Redeemer Counseling Newsletter
May is mental health awareness month. It is a great time for church leaders to assess their response to mental health challenges in their community. Churches and ministry leaders are often first responders in crises and they have a deep desire to help people. However, because leaders can be unsure of exactly how to help or do not always have sufficient training, they can sometimes unintentionally hurt people with their response. We want to help you navigate these challenges effectively. In this toolkit, you will learn six ways to care for the mental health of the people you serve.
Jyothi James, LMHC
Counselor and Clinical Supervisor
Jyothi a licensed Mental Health Therapist and clinical supervisor at Redeemer Counseling Services. With a deep understanding of trauma-informed therapy, Jyothi is also certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) — providing treatment for trauma. Along with this, she is well-versed in providing care for those struggling with anxiety and depression.
Jyothi facilitates group counseling at RCS on managing anxiety in a faith based way. She is passionate about empowering individuals to understand their unique story and how it has shaped their perception of themselves, others, and even God.