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Resources on Mental Health
At Woodside, we are dedicated to resourcing individuals and communities about the importance of taking care of one’s mental health and providing opportunities to get help. And we want to join in the continued conversation surrounding mental health and provide Godly resources to help those in our church family and beyond.
Our Woodside Staff has put together a resource list for you filled with books, blogs written by staff and counselors, episodes of Coming & Going, The Link, and Everyday Theology centering around mental health conversations, and online resources for you to utilize.
If you or a loved one are struggling or are looking for professional help, please contact us and one of our Campus Pastors would love to meet you, talk with you, and connect you with a mental health professional. To contact us, click here.
Unshakable You — by John Opalewski
Grace for the Afflicted — by Matthew Stanford
Winning the War in Your Mind — by Craig Groeschel
Beyond the Spiral – by Will Hutcherson & Chinwe Williams
Rhythms of Renewal — by Rebekah Lyons
What God Has to Say About Our Bodies by Sam Allbery
Boundaries — by Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsend
BOOKS FOR PARENTS
Hurt 2.0: Inside the World of Today’s Teenagers by Chap Clark
Alongside: Loving Teenagers with the Gospel by Drew Hill
More Than A Conqueror: A Christian Kid’s Guide to Winning the War on Worry by Laura Kuehn, LCSW
Setting the Stage for Healing: 3 Must Haves for Parents – by Lauren Armstrong, MAMFC, LPC TBRI Practitioner
What Does God Say About Mental Health? – by Dr. Ravae Wilson, PhD
A Christian Teen’s Guide for Good Mental Health by Laura Kuehn, LCSW
The Battle of the Mind — by Dr. Ravae Wilson, PhD
Anxiety & The Kingdom of God — by C.T. Eldridge
How to Begin Breaking Down the Stigma of Mental Health— by Makayla Czeder
There is No Fear in Love — by Tim Holdridge
7 Practical Ways to Manage Your Anxiety during this Holiday Season — by Christy Schmidt, LPC
[although a holiday themed blog, the steps are practical for every season]
Coming & Going: Conversations about Body Image & Eating Disorders
Grace Space – Grace Space [meeting at Woodside’s Royal Oak Campus] is a place for those have a mental illness or family members who have a loved one living with a mental illness. Here you will find support, knowledge, encouragement, and grace in a safe, faith-based setting. Built around book studies and discussions, the goal of this group is to encourage one another as we support our loved ones, and to be reminded of how, as the church that loves Jesus, we can care for those around us.
For more information click here or contact email@example.com