Media Release – The Des Moines Pastoral Counseling Center announces staff growth and changes
A Video Recording of “Rebound with Courage, an evening with Royce White
This video recording of the presentation starts with introductions by Dr. Jim Hayes, executive director, and Dr. Mark Minear, licensed psychologist. Mr. White appears at 13:50 mns. More information about the event here: www.dmpcc.org/men
The Des Moines Pastoral Counseling Center is awarded $45,000 from Prairie Meadows for technology updates and innovation
“Thank you to Prairie Meadows for this tremendous boost for our clients and counselors,” said Jim Hayes, the Center’s Executive Director. “Thousands of individuals in Central Iowa will benefit from this generosity.”
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Media Release: Women Helping Women event raises $210,000 to provide mental health services for women and girls in need
September 12, 2019 – June 10, 2021
This two-year course is designed for clergy, parish nurses, Stephen ministers, chaplains and others involved in pastoral care ministries. Meeting monthly, participants learn about areas critical to effective pastoral care, and receive support, encouragement and consultation on their work. Read more and register here: dmpcc.org/pastoralcarespecialist
Every 3rd Tuesday of every month / 7:00-8:30PM
No need to register. No cost.
A support group for survivors of suicide loss, no matter how long ago your loss occurred. This is offered at no cost with thanks to community support.
Although stress is at the cause of many physical illnesses and psychological disorders, it is not often diagnosed or treated at the root level. There are very few resources that effectively treat stress as a condition. MBSR™ is an 8-week intensive course, backed by 38 years of research, proven to reduce the symptoms of stress and anxiety. Utilizing curriculum developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD at UMASS Center for Mindfulness, this non-clinical (i.e. not group therapy) course is designed to teach mind-body awareness, recognize and put to use our inner psychological resources to respond to toxic stress, increase stress hardiness, focus, creativity, regulate emotions, and allow a greater sense of self-care and well-being. Read more and register here…
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