Christian Counselor Series Brown Bag Luncheon

From Grievance Story to Forgiveness:
Helping Clients Heal from Relational Wounds

Bring your lunch and join us in person or watch live online

11:30am - 1:00pm CDT  Monday, September 19

From Grievance Story to Forgiveness: Helping Clients Heal from Relational Wounds

Speaker: Dr. Scott Floyd

Grievance stories often result from either real or perceived relational wounds. This session considers the nature of grievance stories through the lens of Elijah’s experience in 1 Kings 18-19. One key method of helping clients address relational wounds is through the forgiveness process. Using Matthew 18:21-35, this session will then look at the nature of forgiveness—what it is, what it isn’t, and how to assist hurting clients to engage in the forgiveness process.

1 Hour CEU Available (online registration required)

Schedule

Monday, September 19

11:30am—11:45am Registration and Networking
11:45am Welcome and Announcements
Noon—1:00pm Session Presentation
 

Guest Speaker

 
Dr. Scott Floyd
 

Dr. Scott Floyd, LPC-S, LMFT

Dr. Floyd is a Licensed Professional Counselor (Approved Supervisor) and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He leads the counseling ministry of Gambrell Street Baptist Church. In addition to professional memberships in the American Association of Christian Counselors and the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, he authored Crisis Counseling: A Guide for Pastors and Professionals (Kregel Academic & Professional).

Scott Floyd earned M.A.M.F.C. and Ph.D. degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, TX), with additional study toward the M.Div.B.L. degree. Prior to his 2010 appointment to Carroll Institute, he taught for twenty years at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and was Professor of Psychology and Counseling (2008-2010). He also served as Assistant Professor of Psychology at Howard Payne University (1988-90). Dr. Floyd taught courses at the Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary, Cochrane, Alberta, Canada, in 1995, 1998, and 2003.

Dr. Floyd and his wife Molly have four children: Arie, Micah, Jilli, and Macy.

 

Location

The Carroll Center

The Carroll Center

6500 N. Belt Line Road
Irving, TX 76063

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