Heather Nelson, founder and executive director of Khesed Wellness, has worked to make healing more affordable and available for those seeking mental health care. She seeks to bridge the gap between churches and mental health communities. Heather specializes in the intersection of faith and sexuality.
Today Colleen talks with Heather Nelson, Founding Executive Director of Khesed Wellness.
How does Khesed Wellness perpetuate a reciprocal model of sharing kindness?
Why is there a stigma when it comes to issues about mental health?
How did you develop the innovative business model for Khesed Wellness?
How does Khesed Wellness represent a win-win for churches and mental health professionals?
Why is it important to look at a number of factors when helping someone with mental health issues?
Why is it dangerous to assume, when a person says they need help for a mental health issue, that they are just looking for attention?
What is the spectrum of growth and how does it help us put into proper perspective what it means to be mentally healthy?
How is authenticity essential to maintaining both mental and spiritual health?