Have your emotions been running your life? Are you unable to move forward no matter how much you try or want to? Are unhealthy patterns of behavior impacting your ability to live a full life? The struggle is real and yet there is hope for a better future!The Emotional Freedom Workshop can be the beginning of changing the trajectory of your life. At the workshop you will understand the role and power of your God-given emotions; dive into specific emotions that creep up and derail your life; learn how traumatic events impact your present; and begin to live life with God’s freedom.
With the guidance of a credentialed New Life Network Counselor, you will outline a plan to healing your mind, body, spirit and relationships.
Isn’t it time YOU start living in Emotional Freedom?!
Anyone who is stuck in guilt, shame, depression, procrastination, unhealthy relationships or the past. Those who feel like they are in a rut but desire something more from life. Those looking for direction and wanting to experience a full and free life.
STEVE ARTERBURN: Steve is the founder and chairman of New Life Ministries and host of the #1 nationally syndicated Christian counseling talk show, New Life Live!, heard and watched by over 2 million each weekday on over 150 radio markets nationwide, SiriusXM Satellite radio, and on NRBTV. Steve is also the founder of the Women of Faith conferences attended by over 4 million people.
CHRIS WILLIAMS: Chris is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist practicing in both Brea and Newport Beach, CA. He received his M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Hope International University where he also served as Director of Spiritual Formation for 5 years and is currently an adjunct professor. He has over 9 years of experience serving individuals, couples and families struggling with mental health disorders, addiction, trauma and relational challenges. He also works with treatment industry leaders and teams as a consultant and coach. He has become a highly sought after specialist in the treatment of complex trauma and multiple addictive issues. He strongly believes in a holistic approach to understanding the biological, psychological, relational and spiritual factors that impact people and their functioning.
Chris has also been integral in the design and development of spiritual formation programs for churches and Christian organizations. He has designed and developed Christian recovery programs, family programs and trauma recovery programs for addiction treatment centers and continues to consult with treatment centers and organizations to create healthier environments and effective outcomes.
He loves playing basketball, golfing and playing with his two young boys. Chris’ most important and rewarding role in his life is husband to his wife and father to his two boys. He loves spending time with his family and lives in Orange County, CA.
DR. JACQUELINE MACK-HARRIS: Jacqueline Mack-Harris, PsyD, LMFT works as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist at The Center for Individual and Family Therapy (CIFT) and Reset Counseling Services. She is a graduate of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, where she obtained her PsyD in Marital and family Therapy.
She earned her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2014 from Hope International University. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Phoenix, in Human Services Management. Jacqueline is a United States Air Force veteran. She has 23 years of experience working as a Licensed Vocational Nurse.
Jacqueline has a strong desire to help couples, families, adolescent and adult individuals find hope, and healing as they work through anxiety, depression, PTSD, attachment issues, ADD/ADHD and challenges associated with military life including deployment and reintegration. She is also interested in working with pastors, pastors’ wives, and others in ministry who struggle with relationships, spiritual growth and finding balance.
Throughout the day you will breakout in to a gender specific small process group facilitated by a credentialed New Life Network Counselor. It is common for some who are not familiar with the group process to feel anxious and uncertain about this part of the workshop. Be assured your facilitator will create a safe space to process what you are learning in the main sessions.
You will experience support and connection with others in your group. Many alum say this the best part of the day!
The workshop will be held through the use of online video conferencing. Attendees must have:
A computer or tablet with audio and video capabilities
An internet speed sufficient for live stream video (Please note New Life is not responsible for any technical issues with your device and no refunds will be given should your device not be able to adequately stream this workshop.)
A private room where you will be able to focus on the content being presented and interact with your fellow group members with no distractions
“Wow! So many insights and breakthrough and tools to help with my anger and reassuring me of my relationship with Jesus and that he still loves me and there’s hope to rid myself of anger.”
“I had never experienced a support group before the one at the workshop; but now I firmly believe they are definitely mechanisms of healing, love, acceptance and breakthrough!”
“Through this workshop, I learned my experience has a name … “Little T’s” (trauma) and helped me to understand the root cause of my difficulties. Steve said the workshop wouldn’t change everything, but was a first step to changing the trajectory. Armed with this knowledge, I can face future steps of healing clearer direction.”
“For 40 plus years I have been carrying shame as a result of the sexual, physical and emotional abuse I faced from my childhood and teen years. I thought I was a bad person, horrible unworthy, unlovable. The Lord has helped me to see the man he intended me to be and that I am lovable and acceptable and worthy of God’s best. It is still a struggle, but with the Holy Spirit’s help and the help of others I will continue to heal, recover and grow. I am also gaining confidence in myself and learning that I do have a voice.”