Religious Leaders Process Group Asks, “Can You Relate”?

Can you relate? It’s not always easy for religious leaders to find others who can relate to the unique demands and challenges encountered on their vocational journey. The CTS Counseling Center will soon be offering a Religious Leaders Process Group to provide religious leaders from all denominations and affiliations with a safe, affirmative forum where they can relate to their peers who are on similar journeys.

Coordinated by David Clifford, the group will include up to six religious leaders meeting on a weekly basis at the CTS Counseling Center. The Religious Process Group’s goal is to help participants grow in self-awareness, discover areas in which change is optimal, and explore new behavioral practices and styles of relating among a safe group of people willing to provide honest feedback. “The dynamics of the group experience provide an opportunity for religious leaders to work together, addressing common challenges that arise in relationships, friendships, work, and play, both in and out of the religious leaders’ communities,” said Clifford.

The cost is $35 and meeting days and times will be confirmed based on participant schedules. To learn more about the Religious Leaders Process Group, or to schedule an initial interview, please call David Clifford at the CTS Counseling Center: 317-931-2379.

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