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Tearapy Recovery Wellness Summit
Tearapy Recovery Wellness Summit

sam. 14 mai


Virtual Interactive Summit

Tearapy Recovery Wellness Summit

Join me for the first annual Tearapy Recovery Wellness Summit (virtual). You will have the opportunity to hear from a faith leader, coaches, motivational speaker and a mental health professional on a variety of topics over the course of 2 days!

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14 mai 2022, 11:00 UTC−4 – 15 mai 2022, 14:00 UTC−4

Virtual Interactive Summit

À propos de l'événement

This 2-day event features 9 phenomenal speakers from different backgrounds and experiences. Not only will you hear powerful testimonies, but you will also walk away with tools, tips and insights that you can incorporate into your own faith and wellness journey. And of course, you know we'll always tie it back to the one who can guide us through all things- Jesus.

Speakers for Event

Anika T. Nero:

Minister, Author of Children's Book LJ Prays All Day and Host of Kingdom Culture Co. 

Topic: Maintaining Dignity After Disappointments: Journey to Wholeness

Summary: A simple definition of Dis-appointment is the absence or lack of an appointment. Oftentimes disappointments come when we desire and/or try to fit, form, or have something or someone outside of the appointed time in our lives, and we are left feeling broken and unfulfilled. We all have been there, but God knows the plans He has for us and at the appointed time He will fulfill His promises in our lives and restore us to a place of dignity and wholeness. But how do we travel this road?

Suzane Joseph:

Wellness Strategist, Mental Health Advocate, Motivational Speaker & Author of Redirect Your Choices

Topic: Mental Well Being

Summary: Learning how to cope and still be impactful in your community.

Wes Woodsen:

Motivational Speaker, Ted Talk Presenter, Owner & Chief Storyteller of the Hidden Company

Topic: Progressing not perfecting: A Mental Health Story

Summary: Wes Woodson was a born storyteller, but never felt like he could tell his own. Through his talk, “Progressing not perfecting”, Wes shares his story of coming to terms with his identity as a black man in America, escaping an abusive relationship, and finding success in first accepting himself.

Mo James:

Certified Confidence Coach, Military Veteran and Audacity Activator

Topic: Alignment Activated: Pillars of Confident Wholeness

Summary: Are you looking for confidence and wholeness in your life? During this session you’ll learn how to identify what is holding you back, discover what matters to you and design your life in a way that reflects your intention to evolve and grow.

Charity Wanjiru:

Program Researcher & Advocate at the Continental Passion for Africa

Topic: Self love - Being Your Own Best Friend

Summary: In this session, Charity will discuss how to love yourself enough to set boundaries. As it says in Mark 12:31" love your neighbor as yourself. There's is no commandment greater than these." Your time and energy are precious. You get to choose how you use it. You teach people how to treat you by deciding what you will and won't accept. 

Jevon Wooden:

Empowerment & Mindset Coach and CEO of Live Not Loathe

Topic: Six Things I Learned From Battling Depression

Summary: Mental illness does not have to define you. In this speech, Jevon will share tips on how to overcome your mental health issues to make your story one of abundance and fulfillment.

Chelsea Coon:

Mental Health Advocate, Creator of The Curiousity of Empathy

Topic: Believe for Change with Empathy

Summary: Chelsea will discuss the concept of empathy and how it helped to bridge the gap of understanding between herself as she recovered from her battle with depression, sobriety and managing her ADHD. 

Geimy McFarland, LSW, MSW:

Licensed Clinician and Certification in Violence Against Women & Children

Topic: Domestic Violence Abuse & Recovery

Summary: A brief overview of what domestic violence looks like in intimate partner relationships, the cycles of abuse that occur, and the steps towards trauma recovery.

Comfort Nysewah-Wiafe:  

Licensed Mental Health Conselor and Owner of Comfort Counseling Center

Topic: The Stress-Depression Connection

Summary: The current state of the world has either triggered or heightened our stress-depression connection. Moving through life without working through this emotional challenge can be destructive to you and your loved ones.

There are healthy ways you can start to cope with the stress-depression connection.


  • 15 minutes

    Maintaining Dignity After Disappointments: Journey to Wholeness

  • 15 minutes

    Domestic Violence Abuse & Recovery

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