learn a novel approach to grief that integrates evidenced-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) elements with Narrative Therapy elements in a meaning-making framework (including the incorporation of spirituality) for the purpose of helping you work through grief in healthy ways and move towards a place of healing.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL ATTENDEES PRIOR TO THE EVENT
Check in will begin 15 minutes prior to the program beginning. Due to video filming, late attendees will be asked to view the presentation in the Green Room.
PARKING AND BUILDING LOCATION
The best way to locate our building is to search 5025 Riverway Drive, Houston TX 77056 in your GPS and it should take you to the corner adjacent to our building.
Due to ongoing construction in our area, please refer to our Designated Program Parking Areas map for directions on where to park. Designated parking areas will be highlighted in blue. Please do not park in the areas highlighted in red.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Rev. Dr. Kay Towns, DPC, MTS, MAC, LPC, Brain Health Consultants and TMS Center
Rev. Dr. Kay Towns is an ordained United Methodist minister who is called to serve in the ministry of counseling, and currently serves at Brain Health Consultants & TMS Center in Houston. In addition to working in private practice, she also helps teach a doctoral-level ethics and law course at Houston Graduate School of Theology. She works with people of all faith traditions, and with those who do not embrace a faith background but who are searching for meaning or spirituality in their lives. Kay is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has a Doctorate in Professional Counseling. She works with people of all backgrounds and in through different life phases. Her current work primarily centers of work with adults and couples. Kay completed her clinical training at The Menninger Clinic in Houston, Texas, gaining valuable experience with complicated mental health conditions. She was the first chaplain intern at The Menninger Clinic since the 1980s, and also the first LPC to be accepted and complete a practicum and internship at The Menninger Clinic. Her areas of expertise include grief, anxiety, depression, spiritual issues, phase of life struggles, and relationship problems. Kay is a mental health advocate who works to eradicate stigma associated with mental illness and promote healthy attitudes and understanding around the topic of mental health.