Pastoring Through Mental Health.

Episode 4 April 05, 2021 00:37:21
Pastoring Through Mental Health.
Faith and Mental Health
Pastoring Through Mental Health.
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Show Notes

Rev. Jim Knol, MDiv, LCSW is the Director of pastoral care for the Christian Health Care Center. He is an ordained as a minister and regional mental health consultant for the Reformed Church in America. He is based in Warwick, New York. In this episode discover what it means to be a pastor wrestling with mental health, some of the stigmas that exists, and how advocates can help pastors take care of themselves. 

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