I was persecuted for treating depression in Christians

Is depression physical or spiritual?

This question confuses many Christians, so they refuse treatment.

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3 comments on “I was persecuted for treating depression in Christians

  1. Karen on

    Dr. Mullen was a breath of fresh air when I had suffered from clinical depression.
    In fact, he was a God send. I bought the emotionally free book and it was instrumental in my road to recovery.
    Previously, I was alone and suffering, not understanding why as a Christian, I was going through this. Others were clueless about depression among Christians (sadly, very counterproductive) but now I am no longer alone and hopefully, God can use me to minister to others who are “privately suffering”.
    Been to a number of Dr. Mullen’s seminars with Cathy and highly recommend attending one.
    Thank you Dr. Mullen, for being a HUGE part of my healing.

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  2. Lynda Jacobs on

    Dr. Mullen was instrumental in helping me with clinical depression also. He was/is such a blessing–a God-send as Karen said. I wish he was still practicing because I still suffer badly with anxiety. My meds were given over to my GP, who really doesn’t understand how to handle things. It’s been suggested by someone that I go for trauma counselling, as I was diagnosed with PTSD about 25 years ago. I thought the Lord had healed me of it, but lately I am in a bad situation and have been breaking down crying when I’m feeling overwhelmed and in previously unknown situations.

    I just want you to know, Grant, that I am so thankful that you pushed through the persecution. Thank you for being faithful to the Lord’s calling on your life.

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