Faith and Mental Health: Finding Sanctuary in Therapy

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As Americans’ opinions about counseling continue to trend more positively, the church has room to improve its efforts to eliminate the tension between faith and mental healthcare.

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Written by Brandi Hunter

Brandi Hunter is a content creator based in Memphis, Tennessee. She likes strong coffee and helping people spread their word. Connect with her on Twitter @branhuntr, or at bhmedia.org.

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