27 min

Leading Through Uncharted Territories - Mental Health Concerns Metro District Sights & Sounds

    • Religion & Spirituality

A Conversation with Jay Cobb,  executive director of Sanctuary Counseling Group a faith based organization that specializes in bringing healing to the mind, heart and spirit by providing excellent emotional, spiritual and relational health care to people in the communities we serve. Our goal is to offer each client a safe place without judgement or shame. We walk with them where ever they are in the journey without any expectations. Our 14 therapist are from various religious, cultural, and educational backgrounds. Overall, our counselors work with the population in general, but each one offers their own expertise ranging from couples, teens, children, men, women, abuse, trauma, grief, child loss, marriage, parenting, addiction, and peri-natal trauma to name a few. We see people of all faith walks including non-believers and those whom have not decided yet. Because of our history and past connection to the United Methodist Church, we believe that a large part of our work is pastors with many of our therapist being pastors themselves.
Resources  
Books: 
Finding Meaning: the 6th Stage of Grief, by David Kessler   Grief and Grieving: Finding the Meaning of Grief Through the Five Stages of Loss, by David Kessler and  Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. Counseling Centers:
Sanctuary Counseling Group
Sanctuary Counseling Group Central Office
The Terry Building
1801 East Fifth Street, Suite 110
Charlotte, NC 28204
Instagram, YouTube
Atrium Behavioral Health Charlotte, a facility of Carolinas Medical Center : 501 Billingsley Road; Charlotte, NC 28211
Music by - Lucas Britt -

A Conversation with Jay Cobb,  executive director of Sanctuary Counseling Group a faith based organization that specializes in bringing healing to the mind, heart and spirit by providing excellent emotional, spiritual and relational health care to people in the communities we serve. Our goal is to offer each client a safe place without judgement or shame. We walk with them where ever they are in the journey without any expectations. Our 14 therapist are from various religious, cultural, and educational backgrounds. Overall, our counselors work with the population in general, but each one offers their own expertise ranging from couples, teens, children, men, women, abuse, trauma, grief, child loss, marriage, parenting, addiction, and peri-natal trauma to name a few. We see people of all faith walks including non-believers and those whom have not decided yet. Because of our history and past connection to the United Methodist Church, we believe that a large part of our work is pastors with many of our therapist being pastors themselves.
Resources  
Books: 
Finding Meaning: the 6th Stage of Grief, by David Kessler   Grief and Grieving: Finding the Meaning of Grief Through the Five Stages of Loss, by David Kessler and  Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. Counseling Centers:
Sanctuary Counseling Group
Sanctuary Counseling Group Central Office
The Terry Building
1801 East Fifth Street, Suite 110
Charlotte, NC 28204
Instagram, YouTube
Atrium Behavioral Health Charlotte, a facility of Carolinas Medical Center : 501 Billingsley Road; Charlotte, NC 28211
Music by - Lucas Britt -

27 min

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