Surviving & Thriving: Live Virtual Panel Discussion

Thursday, May 21, 7-8:30pm CST

Join our four dynamic and professional panelists to discuss faith, mental health, and to get your questions answered about coping with COVID-19 conditions.

You can submit your questions ahead of time for our panelists on the registration form, or email using the link below.

Register for the event here.

Professional Panelists:

Pastor Glen Wagner M.Div.
Pastor Glen’s roles at Good Shepherd Church include Teaching Pastor and Director of Adult Ministries. He also leads Growth Groups, a large weekly Bible study for women. He has a passion for developing leaders and helping people lead spiritually deep lives of service and growth. Glen also has extensive corporate and marketplace experience as an entrepreneur and executive. He is the founder of Vivid Leadership Inc., a leadership consultancy. Glen and his wife Kathy have three married children and several grandchildren. 

Beth Sack LCPC, CADC 
Beth Sack graduated with a Master’s Degree from Governors State University with a focus in addiction studies in 1994. Beth became a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor in 1996. She has worked in the field of Behavioral Health for over 20 years. She is a licensed clinician and manager at Linden Oaks Behavioral Health. Beth also represents Good Shepherd Church as a board member at SamaraCare Counseling. She has been a member of Good Shepherd for 8 years and has participated in the HOPE for Mental Health Ministry since its inception. 

Donald Burnett Ph.D., DABT 
Dr. Burnett is a seminary trained counselor and a medically trained health professional. He has been ministering to others in various capacities for 35 years. He is currently on staff with Cross Care Counseling. 

Lauren Brymer LCPC, CADC 
Lauren is in private practice as a psychotherapist treating adolescents and adults with trauma, grief, anxiety, and depression. Providing therapeutic guidance for every individual to have internal awareness, allowing self-direction. Lauren lives in Naperville with her husband and two children and has been a member of Good Shepherd Church for over 10 years. 

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