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    1. Invitation and Learning Objectives

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    1. Love the Lord with All Your Mind, session 3

About this course

  • $25.00
  • Online training
  • Thur., March 14, 2024
  • 7:00-8:15pm ET

Speakers

Tansy Kadoe

Speaker

Tansy Kadoe is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. She earned her Master of Science in Marital and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary Southwest in the State of Arizona. Born and raised in Myanmar (Burma), she came to America for higher education, graduating from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Business Administration, and later from Grand Canyon University with a Master of Business Administration in Leadership. Her impetus for entering the field of marriage and family therapy was driven by close association with refugees, who fled Myanmar to escape a repressive government, and found it difficult overcoming many challenges posed in their American homeland. Tansy is passionate about helping people from all walks of life and believes that everyone has inherent self-worth and is divinely created for a purpose. Working in a private counseling practice, Tansy offers counseling to individuals, families, and couples, including Christian-focused counseling, driven by biblical principles, to those who want to integrate Christian faith into treatment. Tansy lives in Peoria with her husband, son, and daughter. She enjoys hiking and spending time with family and friends.

Sanghoon Yoo

Speaker

Rev. Dr. Sanghoon Yoo, the founder of The Faithful City (TFC), has led ministries and social services at Arizona State University and the Phoenix metropolitan area for over three decades. He holds a Master’s in Social Work (MSW) and a Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree. He also founded the Arizona Trauma Informed Faith Coalition (AZTIFC), collaborating with Arizona ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Consortium, where he served as a founding board member. He is certified in spiritual direction, ACEs TOT (training of trainer) training, trauma-informed care, mindfulness leadership, social-emotional learning, historical trauma, community resilience, and many other trainings. With AZTIFC, he organizes statewide conferences, and regional and national meetings. He develops professional field collaboration with various societal sectors such as school districts, public health, mental health, and the foster care system. He offers trauma-informed care training, organizational and systemic change consultation, and trauma transformed discipleship. Recently, TFC launched the “Creating Communities of Belonging” project with a grant award by the Maricopa County Department of Public Health to train faith communities for trauma-informed care lens based substance use prevention. Dr. Yoo organized the first annual Weave and Cleave Conference in May, recognizing eleven faith-based organizations for their belonging community project training completion. In addition, he is co-managing the faith-based community at PACES Connection and chairing the faith committee at Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy and Practice (CTIPP) to advance the movement with national leaders and colleagues.