October 16, 2018

How to Implement Racial Reconciliation and Healing into your Practice

***Live Webinar***

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

Mark Crear

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Webinar Presenters


Mark Crear, Ph.D., is an ordained minister; published author; professional, certified biblical and pastoral counselor/trainer/speaker; and former Olympic champion. Dr. Crear is currently the chairman of AACC’s Multicultural Division and Director of Counseling for The Family Church International. He has been around the world preaching the Gospel, presenting keynote addresses, seminars, and inspirational messages to various churches and organizations. Dr. Crear has a passion for emotional and mental healing for the body of Christ through effective biblical counseling. He is the founder of Mark Crear Ministries, which was designed to encourage, restore, and rebuild the body of Christ through the Word of God.



The only way to begin easing the racial divide is to allow the love of God to be the bond that strengthens relationships. Counselors, churches, and community leaders can, and should, play a vital role in leading the way as Ambassadors of Reconciliation. Counselors and caregivers must show themselves to be culturally competent when consulting, training, working with clients, or providing leadership in their communities. Unfortunately, many of us are not equipped with the knowledge or resources necessary to effectively handle such tasks. The purpose of this Webinar is to provide resources, increase cultural awareness, and equip Christian caregivers to effectively promote racial reconciliation and healing within their practices and ministries, as well as their communities, families, and churches.

Participants will:

  1. Explore culture-specific counseling interventions and techniques to incorporate in their Christian counseling with diverse populations
  2. Identify the roles the Church, race (culture), and diversity play in mental health and racial reconciliation
  3. Compare and contrast strategies to address sensitive issues, such as racism, prejudice, discrimination, and social justice within the Christian counseling setting and society at large
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