JOIN US WITH GUEST DR. FAYE WEEMS-SINGLETON, LMFT TO DISCUSS CLERGY-CARE AND CLERGY MENTAL HEALTH. Our guiding question for this episode asks, “Why do so many ministry leaders suffer in silence and how do they get help?”
The TheoTherapist Podcast, where we explore the intersections connecting theology and mental health. The TheoTherapist podcast is hosted by Dr. Ca Trice Glenn, practical theologian and licenced therapist.
02:35 Working with African American Clergy
04:25 Dr. Weems-Singleton Clergy Research
24:40 Helping Clergy Accept the Need for Help
31:30 'No' is a Sacred Word, 'No' Sets Boundaries
33:55 How can “The Church” Become Safer for Clergy Vulnerability?
Church members need to pray for pastors:
“Just like Jesus there is humanity here. And you need to pray for the humanity. You need to recognize that there is humanity in the midst of this call, there is a human here, and that human needs care.” – Dr. Ca Trice Glenn
Rev. Dr. Ca Trice Glenn, LPCHost
Through counseling, consulting and training, Dr. Glenn shares her passion for wellness and balance. Over the last 20 years, she has held leadership positions in the entertainment, corporate, information technology and counseling fields. In addition to her professional experience, she also lives out her life’s vocational calling as an ordained minister. Dr. Glenn uses her gifts to educate and care for others seeking holistic wellness. Through counseling, consulting and training, Dr. Glenn shares her passion for wellness and balance.
Dr. Faye Weems-Singleton, LMFTGuest
A seasoned pastoral counselor with over a decade of private practice experience and over twenty years educating in higher education and seminary institutions. Dr. Faye Weems-Singleton is a creative, passionate, and dedicated Assistant Professor of Pastoral Care and Counseling and a licensed marriage and family therapist, with over twenty years of teaching experience in higher education and the seminary and eleven years in therapeutic practice. Dr. Faye is distinguished for her interactive and engaging instruction, her therapy practices that encompasses a broad and diverse demographic and her research with the African American family, particularly the African American male.