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Saturday, March 21 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Pagan Journeys and Mental Health

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Our spiritual journeys are part of our overall well-being and, as such, contribute to our mental health. In this panel we explore where our spiritual journeys have taken us and how they might have contributed to, or at times might have been an obstacle to our mental health. How have our encounters with traditions, communities, ancestors, teachers and tools impacted our well-being? How can we recognize whether the places our spiritual journeys are taking us to are healthy or not? We also address how to talk about our spiritual journeys with mental health practitioners, and what stigma and support we might encounter in the mental health field as Pagans on our journeys.

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avatar for Sherry L.M. Merriam, MA, LPCC, TCHI

Sherry L.M. Merriam, MA, LPCC, TCHI

Counselor & Psychotherapist, Sherry Merriam Counseling
Sherry L.M. Merriam, MA, LPCC, TCHI, is a licensed psychotherapist practicing in Minneapolis, MN, specializing in counseling Geeks, Pagans, practitioners of BDSM/Kink, Non-monogamous/Polyfolk, and other underserved members of our greater tribe. Sherry is also a certified instructor... Read More →
avatar for Mark J. Engstrom-Reese

Mark J. Engstrom-Reese

Mark is a licensed marriage and family therapist with a private practice in south Minneapolis specializing in counseling members of Queer communities, Pagans, BDSM/Kinksters, intentionally non-monogamous and/or polyamorous people. He has been involved in the local pagan community... Read More →
avatar for Alex Iantaffi

Alex Iantaffi

I am a trans masculine, nonbinary, disabled, Reclaiming Feri and Queer Mysteries initiate, parent, mentor, family therapist, scholar, priestess, immigrant, community organizer and writer, who strives to live an integrated life and has a life-long passion for social justice. My hearth... Read More →


Saturday March 21, 2020 9:00am - 10:15am
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