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Exchanging Mental Illness Myths with Sound Christian Care
We can be quick to offer advice when people are suffering with mental illness. We want to encourage, yet it is possible to hurt and discourage people, even suggesting that God would heal them if they were more faithful. Let's challenge common myths and exchange them for truths that better reflect Scripture, theology, and psychology in the hope of speaking life instead of condemnation.

Join Dr. Janet Dean to discuss this important topic.

Oct 26, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Janet Dean
Professor of Psychology @Asbury University
Dr. Janet B. Dean is a Professor of Psychology at Asbury University (Wilmore, KY), having earned her doctorate in clinical psychology at The Ohio State University and her masters of divinity degree at Asbury Theological Seminary. As an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene, she is actively involved in her local church and other ministries. Her research and practice focus is in the intersection of theology and psychology, particularly in the areas of sexual/gender identity and faith, clergy self-care, and religious experiences/beliefs and mental health. She also maintains a small private practice as a licensed clinical psychologist. Her husband, Kevin, a retired U.S. Navy Chaplain, continues to be her primary cheerleader; they have two adult sons, Jonathan and Rowan.