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Beth M. Broom, LPC-S, CCTP-II In August 2023, I created a worksheet called “Asking Hard Questions in the Psalms.” This worksheet received some good feedback from CTHN members, but a few people asked for more. So in September, I created something called “Psalms of … Read More
Beth M. Broom, LPC-S, CCTP-II When we enter into seasons of suffering, it’s only natural that we begin to ask hard questions. Our minds and hearts are trying to make sense of pain and frustration, so we wonder things like, “Where is God? Why … Read More
by Beth M. Broom, LPC-S, CCTP-II We are all designed to function relationally. When I think of relational health, I think of the fruit of the Spirit described in Galatians 5:22-23: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, … Read More
Trauma Care Toolkit Volume 01
Healing from the effects of trauma can be a lifelong journey. For many survivors, the process of finding safety, grieving their wounds, and beginning to believe in a joyful future seems out of reach.
The Trauma Care Toolkit includes worksheets, handouts and tools to be used by counselors, pastors and helpers who care for trauma survivors. The book is designed to help survivors gain stability, process the pain of trauma, and move forward into health and thriving.
Christian Trauma Healing Network (CTHN) serves mental health professionals, pastors, and lay ministry leaders to advance Christ-centered trauma healing in the church and society.
“…trauma is perhaps the greatest mission field of the 21st century.”– Diane Langberg, Ph.D – Suffering and the Heart of God: How Trauma Destroys and Christ Restores
For Mental Health Professionals
CTHN is a place where you are not alone as a Christian therapist treating clients with trauma. You’re invited to connect with other clinicians to collaborate and serve the church together.
For Ministry Leaders and Pastors
CTHN will provide you with curated resources, training, and a referral network so that your ministry can be aware and responsive to members of your community who may be living with unhealed trauma.
“Being traumatized-Bessel van der Kolk
is not just an issue of being stuck in the past;
it is just as much a problem
of not being fully alive in the present.“
“I have come-Jesus Christ
that they may have life
and have it to the full.“