UU Mental Health Ministries

Rev. Barbara F. Meyers, M. Div., is a Unitarian Universalist community minister whose ministry focuses on mental health issues. Her mission is to give compassionate service to people with mental health challenges and to their families, within and beyond the walls of our congregation. Website: https://mpuuc.org/mhm/

Rev. Katie Norris, M.Div., is a Unitarian Universalist community minister with a specialty in pastoral care, communication, and lifestyle modification for people with brain health illness and their families. She works to raise awareness and end stigmas associated with these illnesses through community outreach, trainings, workshops, and public speaking. Website: https://www.revkatienorris.com/  

Robert Skrocki is a UU lay community minister and retired clinical social worker who devotes his time to promoting mental health ministry through: chairing the board for the national interfaith mental health coalition Pathways to Promise www.pathways2promise.org, companioning those marginalized because of their mental illnesses, mental health awareness through his work as a certified trainer in Mental Health First Aid and Youth Mental Health First Aid, and as a certified trainer in development of trauma informed congregations, among other activities.  You can contact Robert at:  bpskrocki@comcast.net

 Rev. Jody Whelden, BCC, a retired hospital chaplain, now a spiritual teacher and author, formerly had a counseling practice based on holistic principles of body/heart wellness. Website: http://www.jodywhelden.com