Women’s Morning Tea
Date(s) - 10/10/2020
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Generational patterns maybe impacting your mental health, well-being and relationships.
How does God’s gr eater story give hope?
Our generational histories have a profound impact on our present well-being, mental health and relationships. Looking at generational patterns
from a biblical and psychological perspective gives understanding of our stories and the unhealthy recurring patterns in our life.
Our time together will be informative and practical to help identify our triggers, re-enactments, and mental health symptoms connected to our
family histories. Through awareness and insight, we have hope to re-story our lives and in turn change the course of future generational cycles.
God’s greater story brings forgiveness, restoration, reconciliation and healing.
Emma has been married for 20 years, has four children, loves walking, family camping and is passionate about God’s word. She has also been in
Pastoral Ministry over the last few years.
Emma has extensive experience and training in working with people who have experienced complex trauma, with a particular interest in
bringing resolution and healing for people who have experienced childhood abuse and neglect. Emma has a Bachelor of Social Science majoring
in Counselling, Master of Counselling Practice, Certificate of Attainment in Professional Supervision.
Lyn has been married for over 40 years, 2 children and has 3 grandchildren. She loves walking, jigsaw puzzles, hanging out with friends, family
and playing with her grandchildren.
Lyn is a well sought-after Therapist, Managing Director/Owner of Connections Counselling Perth. Lyn has studied extensively and is best
known for her work in neglect, abuse and all forms of pregnancy loss including abortion. She is very compassionate, genuine, insightful and is
committed to helping people through life’s difficulties. She manages and coordinates Hope Alive Australia and New Zealand. Lyn strives to
conduct herself in a professional and ethical way.