Master Your Moods Workshop
How to tell if you need medications for your mood
Everything a Christian needs to know about depression, anxiety and mood swings
Would you like to have a stable mood and a peaceful mind, filled with only the thoughts you choose?
You’ve come to the right place.
Is it hard to shut your mind off from negative or anxious thoughts?
Are you struggling with your moods and ashamed that you can’t just “pull yourself together?”
You are not alone.
Up to 20% of people struggle with their thoughts and moods and most are unaware that they have a correctable problem.
There is a lot of confusion about the causes and treatments of mental health problems among Christians. That’s why I changed the course of my career and worked exclusively in mental health for over 25 years.
In the 90 minute Master Your Moods Workshop you will find the answers that remove all the mystery, misunderstanding, stigma and confusion about depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. You’ll learn everything a Christian needs to know about mood disorders.
You will get answers to these frequent questions:
How do I know if I need medications for my moods?
Are depression, anxiety and bipolar disorders medical, spiritual or emotional problems?
Is depression caused by lack of faith?
Why does God seem so far away when I’m depressed?
What treatments are safe for Christians?
What is the role of the demonic?
You will understand:
How to assess yourself or a loved one.
How these conditions affect you spiritually.
How the medications work.
When to seek help and how to help others.
Imagine how good it will feel when you can get control of your thoughts and moods. It will change your life!
You will receive a self assessment pdf check list for depression, anxiety and bipolar
At the end of the 1 hour presentation, there is a 30 minute Q&A
Don’t suffer needlessly any longer. Join the workshop and begin or accelerate your walk to mental, emotional and spiritual freedom.
If you have any questions, contact me at [email protected]
Hope you will join me at the workshop.
Grant Mullen M.D.