42 min

Called to Be Well-Dr. Hilda Davis & Danica Moore The Listening Chair

    • Christianity

Counselors, Hilda and Danica, explore the five stages of life-change, how to feel more in control, the differences between ritual and a routine, and the necessity of both.


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How do we gradually get rid of the negative stigma around therapy?


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What does the kid's movie, 'Leap' have to do with mental health?


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How does one know that he/she/they are made to go into the field of social work? 


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How do counselors stay sustainable through stressful days?


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What steps do Hilda and Danica take to turn up the volume of the Holy Spirit in their lives?


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All of this and more is explored as Hilda Davis and Danica Moore got cozy in the listening chair. Find comfort, courage and clarity in your own life purpose by popping in those earbuds and keep reading for more on Hilda and Danica.


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Dr. Hilda R. Davis is Founder of Hilda R Davis Creative Wellness: wellness for the whole person. She believes that wellness is what God intends for her clients. Through spiritual resources, supportive counseling, and interactive training Dr. Davis offers men and women a sacred space where the integration of their faith with their wellness goals lead to their flourishing.
She works with clients face to face and long distance through technology to offer programs and ministries to congregations, government and private agencies, and educational institutions. Her work in local congregations led to the publication of her book for African American women, Live Healthy & Be Well: Create an Action Plan, which offers Bible stories, meditation, and activities that lead to a wellness action plan. She has also written a health and spirituality blog for the Upper Room, an agency of the United Methodist Church called This Joy I Have.
Please visit her website: www.hildardavis.com
Davis received her doctorate in Religion and Psychology from Vanderbilt University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an ordained Deacon in the United Methodist Church. She has a daughter, Erin A. Grimes, who makes her proud and a “pure-joy” four-year-old granddaughter, Ryan Liliana.


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Danica D. Moore, MSW, LSW is a licensed social worker, having graduated with her Masters from Temple University School of Social Work, and is also the Founder of Therapeutic and Wellness Consulting (TAWC). She believes that healing and happiness are the birthright of everyone and has spent the last nearly 20 years creating safe spaces to support clients pursue that path. As an expert in trauma and wellness, Danica’s work crosses a variety of settings with diverse clients including community, corporate, non-profit and faith-based. She has worked with individuals, groups and couples. She operates within a strength-based framework, using evidence-based practices such as CBT to promote transformation and healing. The work that Danica does is life-changing and transformational that all begins with taking the first step to connect. From there, she walks the path with you that arrives at your best healed self.

Counselors, Hilda and Danica, explore the five stages of life-change, how to feel more in control, the differences between ritual and a routine, and the necessity of both.


.


How do we gradually get rid of the negative stigma around therapy?


.


What does the kid's movie, 'Leap' have to do with mental health?


.


How does one know that he/she/they are made to go into the field of social work? 


.


How do counselors stay sustainable through stressful days?


.


What steps do Hilda and Danica take to turn up the volume of the Holy Spirit in their lives?


.


All of this and more is explored as Hilda Davis and Danica Moore got cozy in the listening chair. Find comfort, courage and clarity in your own life purpose by popping in those earbuds and keep reading for more on Hilda and Danica.


.


Dr. Hilda R. Davis is Founder of Hilda R Davis Creative Wellness: wellness for the whole person. She believes that wellness is what God intends for her clients. Through spiritual resources, supportive counseling, and interactive training Dr. Davis offers men and women a sacred space where the integration of their faith with their wellness goals lead to their flourishing.
She works with clients face to face and long distance through technology to offer programs and ministries to congregations, government and private agencies, and educational institutions. Her work in local congregations led to the publication of her book for African American women, Live Healthy & Be Well: Create an Action Plan, which offers Bible stories, meditation, and activities that lead to a wellness action plan. She has also written a health and spirituality blog for the Upper Room, an agency of the United Methodist Church called This Joy I Have.
Please visit her website: www.hildardavis.com
Davis received her doctorate in Religion and Psychology from Vanderbilt University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an ordained Deacon in the United Methodist Church. She has a daughter, Erin A. Grimes, who makes her proud and a “pure-joy” four-year-old granddaughter, Ryan Liliana.


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Danica D. Moore, MSW, LSW is a licensed social worker, having graduated with her Masters from Temple University School of Social Work, and is also the Founder of Therapeutic and Wellness Consulting (TAWC). She believes that healing and happiness are the birthright of everyone and has spent the last nearly 20 years creating safe spaces to support clients pursue that path. As an expert in trauma and wellness, Danica’s work crosses a variety of settings with diverse clients including community, corporate, non-profit and faith-based. She has worked with individuals, groups and couples. She operates within a strength-based framework, using evidence-based practices such as CBT to promote transformation and healing. The work that Danica does is life-changing and transformational that all begins with taking the first step to connect. From there, she walks the path with you that arrives at your best healed self.

42 min