Emotional Heath & COVID Fatigue - Ashland Theological Seminary

Emotional Health & COVID Fatigue

After a year of living with the Covid 19 pandemic, people are tired, anxious, angry, depressed and lonely.  Please join us on March 18th at 6:30 p.m. (EST) for a virtual gathering featuring three of our faculty from our Counseling Department at Ashland Theological Seminary.  We hope you can be with us for this time of discussion centered around your questions as you continue to care for yourself and others. 

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 Meet our faculty for this event:

                                                                                                                                             

Dr. Anthony Donofrio has worked in a variety of mental health settings, and roles, including the Department of Jobs and Family Services, an inpatient pediatric unit, outpatient counseling, and performed both academic readiness and ministerial assessments. He is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Psychologist with specialized training in clinical psychopharmacology.  He has served as a full-time faculty member at Ashland Theological Seminary since 2004.

Dr. David Hartman works in the area of career counseling and specializes in working with missionaries and nonprofit workers living abroad. He has a background in sociology and counseling, and his research focuses on spirituality and identity construction. In addition to working at Ashland, he trains nonprofits around the country in coaching and counseling techniques.

Dr. Lee Wetherbee has worked in the field of mental health since 1980.  His work roles have included Child Protective Services, Community Mental Health, Inpatient Psychiatric hospitals and outpatient Counseling. He is currently a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor Supervisor and Licensed Psychologist. He has been a full time faculty member of Ashland Seminary since 2004 and maintains a limited private practice focused on personality assessment of law enforcement personnel and candidates for ordination in the United Methodist Church.                                                                                                                                                            

 

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