Asian American Christian Counseling holds its third annual symposium on Saturday, May 17, from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Evergreen Baptist Church of San Gabriel Valley, 323 Workman Mill Rd., La Puente.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Jenny Pak, associate professor at Biola University’s Rosemead School of Psychology. She has many years of professional consultation and counseling experience in both community mental health and ministry settings. With her expertise in cultural psychology and narrative analysis, the subject of her instruction will be “Understanding Biblical and Theological Foundations of Counseling and Spiritual Maturity in Asian American Cultural Context.”
The symposium is open to anyone interested in understanding how professional counselors and therapists integrate Christian faith with professional practice. Organizers especially encourage pastors, church leaders, and students to attend.
Continental breakfast will be served. There will also be time for Asian American Christian therapists to meet and network.
Cost: $45 for general public and licensed professionals; $35 for students and ministry-related attendees.
More information is online at www.aaccs.org, or contact Jessica Chen-Feng, at email@example.com.