Join us February 24-25, 2023
Psychiatrist, speaker, and author Curt Thompson connects our intrinsic desire to be known with the need to tell truer stories about ourselves — showing us how to form deep relationships, discover meaning and live integrated, creative lives. Inspired by deep compassion for others and informed from a Christian perspective, Dr. Thompson will teach at 3 locations and 4 different audiences in the East Valley of Phoenix, this February 2023.
Calling all ministry leaders and Christian clinicians in the Greater Phoenix area! Meet together and under the lead of Curt Thompson, embarking to deepen connections and grow as leaders who care well for those they shepherd.
Our families are impacted by a broken world, but scars don’t seal our fate. Hear from Curt Thompson how to establish and to heal through deeper connections. This is a single evening event, hosted in Tempe, Arizona.
“Dr. Thompson has profoundly impacted my life and the way I lead. His probing questions and insight into shame and vulnerability have drawn me out and into a more connected way of life. It is because of Curt I now do everything in teams, and I will never go back.” – Jennie Allen, Author of “Nothing to Prove” / Founder & Visionary of IF Gathering
Trauma-informed care providers, local teachers, any personnel looking to better serve a community impacted by trauma – this is for you! Gather to grow in resilience, deepen connections, and to learn approaches that usher in healing over time.
Our families are impacted by a broken world, but scars don’t seal our fate. Hear from Curt Thompson how to establish and to heal through deeper connections. This is a single evening event, hosted in Mesa, Arizona.
“Curt is a wise, kind, and generous guide through the foul thicket of shame… Curt weaves biblical wisdom, neuroscience research, and powerful stories into a covering that doesn’t hide our shame but enables us to name what is keeping us from freedom and wonder.” – Dan B Allender, Professor of Counseling Psychology / Founding President, The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology