|October 19, 2019|
|Restoration Immigration Legal Aid
Topic: Trauma-Informed Team Training - Vicarious Trauma and Self Care.
|Fall Retreat Speaker:
Restoration Anglian Church
Topic: Ten Year Anniversary Celebration
|July 26 – August 4, 2019 |
Trauma Curriculum Development and Leadership Training for leaders serving in the Kibera slum (the largest slum in Africa.)
|June 19, |
|Staff Development Training:
Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies
Topic: "How the Enneagram can develop leaders and strengthen teams in the workplace."
|February 19-21, 2019|
|Matthew 25 Gathering: Anglican Justice and Mercy Contending for Shalom.
Annual gathering of Anglicans who are doing works of justice and mercy around North America.
Workshop Leader. Topics: Helping People Heal from Sexual Abuse; Churches should be some of the safest and most welcoming communities for those who have suffered, Creative Response to Issues of Justice
|October 22-23, 2018|
Staff Retreat: Refreshment for employees of an organization working to end human sex trafficking.
|October 13-14, 2018|
|Church Fall Retreat Speaker: Washington Community Fellowship
Topic: "Telling Our Story Afresh" In every congregation’s life there come moments to reconsider such questions as: "Who are we?,” "How did we get here?" and "What is our purpose now?” This retreat fosters connection by helping your church community bring back into focus the inspiration of shared beginnings, turning points in the journey and where you find your story being told in Scripture.
|Sept 14, 2018|
|Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies
Topic: "Introduction to the Enneagram: How the enneagram can deepen our self awareness and grow us closer to others and God”
|June 1, 2018|
Topic: "Wellness Procedures for Employees Investigating Internet Human Trafficking Crimes"
|May 28, 2018||Private Debrief
Topic: "Debrief and Renewal for Global Workers"
|May 14-15, 2018|
Topic: “Trauma Recovery and Healing"
|April 24, 2018|
|Connecting Women in Business (CWIB) Luncheon; Zonta Club of Petoskey and the Petoskey Chamber's Connecting Women in Business group co-sponsored this luncheon on human trafficking.
Topic: “Human Trafficking"
|October 16-17, 2017|
|"Immersion Training: Confessional Communities”
Center for Being Known
Facilitators: Dr. Curt Thompson, Kristen Terry, LMSW and Kelsey Myers, LMFT
|July 21-23, 2017|
|International Justice Mission (IJM)
Topic: Clinical Debrief, private event
|April 28, 2017|
North CentralMichigan College
|"Supporting Children, Building Community"
2017 Annual Child Abuse Prevention and Education Council Spring Conference
Topic: “Conscious Connection in the Digital Age”
We can become too entangled in our media connections. Returning to what matters most – meaningful connection - is important, but it can also be challenging. We need to find a way back to connecting, first within ourselves and then with others. This workshop is based on interpersonal neurobiology and the works of Dr. Dan Siegel and Professor Sherry Turkle. We'll include practical teaching and story-telling during our time together.
|Feb 10-12, 2017|
|Women's Retreat: Restoration Anglican Church, Arlington, VA
Along with the 100+ women, we explored what it looks like to mature as Christians without losing our identities as Children of God. We looked at this through the lens of psychology, neuroscience and Christian spirituality.
About Kristen Terry
Kristen is professionally trained therapist with over 20 years of licensed, clinical experience. As a Retreat speaker, she has thoughtfully shepherded people into this topic with her skills as a therapist, her heart for healing and her own love for God. She is a Trainer and Program Development Team Member for the Center for Being Known. She owns a private counseling practice in Northern Michigan and regularly travels to Washington, DC as a staff care consultant for organizations committed to ending human trafficking and exploitation.