Date(s) - 04/12/2019
8:00 am - 3:30 pm
MN Adult & Teen Challenge
Immanuel Approach Training
Guest speaker Dr. Andrea Bacon
Do you want to learn a new innovative tool to use with clients that would assist them in integrating their faith to resolve and heal from their past? In developing the Immanuel approach, Dr. Lehman MD and Dr. Wilder PHD have carefully integrated truth from scripture, observations from their combined 60+ years of clinical experience, and brain research regarding trauma, memory, and the neurological pathways for processing painful experiences. The Immanuel approach to emotional healing is also consistent with many of the principles and techniques from the psychotherapies with the most empirical research support, such as cognitive therapy, exposure therapy, and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) Dr Lehman and his team have found The Immanuel approach to emotional healing has been the easiest, safest, and most effective method for resolving psychological trauma. Come and learn the Immanuel approach principles and tools presented at this conference to provide an ideal foundation for faith-based psychotherapy work.
This exciting training is being offered at MNTC on April 12th
Join the Minnesota Association of Christian Counselors, MN Adult & Teen Challenge, and Dr. Andrea Bacon to learn how to incorporate the Immanuel approach into therapeutic work. CEU’s will be available for this event, lunch is included compliments of MN Adult & Teen Challenge and the cost is $59. (Discounts are available for groups of ten or more registering together.)
Registration starts at 7:45 AM, and training begins at 8:00 AM. Training will finish at 3:30 PM, and Questions/Answers will follow. We hope to see you there!
$59 per person
$49 per person for 10 or more attendees
The Immanuel approach to emotional healing
- Shifts the primary objective from “resolve trauma and relieve symptoms” to “help the person connect more intimately with Jesus by removing barriers between her heart and Him.” We gratefully accept the resolution of psychological trauma and the associated symptom relief as side benefits, but the more important priority is to remove blockages that stand between our hearts and Jesus.
- Starts with recall of positive memories and deliberate appreciation, to prepare our brain-mind-spirit systems for connecting with the Lord; and then establishes a living, interactive connection with Jesus as the foundation for the session.
- Is organized around turning to Jesus, focusing on Jesus, and engaging directly with Jesus at every point in the session.”