Listen Badges

Show Notes

In our season finale on anxiety and depression, Karl and Filip ask Jamie what the best ways are to reach out to others who are struggling. We learn ways to ask friends how they’re really doing, and to empathize—not sympathize—with those who are hurting. To close the conversation, Jamie also gives us a gold mine to dig into in the form of some of her favorite book resources (hint: you can see the list below).

Resources Mentioned

Empathy vs Sympathy video by Brene Brown
The Incredible Power of Prayer by Roger Morneau
The God Shaped Brain by Dr Timothy Jennings
Could it Be This Simple by Dr Timothy Jennings
Telling Yourself the Truth by William Backus & Marie Chapian
How People Grow by Dr Henry Cloud & Dr John Townsend
Changes That Heal by Dr Henry Cloud
Safe People by Dr Henry Cloud & Dr John Townsend
Articles and downloads on mental health released by the church
Free Mental Health Screening from Mental Health America
Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 (USA) or 13 11 14 (Australia)

Connect with Jamie

Jamie is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Southern California who loves to see her clients grow into their potential. Her goal is to help you recover from the lies and misbeliefs that have been keeping you from living an overflowing life, and help you discover the peace and joy that is found in Christ when you become the person God has created you to be, emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually.

If you’d like to connect with Jamie, you can email her here. You can book a risk-free virtual counseling session with her at Newport Beach Christian Counseling.

Reflection Guide

Subscribe and get access to a PDF designed to help you take the conversation further. Use the included questions to guide your own time of reflection or get some friends together to explore the topic together.

Subscribe to download