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Practical Action Steps For Helping Someone With Their Anxiety Counseling Tips For Pastors And Ministry Leaders - Practical Help From Christian Counselors

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“Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” (Galatians 6:2, NIV)
 
It is not of question of IF your ministry will touch someone who is struggling with anxiety. It’s a question of when, how often, and what will you do to help.
 
Anxiety is a huge problem in our culture today. And when you are concerned that someone may be struggling with anxiety, you don’t need to wait for a diagnosis or shuffle them off to a professional.
 
As a pastor or other ministry leader, you can help. You are called to help! 
 
And in today’s podcast episode, we’ll help you identify some practical things you can do that will help. When someone is struggling with anxiety, these action steps and conversations will go a long way in offering encouragement, hope, healing, and care.
 
Let’s dive in for some practical ways that Christian leaders can help people who struggle with anxiety.
 
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ABOUT YOUR HOST 
 
This podcast is offered as a ministry from iHope Christian Care and Counseling, Inc. We are a nonprofit counseling center in the Pee Dee area of South Carolina. Our primary host is our Director: Jessica Hayes, LPC, LMFT, LPCS-C. You can learn more about The iHope Center at www.ihopeflorence.com.
 
We hope you will subscribe to our channel and share about the podcast with the other pastors and leaders in your life. There is a video, audio, and blog version of this podcast:
LISTEN on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any common podcast app
WATCH on the iHope YouTube channel
READ on the iHope blog 
 
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REFERRALS AND DONATIONS
 
Our counselors are licensed in the state of South Carolina. If you are local to our state, we hope you will consider The iHope Center as a referral source for professional counseling or life coaching. We offer a 10% discount on services to full-time pastors. Virtual services are available as well.
 
The iHope Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and we are registered in the state of South Carolina as a charitable organization. If you are local to our state, we welcome your donations and gifts to support our counseling ministry. Donations allow us to keep clients' fees at 50% below the local average cost for services.  
 
Find out more at www.ihopeflorence.com. 
 
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DISCLAIMER
 
This podcast, as well as other resources offered by The iHope Center, should be taken as informational and educational content only. Utilizing our resources does not create a professional relationship. This podcast is not therapy. Always use your own judgment in making decisions and in making recommendations for others. 
 
In the case of a medical or mental health emergency for yourself or someone else, please contact your local emergency department. In the USA, you can call “988” which is the three-digit, nationwide phone number to connect directly to the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. 
 
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Thanks for tuning in to this episode of Counseling Tips For Pastors And Ministry Leaders!
 
What’s next?
✓ Subscribe and follow the show
✓ Leave a written review and let us know what topics we should cover
✓ Click on the 3 dots above to copy the link for this episode and share with a friend or colleague
 
If you’re local to South Carolina, we hope you will consider us for referrals and donations to support this ministry. 
 
Learn more about iHope Christian Care and Counseling at www.ihopeflorence.com. 

“Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” (Galatians 6:2, NIV)
 
It is not of question of IF your ministry will touch someone who is struggling with anxiety. It’s a question of when, how often, and what will you do to help.
 
Anxiety is a huge problem in our culture today. And when you are concerned that someone may be struggling with anxiety, you don’t need to wait for a diagnosis or shuffle them off to a professional.
 
As a pastor or other ministry leader, you can help. You are called to help! 
 
And in today’s podcast episode, we’ll help you identify some practical things you can do that will help. When someone is struggling with anxiety, these action steps and conversations will go a long way in offering encouragement, hope, healing, and care.
 
Let’s dive in for some practical ways that Christian leaders can help people who struggle with anxiety.
 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
 
ABOUT YOUR HOST 
 
This podcast is offered as a ministry from iHope Christian Care and Counseling, Inc. We are a nonprofit counseling center in the Pee Dee area of South Carolina. Our primary host is our Director: Jessica Hayes, LPC, LMFT, LPCS-C. You can learn more about The iHope Center at www.ihopeflorence.com.
 
We hope you will subscribe to our channel and share about the podcast with the other pastors and leaders in your life. There is a video, audio, and blog version of this podcast:
LISTEN on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any common podcast app
WATCH on the iHope YouTube channel
READ on the iHope blog 
 
 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
 
REFERRALS AND DONATIONS
 
Our counselors are licensed in the state of South Carolina. If you are local to our state, we hope you will consider The iHope Center as a referral source for professional counseling or life coaching. We offer a 10% discount on services to full-time pastors. Virtual services are available as well.
 
The iHope Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and we are registered in the state of South Carolina as a charitable organization. If you are local to our state, we welcome your donations and gifts to support our counseling ministry. Donations allow us to keep clients' fees at 50% below the local average cost for services.  
 
Find out more at www.ihopeflorence.com. 
 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
 
DISCLAIMER
 
This podcast, as well as other resources offered by The iHope Center, should be taken as informational and educational content only. Utilizing our resources does not create a professional relationship. This podcast is not therapy. Always use your own judgment in making decisions and in making recommendations for others. 
 
In the case of a medical or mental health emergency for yourself or someone else, please contact your local emergency department. In the USA, you can call “988” which is the three-digit, nationwide phone number to connect directly to the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. 
 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
 
Thanks for tuning in to this episode of Counseling Tips For Pastors And Ministry Leaders!
 
What’s next?
✓ Subscribe and follow the show
✓ Leave a written review and let us know what topics we should cover
✓ Click on the 3 dots above to copy the link for this episode and share with a friend or colleague
 
If you’re local to South Carolina, we hope you will consider us for referrals and donations to support this ministry. 
 
Learn more about iHope Christian Care and Counseling at www.ihopeflorence.com. 

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