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Southampton Christian Network

Training at CCTS 

To find out full details about these events, please see the website here.

22nd February - Pastoral Conference - Above Bar Church
The conference is for anyone who is interested in mental health from a Christian perspective. We are running it in partnership with the mental health charity ‘ThinkTwice’, who ran our sold out conference last year. Feedback from that event included:
“Well structured course clearly delivered. Helpful slides and handouts and nicely interspersed with video and group work”
“A very enjoyable day and informative”
“A very useful day…inspiring!”
“The speaker gave very practical advice relevant to a pastoral care context”
“Thorough and thought-provoking”.
The day gives an overview and guidance on how to help care for those who are affected by depression and anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia or psychosis. Tickets are just £25 each or £20 if you bring a team of five – and include notes and buffet lunch, and are available from
20th March—Understanding Sex & Porn Addiction – Central Hall
A course designed with a spiritual focus to help counsellors and pastoral carers working with Christians who struggle with sex or pornography addiction.  With Peter Watts from The Laurel Centre. Tickets available from
16th-17th April—Introduction to the Enneagram – Central Hall
The training will help people explore their personality; enabling them to embrace the truths of who they are and how that impacts relationships with others. With Liz West from Enneagram Worldwide. Tickets available from
12th June—Working with LGBTQ+ Clients – Central Hall
The day will cover issues associated with ‘coming out’ & ‘living out’ for LGBTQ+ clients and making space in therapy to respond well to difference and diversity. With Kathy Spooner from Association of Christian Counsellors. Tickets available from
13th June—3:15 Youth Conference – Above Bar Church
A one-day event aimed at Youth Pastors/Leaders and youth groups (13-18 year olds) considering the whole issue of mental wellbeing. Topics include what good mental wellbeing looks like, social media, anxiety, and how we can trust God in challenging times. In partnership with Moorlands College.

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