Catholic Mental Health Professionals Educational Seminar
January 19 @ 9:00 am
Purpose of this educational seminar: The aim is to orient and educate mental health professionals, deacons, and clergy members regarding homosexuality and transgenderism in the following areas: Catholic teachings and response, psychological history and theology, origin and psychosocial development, treatment of SSA and transgenderism, and parental response.
$10 registration fee
About the Presenter:
Joseph Sullivan, MA, LPC received a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Webster University, Vienna, Austria. His concentration in practice is individual counseling for adults and adolescents for a wide variety of behaviors and disorders, marriage and couples counseling and counseling for priests and religious.
Joseph has over 30 years of experience working as a lay missionary in many parts of the world and speaks several foreign languages. Joseph has also completed a Certificate of Religious Studies at the Claretianum in Rome, Italy. His work concentrated on providing guidance to individuals wanting to improve their quality of life in all aspects of human condition whether from material, social or spiritual impoverishment. He has provided spiritual guidance and vocational direction to adolescents, young people, adults and families. He is also trained in EMDR therapy for trauma.
His extensive international experience offers unique, multi-cultural counseling for those of other cultures and religions as well as offering a universal perspective in the Catholic tradition.
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