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Derek McNeil

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Lament as Resilience with Dr. Derek McNeil

And The Church Said...

Dr. Derek McNeil joins the podcast today. Dr. McNeil serves as the President and Provost of The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. Dr. McNeil discusses how to view lament as a form of resilience.  He helps us to develop resilience by making meaning, finding purpose, and caring for our physical bodies.  Dr. McNeil also expounds on how lament can be and should be transmitted generationally. He also encourages us to remember our histories as this is a way we learn how to become more resilient. Tune in for this powerful conversation with Dr. McNeil.Information for Dr. Gadson https://www.drmoniquesmithgadson.com/Link to order “Session Notes:  Intimate Times with God":https://www.drmoniquesmithgadson.com/store/p/k8psfln7jh72diw8i36txniwi2e05xFollow us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/And-The-Church-Said-Podcast-106848090932637https://instagram.com/drmoniquesmithgadson?igshid=1bmt2hei1j6i8https://twitter.com/DrMoSmithGadsonSupport And The Church Said:Cash App:  https://cash.app/$andthechurchsaidPayPal:  https://paypal.me/andthechurchsaid?locale.x=en_US


27 Jun 2021

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Faith, Race, & Mental Health Practices: A Conversation with Dr. Derek McNeil & Judith Hong Cho

SeattleQuest Podcast

On this episode of the SeattleQuest Podcast Pastor Liz sits down with Dr. Derek McNeil & Judith Hong Cho to discuss the intersectionality of faith, race, and mental health. They discuss what these intersections look like in real life and shed light on some healthy practices that we can all apply in our own lives. Resource Sheet:http://seattlequest.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Faith-Race-and-Mental-Health-Resources-Sheet_Web.pdf


4 Jun 2019

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8 - Together with Derek McNeil

God Help Us

From our families to our workplaces to our global communities, we are shaped and influenced by the systems in which we live and work and play, so to unpack these complex and influential dynamics, I talk with Derek McNeil about systems theory, thoughtful engagement, and gritty work that is deeply meaningful. Derek is president of The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and has his Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary and a PhD in counseling psychology from Northwestern University. RECOMMENDED RESOURCES: Immunity to Change Anything by Meg Wheatley FIND DEREK: Text.Soul.Culture podcast - I’m Annie Mesaros: a theologian, writer, spiritual guide, and host of this podcast. I offer coaching and facilitation for individuals and groups that are working to transform the world for good.  Learn more, contact me, and stream the full archive of God Help Us at anniemesaros.com. 


15 Nov 2018

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Intriguing Scriptures, Part Three: Dr. Derek McNeil

The Allender Center Podcast

This week, Dan talks with Dr. Derek McNeil, Senior Vice President of Academics at The Seattle School, about Luke 22:24-34 and how our ongoing growth requires that we face both our capacity for betrayal and the ways we have been betrayed.


31 Aug 2018

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EP006: Defining Hope in the midst of Darkness and Courage to Heal with Dr. Derek McNeil

Spirituality of Strength Training

Dr. Derek McNeil shares his insight about Hope during dark moments in life, the importance of being alone while healing from trauma, and the relationship between body work while healing the mind and the spirit.


29 Jul 2018

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text.soul.culture with Dr. Derek McNeil and Nicole Greenwald

text.soul.culture: a podcast from The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology

On this first episode of text.soul.culture, Dr. Derek McNeil, Academic Dean, and Nicole Greenwald, Director of Enrollment, reflect on the vision behind The Seattle School's new podcast and on the need for thoughtful discourse and engaged wisdom in the midst of a rapidly changing world and a political climate that breeds reactivity.


19 Apr 2017