Topic: Helping Couples Survive Infidelity
Registration closes October 27th
|11:30am—12:00pm||Registration and Networking|
Dr. Lori Ryan is a Licensed Professional Counselor who practices out of Promises Counseling in Burleson, Texas. She also has experience working with women at Safe Haven. Lori has her MA in Christian Counseling from DBU, and her PhD in Psychology and Counseling from BH Carroll. Additionally, Lori teaches adjunctively at BH Carroll and Dallas Baptist University. Lori enjoys working with all age groups. She offers help to those dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, divorce recovery, sexual abuse, and stress. She uses an integration of client-centered therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy, and behavior modification based on the needs and strengths of the individual client. She is EMDR level 1 and level 2 trained from the EMDR Institute. EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a mode of therapy that can be very effective in reprocessing and desensitizing traumatic experiences.
Dr. Mentanna Campbell is a Licensed Professional Counselor and works in a Christian counseling center in Burleson, Texas. Mentanna holds a Masters of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and spent the first half of her professional life working in ministry, first as a college minister and then as a missionary in France. Upon returning to the states in 2009, Mentanna pursued her Masters in Counseling from Regent University and then her doctorate from Texas Christian University. In addition to seeing clients, Mentanna is an adjunct professor at TCU and BH Carroll. Mentanna works with teens, adults, and families struggling with anxiety, depression, addiction, and interpersonal concerns. She has specialized training in couple’s counseling, sexual and gender identity, religious and spiritual struggles, and spiritual direction. Mentanna believes passionately that the counseling process can help clients overcome barriers that prevent them from becoming who God always intended for them to be. Practicing from a strength-based, eclectic stance, Mentanna comes alongside clients as a companion and collaborator to support, encourage, and provide the tools necessary to experience healing and growth. Mentanna continues to research and write, focusing on a counselor’s way of being and how the uniqueness of the therapeutic relationship can aid individuals to move through seasons of religious and spiritual struggle.
6500 N. Belt Line Road
Irving, TX 76063