• When: Saturday, November 10, 10:00am – 12:30pm
• Fee: $10 (payable at the door)
Mental illness is a challenge in the lives of many people and their families in our world today. This includes deeply spiritual and committed Christian people. Depression is an incapacitating illness that interrupts the daily lives of at least 17 million people in the USA every year.
This seminar will look at what depression is and how to deal with it. If you suffer from this debilitating illness, are the spouse, loved one or friend of someone who does, or simply want to be informed on the subject, you will find this seminar helpful. We encourage and invite you to attend!
Mark Logid is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist working in private psychotherapy practice in Vista, CA. He served 22 years as a United States Navy Chaplain. He has over thirty years of pastoral counseling experience in the local congregation and as a military chaplain. His broad experience is in a variety of clinical and cultural settings, dealing with, but not limited to trauma (PTSD), homelessness, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, divorce, military family stress, church worker relationship issues, financial stress, self-esteem, severe mental illness, and substance abuse. Please see his website at www.vitatherapyservices.com. He holds 4 Masters Degrees and a Doctor of Ministry Degree and has been an ordained Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod pastor for 36 years.