Bethel Church Counseling is hosting 2020TALK: Building Resilience & Finding Hope on Thursday, September 24 from 6:30-8 p.m. at Bethel Church. 

No one saw this coming. It seems like we should have our feet under us by now but so many of us are struggling with grief of many kinds, uncertainty and bouts of incredible stress. Our relationships have been impacted. For many of us, our emotional state and coping strategies are strained. But what if we can turn to real, solid help, build resilience and use this as a stepping stone into a HOPE-filled future.

3 uniquely gifted and qualified speakers will offer tools that are evidence-based to lower anxiety, increase mood and have a more hopeful outlook, offer help to parents, teachers and caregivers and bring a spiritual perspective that offers hope.  This will be an informative in person event at Bethel Church, Fargo with Livestream at https://live.bethelfc.com and on Facebook on the Bethel Church Fargo page.

No need to register.

Childcare is not available.

If attending in person – masks are strongly encouraged until seated in the Worship Center. Designated seating in the Worship Center will provide social distancing.

Contact counseling@bethelfc.com with questions.

Speakers

Sarah How is a mother to 4 children, speaker, children’s author of several children’s books, and is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. In education, she has spent her career consulting and collaborating to bring transformative changes for adults, children and families.  She has served as the President of the North Dakota Association of School Psychologists. In August 2018 after moving to Minnesota she became a board member for the Minnesota School Psychologists Association. Sarah is also a dynamic Certified Advanced Trainer in the Nurtured Heart Approach. Her experiences vary from Preschool thru 12th grade + with children and teens who are challenging, intense and have special needs. She has trained internationally on the Nurtured Heart Approach and been key in supporting the translation of this approach to Spanish with her work in Puerto Rico and Mandarin with her work in China. Her advocacy, passion and experiences have led to being invited to train in businesses, education, faith communities and coach individuals and families around the US and internationally to be more intentional in relationships.

Stephen Wonderlich, Ph.D., is the Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor, University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences. He is Co-Director of the Eating Disorder and Weight Management Center at Sanford Health and also the Sanford Center for Bio-behavioral Research. He serves as Vice President at Sanford Research.

He has published widely in the literature. He currently sits on the Editorial Board for several professional journals, is a Past-President of the Academy for Eating Disorders, and was a member of the Eating Disorder Workgroup for DSM-5. He serves, or has served, on the Board of Directors for several eating disorder organizations, including the Eating Disorder Research Society, Academy for Eating Disorders, Eating Disorder Coalition, and the National Eating Disorder Association. He also serves as the Director of the Treatment Collaborative for Traumatized Youth – an organization dedicated to enhancing treatment for abused and neglected children.

Loree Veith is the Director of Bethel Church Counseling at Bethel Church in Fargo. Liberty University is Loree’s alma mater for both her BS in Psychology and MA in Counseling. She is licensed in the state of North Dakota. She has been married to Bethel’s Senior Pastor, Andy Veith, for 32 years and they have 4 grown children and 2 grandchildren. An eclectic approach to counseling with the Word of God as the foundation allows Loree to help women and couples with pre-marital, marriage, women’s issues, identity – who I am issues, grief / loss, anxiety, depression and spiritual attack. She is passionate to see people connect authentically and vulnerably to Christ and to others. She believes that in doing so one must realize how weak and wounded we are as well as how very gracious and loving our God is.