Asbury and Kim Bailey will partner once again to host a 6 week Parent Support Group from April 6 through May 18 (off on April 27), 6:00-7:30 pm in room 109. This is a support group for parents of adolescents living with mental health challenges.
Asbury Family Ministry has partnered with Kim Bailey, M. Ed., ALC, to offer a semi-annual Mental Health First Aid training day. The class takes a deep look at what happens when your child is struggling or maybe even hospitalized with a mental health issue. It can feel lonely and frightening, but it’s a situation that many in our community find themselves in. If you are interested in attending the fall session in August, or want additional information, please email email@example.com.
Facilitator Kim Bailey, M.Ed., ALC is a licensed local counselor with more than 20 years of experience working with women, youth, and families. She says this to her clients:
“If you are ready to find hope in difficult circumstances, to be empowered to move forward, and to offer yourself grace amidst challenges, I believe you can attain peace by committing to healing and acknowledging your own innate abilities to overcome.”
Questions? Contact Family Ministry Director Angie Gongwer.
In addition to the classes provided by Kim Bailey, Asbury is privileged to host United Counseling: A ministry of the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church that has provided counseling to children, youth, adults, couples, and families for more than 45 years. Request an appointment by calling their central office at (205) 824-8320 or by visiting their website.