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Sun, Jun 02


Virtual Event

Are My Religious Beliefs Negatively Affecting My Mental Health?

Join us for a thought-provoking virtual event to close out Mental Health Awareness Month.

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Are My Religious Beliefs Negatively Affecting My Mental Health?
Are My Religious Beliefs Negatively Affecting My Mental Health?

Time & Location

Jun 02, 2024, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM EDT

Virtual Event

About the event

In this insightful session, we will explore the complex relationship between religious beliefs and mental health. While faith can be a source of comfort and strength, certain interpretations or practices can sometimes contribute to stress, anxiety, or feelings of unworthiness.

Key Topics:

  • Understanding the impact of religious guilt and fear on mental well-being
  • Identifying signs that religious beliefs may be causing mental distress
  • Balancing faith with self-compassion and mental health
  • Practical strategies to harmonize spiritual beliefs with a healthy mindset

Our expert speaker, Dr. Raykel Tolson, a Financial Educator and New Thought Christian, will lead the discussion, offering her unique insights and practical advice. Dr. Tolson is dedicated to helping individuals elevate their thoughts and live abundantly, drawing on her extensive knowledge and passion for teaching.

Why Attend?

  • Gain a deeper understanding of how your faith may be influencing your mental health
  • Learn strategies to mitigate negative mental health impacts without compromising your beliefs
  • Connect with a supportive community and share your experiences
  • Equip yourself with tools to foster a positive and balanced spiritual life

This event is perfect for anyone seeking to reconcile their faith with their mental health, especially those who feel their religious beliefs might be contributing to their stress or anxiety.

Reserve your spot today. Spaces are limited, so don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your mental well-being while honoring your spiritual journey.

Let's end Mental Health Awareness Month with a commitment to nurturing both our spiritual and mental health. We look forward to seeing you there!

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