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While a career of service of others can often be personally rewarding and provide opportunities to support and connect to a greater purpose, it is often depleting. Exposure to traumatic events and danger, long working hours, and chronic stress are often the hallmarks of service-based careers paths. If left unchecked, these inherent occupational stressors will have a negative impact on one’s physical and mental health, personal relationships, and mission performance. It is common for church leaders to experience symptoms of post-traumatic stress, depression, anxiety, and burnout.
Join coaches Dimple Dhabalia and Kristin Cox as they address the challenges faced by church leaders and other helping professionals who face traumatic experiences every day, whether experienced personally or vicariously on behalf of others. You will learn practical ways to recover from these accumulated experiences and experience joy in ministry again.
DIMPLE DHABALIA is the Founder of Roots in the Clouds, and a leadership, mindfulness, and well-being coach with a 20-year history of working at the crossroads of the government and humanitarian sectors, with a focus on asylum and refugee related policies and operations, and organizational well-being.
Dimple’s mission is to put the “human” back into humanitarian work by supporting emerging and seasoned leaders across the sector create brave spaces where they can do their own inner work. Dimple is an accredited executive coach in the Treasury Executive Institute, a certified mPEAK Mindful Performance coach through the University of California San Diego Center for Mindfulness, and holds a Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology (C.A.P.P). Prior to her work on global migration efforts, Dimple worked as an Assistant Attorney General representing the Department of Human Services at the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. Dimple has a J.D. from the University of Denver, College of Law, a B.A. in Institutions and Policies and a P.P.E. degree from William Jewell College and Oxford University.
KRISTIN COX has coached leadership and designed intervention/prevention programs for various organizations (government, non-profits and corporations) in the Pacific Northwest for over 27 years. Kristin's special focus is collaborating with leaders and groups to create the optimal conditions for healing from trauma and building resilience. As a mindful performance coach, she supports leaders in thriving amid uncertainty and implementing healthy organizational cultures.
Kristin is a certified mPEAK Mindful Performance coach through the University of California -San Diego Center for Mindfulness. She is credentialed by the National Organization of Victim Advocacy as an Advanced Victim Advocate and is a Certified Trauma Professional. She is certified as an instructor for the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation and the Livingworks, Inc. Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training. She has a BA in Theology from Valparaiso University and an MA in Organizational Psychology from Antioch University.
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