Religion and Mental Health: Practical Guidance for Clergy and Spiritual Caregivers
Studies show that nearly one quarter of people with mental illness approach their clergy first for help or guidance. Religion and Mental Health is a symposium for clergy and spiritual caregivers to explore and discuss this intersection. Participants will learn tips to navigate these issues from a psychiatrist and clergy who specialize in working with people with mental illness.
- Recognizing symptoms of common mental illnesses
- Distinguishing between spirituality and psychiatric symptoms
- Meeting the spiritual needs of those with mental illness
Free parking. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
NewYork-Presbyterian Westchester Division
Auditorium, White Plains, 10605, NY, United States