Connecting Faith and Therapy: Intentional Healing for Black Men and Women

Join Therapist, Ben Roberts, for Connecting Faith and Therapy: Intentional Healing for Black Men and Women

Monday, Sept. 14th, 6-7pm

 

Workshop Details:
People of color have to be intentional about self-care especially during the current climate. This presentation will focus on the need for black men and women to be intentional about providing self-care and how connecting therapeutic interventions with their faith can provide that care.

 

Bio:
Ben Roberts III, is a National Certified Counselor, and Licensed Professional Counselor. He received his Master’s in Counseling from Harding School of Theology in Memphis, TN. Ben developed a love for working with families while serving as the Family Life Minister at his home congregation in Memphis, TN. After moving back to his home city in Gallatin, TN, he developed a counseling practice: Purposed Life Counseling, which has a special commitment to helping men and women of color, young adults, and communities of faith in the Middle Tennessee area. Ben provides individual, couples, and group counseling. He also provides trainings and workshops for churches and businesses. Ben is also a Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC) where he provides non-medical solution focused therapy to military and their families. Ben is the co-founder of “The Soul of Black Men,” a group dedicated to de-stigmatizing mental health for black men.