Thursday, March 1, 2018

2010

What is CAMI? 
CAMI stands for Christians Afflicted with Mental Illness. CAMI is an organization within Heartfelt Counseling Ministries. Mental Illness is a disease that begs for community and it is often more subtle and much more prevalent than we imagine 
One of our greatest achievements has been to write our own CAMI Material for Mental Health Support Groups. This includes Leader/Starter Guides with all the instructions on how to start, lead and maintain these groups as well as the Student Guides.  




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              2010





CAMI Guide - These provocative and interesting manuals pose questions relating to the issues so relevant to those who live with these diseases. Each lesson has sections entitled Key Verse, Theme of the Week, Talking Points and The Crux of the Matter. There are six lessons in each workbook with approximately eight questions each. The Leader’s Guide has an additional section with all the questions answered and helps to lead the discussion.  


The subjects for the lessons in the first series are as follows 

     The Providence of God and Mental Illness 
      Breaking the Stigma of Mental Illness   
Elijah, a Depressed Man  
The Lethality of Mental Illness  
The Consumer and Links to Help   
Shepherding the mentally ill 
 
How would you or your friends benefit from a CAMI group? Or why buy the material? 
1) There is nothing similar available 
2) It is Scriptural,  
3) It is Affordable  
4) Easy to read,  
5) Stimulates discussion  
6) Tells you from A-Z(ed) how to start and conduct a support group  
We have recently decided to offer this material to the public. This is not a repeat of our book  
Broken Minds. There is new information and the Leader’s Guide answers over a hundred and twenty questions about mental illness. The Leader’s Guide is only $12.50 and the  Student Guide is just $8.50. Training for using this material is available from Heartfelt Counseling Ministries if you feel you need it.  
Please go to heartfeltmin.org, donate page and pay the amount owed.