In this third HopeWell Highlights video, Don Delafield and Jay Close expand on the idea of mindfulness and add practical behavioral tips for managing this COVID-19 Crisis.
In this follow-up video for HopeWell Highlights, Don Delafield and Jay Close discuss the idea Don introduced regarding a “futuring” technique. In this technique, they discuss how a person can imagine being at the other side of the COVID-19 Crisis and looking back at this time.
HopeWell Highlights is a regular, periodic video blog that features HopeWell Heights’ team members and others in the community that we decide to interview. Our goal is to provide you with brief clips that are interesting and helpful from a counseling/coaching perspective. In this brief video, Don Delafield and Jay Close discuss how to utilize … Continue reading “HopeWell Highlights: Mindfulness”
Don Delafield was interviewed by Brad Rhoads with Grace Marriage. They discussed strategies to cope with stress during this difficult season.
People take problems to their pastor that might never get to a counseling office. But sometimes those problems ought to go to a counselor. How do you know when to refer to a therapist? What rules or guidelines do you use now? On February 26 at the Pastors’ Lunch we discussed some of the serious … Continue reading “Where does ministry end and therapy start?”
HopeWell Heights Counseling has begun a Pastors’ Lunch and Learn. On January 29th fifteen pastors and counseling staff gathered for lunch at the HopeWell Heights office conference room. Pastors came from churches in Jeffersontown and Middletown. There was food from Jason’s Deli and time for connecting with each other. The topic was Pastoral Care, specifically … Continue reading “January’s Monthly Pastors’ Lunch & Learn”
My name is Don Delafield. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and I work primarily with couples who are struggling to have the marriage that God intended for them. I have been on staff at a large, local church for nearly 30 years. I have served in many capacities, but none more important … Continue reading “The Journey Begins”