Houston Baptist University will host the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) 2018 “Houston Strong” Summit on Friday, November 9, and Saturday, November 10, at HBU’s campus, 7502 Fondren Road. Through Friday, June 29, registrants will receive an “early bird” discounted registration rate of $149.
The conference is meant for mental health professionals, pastoral staff, and lay people alike. (Mental health continuing education credits are available.) Counseling and mental health experts will cover areas including grief response, suicide, abuse, relationships, addictions, disorders, family health, and church leadership and counseling, all from a biblical perspective. HBU president, Dr. Robert B. Sloan, as well as Dr. Jeremiah Johnston, founder of HBU’s Christian Thinkers Society, will be among the plenary speakers.
Dr. Tim Clinton, president of the AACC, said, “The Church needs to be at the center of bringing hope and healing to those seeking help and direction with life’s most difficult issues and challenges. Don’t miss the ‘Houston Strong’ 2018 Summit as we address mental health, the Church, and families and relationships together.”
Visit Houston.CMHCSummit.com for more information.