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Touchy Subject: Mental Health Part 1
Episode 12nd September 2021 • Touchy Subjects Podcast • Erin Billings
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This episode was recorded on June 8, 2021. 
On this episode, we discussed:

Why has MH become such a hot topic over the last couple of years?
What impact has COVID had on Mental Health?
What is stigma?
Why is there a Mental Health stigma in Christian circles?
What can Christians do to get rid of the Mental Health stigma in the Church?

Introducing our Mental Health Panel:
Amber Diamond Green is a nationally certified licensed clinical mental health counselor in a private practice setting in North Carolina. She works mostly with older children, teens, and young adults. Amber approaches mental health from a holistic perspective seeking to understand the physical, mental, and emotional aspects of each client. She seeks to understand how this may effect their perspective and growth in their therapeutic journey. When Amber isn’t practicing counseling, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and traveling. 
Lexie Smith is a lifelong human rights activist after surviving sexual exploitation her entire childhood and the lifelong effects of that abuse. She is a first-generation college graduate with a degree in Psychology and runs a business as a trauma-informed consultant to those interfacing with survivors of violence. 
Dr. Jordan Wilson is the Lead Pastor of Harvest Center Church in Pell City Alabama. He has been in full time ministry for 20 years. Jordan is married to Jessica and they have 3 kids named Isaac, Josiah, and Evy-Ann. Dr. Jordan is an Ordained Bishop with the Church of God and his academic credentials include: B.S. in Pastoral Ministry from Lee University, M.A. Theological Studies from Liberty University, ED.D (Candidate) in Organizational Leadership from Grand Canyon University, and D.MIN in Ministry Leadership from South University. He has extensive training in pastoral counseling in the areas of mental health and grief counseling. 




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