In Ezekiel 37, the dry bones come together, stand and flesh returns to them. But they are not alive until the breath enters them from the four winds, allowing them to live again. During Covid-19 and lockdown we know there has been a mental health crisis on several fronts: isolation, bereavement, loss of routine and roles, rise in household-based violence and abuse, financial instability, restricted access to non-Covid-related healthcare, loss of support structures and more.
We are inviting therapists and pastoral carers to share their expertise at our online conference 2021 to consider what might be involved in the “four winds” to breathe life after Covid.
Join Dr. Heather Evans in her seminar: From the Voices of Domestic Sex Trafficking Survivors: Experiences of Complex Trauma and Posttraumatic Growth