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Join us to learn how to manage your stress in healthy ways and how to become stronger in the midst of chaos with speaker Rev. Dr. Kay Towns.

In uncertain times, it can be normal to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared, and even angry. However, according to the Center for Disease Control, coping with stress in healthy ways will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. In this presentation, we will learn how to manage our stress in healthy ways, and also how to become stronger in the midst of chaos.

Come join us for this free presentation at the Hope and Healing Center & Institute. Register today for login information.

 

About the Speaker

Rev. Dr. Kay Towns, DPC, MTS, MAC, LPC, Brain Health Consultants and TMS Center

Rev. Dr. Kay Towns, DPC, MTS, MAC, LPC, Brain Health Consultants and TMS Center

Rev. Dr. Kay Towns is an ordained United Methodist minister who is called to serve in the ministry of counseling, and currently serves at Brain Health Consultants & TMS Center in Houston. In addition to working in private practice, she also helps teach a doctoral-level ethics and law course at Houston Graduate School of Theology.

She works with people of all faith traditions, and with those who do not embrace a faith background but who are searching for meaning or spirituality in their lives. Kay is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has a Doctorate in Professional Counseling. She works with people of all backgrounds and in through different life phases. Her current work primarily centers of work with adults and couples.

Kay completed her clinical training at The Menninger Clinic in Houston, Texas, gaining valuable experience with complicated mental health conditions. She was the first chaplain intern at The Menninger Clinic since the 1980s, and also the first LPC to be accepted and complete a practicum and internship at The Menninger Clinic. Her areas of expertise include grief, anxiety, depression, spiritual issues, phase of life struggles, and relationship problems.

Kay is a mental health advocate who works to eradicate stigma associated with mental illness and promote healthy attitudes and understanding around the topic of mental health.

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