Project 139: Opening the door to promote positive mental health in a chaotic world

“I praise you for, I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well.” Psalm 139:14

Trinity wants to be a safe place for adults and families to explore issues surrounding mental health. We are all wonderfully made, but so often we need support or guidance to fully live into God’s call to us.

Join us March 22-23, 2019 as we start the conversation to help make mental wellness a part of our everyday experience. We will have professionals impaneled to highlight symptoms of depression, anxiety, eating disorders and addiction. They will help facilitate general discussions on how and when to seek help for these concerns.

Of equal importance, participants will have a chance to practice some basic yoga and mindfulness techniques that are helpful in alleviating many stressors.  In addition, they will learn about sound nutrition. These approaches can help us stay calm and centered in the midst of our chaotic world.

This program is open to all adults and to children and youth 5th grade and older. We encourage children and parents to attend together. (Where appropriate, we may consider allowing children and youth to attend alone. For questions about this, contact us.)

We will kick off with a brief introduction on Friday, March 22. The program will take place on Saturday, March 23, 2019 from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm in Satterlee Hall. Lunch will be provided.

The registration fee is $40 per person, with a $100 cap for families. Please register online below.

For more information contact:

Addie Tapp, Director of Youth Ministries: 803.461.7303
Bibs Babson, Director of Children and Families Ministries: 803.461.7314
Tina Lockett, Canon for Pastoral Care: 803.461.7325
Linda Rogers, volunteer: 803.546.3513

 

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Meet our Speakers/Faciliators

courtney-armstrong.jpgCourtney Armstrong

Courtney Armstrong is a registered dietitian and experienced nutrition counselor at Simply Nutrition.  She is the CEO and owner of Simply Nutrition where she specializes in pediatric and adult eating disorders.  When she is not working, Courtney enjoys traveling and exploring South Carolina’s local restaurants and markets.

 

 

bibs.jpgBibs Babson

Bibs Babson is a lifelong member of Trinity Cathedral.  She has been active in the Children's Ministry for over 20 years and currently serves as the Director of  Children and Family Ministries at Trinity.  Bibs has recently completed a 40 hour training program as a Family Recovery Coach.  

 

 

ali-deloache-cropped.jpgAli Gray DeLoache

Ali Gray DeLoache is a registered dietitian at Simply Nutrition.  She works primarily with eating disorder clients, as she recovered from her own eating disorder.  When she is not working as a dietitian, Ali Gray loves to spend time with friends and family, her dog, Cookie, travel, and teach indoor cycling at Jamie Scott Fitness.  

 

 

 

erin-johnson.jpegErin Johnson

Erin Johnson is a psychologist who, consistent with a growing movement in psychology, believes in helping adults alleviate anxiety and depression symptoms utilizing holistic therapeutic approaches. After working in the Primary Care Unit at the Dorn VA Medical Center for five years, she is experienced in utilizing evidence based mental health treatments along with adjunct stress management approaches such as meditation, deep breathing, visualization, health coaching, and yoga. She holds a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of South Carolina.  

 

 

sally-mckay.jpgSally McKay

Sally T. McKay has been an instructor at City Yoga in Five Points for more than 15 years.  She teaches alignment-based hatha yoga and approaches each practice with humility, humor and a deep desire to explore intention, balance and self-knowledge.  Sally is the Director of Advancement and Alumni Relations at the University of South Carolina College of Arts and Sciences.  
 
 
 
 

Rebecca-payne.jpgRebecca Payne

Rebecca Ann Payne, MD, completed her residency in general adult psychiatry and a fellowship in addiction psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina in 2010. Dr. Payne joined the faculty at the USC School of Medicine in 2012, specializing in the treatment of co-occurring substance use and mental health problems and is an active member of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry. Last year, she entered a Forensic Psychiatry fellowship
 

addie-tapp.jpgAddie Tapp

Addie Tapp is the Director of Youth Ministry at Trinity, and recently completed a training through the Cole Wellness center to serve as a Family Recovery Coach. She is a recent Furman graduate with degrees in psychology and religion. Prior to moving to Trinity in June of 2018, she served as the Peer Minister for Canterbury at Furman, the collegiate ministry program through the diocese.