A Virtual Workshop Lead by Rev. Kyndra Frazier, LMSW
In this free, virtual workshop faith leaders will explore the meanings of misused power in ecclesial communities, particularly those made up of socially constructed minority groups. Attention will be given to the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences and how it shows up in religious institutions. In looking at the signs and symptoms of trauma overall, specifically religious trauma syndrome, participants will be offered ways to strengthen the practice of creating healthy boundaries and develop a keen awareness of self-care.
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Rev. Kyndra Frazier, LMSW
Rev. Kyndra Frazier, LMSW is a licensed clinician in the state of New York, and the Founder and CEO of KYND (Knowing Yourself In Need of Devotion) Consulting, Inc. KYND offers trauma-informed care through a variety of services from clinical therapy for individuals, families, and couples to trauma-informed training for ecclesial communities and corporate entities. Rev. Frazier was most recently the Founding Executive Director of The HOPE Center, a free mental health facility located in Central Harlem of NYC, and formally served as the Associate Pastor of Congregational Care and Wellness at First Corinthian Baptist Church for 4 years. Known for her work in removing barriers to mental health access for communities of color, Rev. Frazier has been featured in multiple print and digital publications including Vice Magazine, New York Times, and Sojourners Magazine. Rev. Frazier holds a Master of Divinity from Candler School of Theology|Emory University, a Master of Social Work from Columbia University, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from North Carolina A&T State University.