Emotional Healing Retreat, Nov. 17-19, 2017.

Marijuana Use and Mental Health

After reviewing 10,000 studies on the effect of marijuana use, researchers, including Professor Robert Wallace, a professor of epidemiology at University of Iowa College of Public Health, concluded that the studies didn’t support many of the popular notions about the benefits of marijuana use. To the contrary, the research showed that there were some negative […]

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5 Tips to Preserve Your Emotional Health after Tragic News Events

Research shows that viewing of tragic news stories can lead to fear, anxious feelings, and even physical ailments. In one such study researchers monitored the stress levels of children, grade 6 to 12 who had observed the Oklahoma City bombing. Children who “ reported that “most” or “all’ of their television viewing was bomb related, […]

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Paranoid Personality Disorder or Paranoid Schizophrenia?

A spouse with Paranoid Personality Disorder may accuse you of flirting on the basis of seeing you talking to a member of the opposite sex in a church. However, a spouse with paranoid schizophrenia will be convinced that they heard or saw you do something sexually inappropriate during the conversation even though it never happened. […]

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How to Get the Most Out of Counselling

    Seven Tips on How to Get the Most Out of Counselling By: Michael Hart, M.A, C.C.C. Many of us, before experiencing counselling with a professional, base our expectations on what we have seen on television. In these depictions, the therapist usually does or says something profound and clients are miraculously delivered from their problems after […]

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Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Drug Use

Christian Counsellors Approach to Addiction: The Cognitive Behavioral Model Psychologist, Dr. Alan. Marlatt, director of the Addictive Behaviors Research Center, a branch of the University of Washington, and his colleagues studied relapse prevention treatment for several years and , their research has resulted in one of the most comprehensive theoretical and clinical models, the Cognitive […]

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Prayer and Mental Health

Is Prayer Good for Your Mental Health? Written by: Michael Hart In the early years of psychology, particularly during the era of Freud, prayer and other spiritual disciplines were viewed negatively and were largely scoffed at by those in the field of mental health. Freud, in his well known work, The Future of an Illusion, described […]

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Hard Talk: How to Have Those Difficult Conversations With Loved Ones

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Fearless Seminar In Cornwall

We had another successful seminar in Cornwall in early July, covering the topics of depression and anxiety.  To listen to the sessions, and download the information slides, click the links below:   Session one here Session two here

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Clips from The Freedom Seminar

Our Breaking Negative Generational Curse seminar in Cornwall was a great success. Here are a few clips of Michael speaking at this life changing event. Many people experienced great breakthroughs at this event.

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New Cornwall Office

We now have a new office for your convenience located in Cornwall at Harvest Christian Fellowship, 847 York Street:

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