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august or september 2019*
Ko'olau Ballrooms

Studies show that 1 out of every 4 adults in America will be affected by mental illness at some point in their lives. This staggering reality can feel daunting, but there is hope. Hope says that you are not defined by your illness. Hope says your life has a purpose even when you don't feel it. Hope says you are not alone.

The HIM Mental Health Conference has equipped, encouraged, resourced and supported individuals affected by mental illness, their loved ones, church leaders, mental health professionals, and anyone with a passion to journey with others towards hope.

*Check back. More details coming soon.



Dr. Daniel Morehead is a psychiatrist in clinical practice in Austin, Texas, who also speaks
regularly for mental health advocacy. He is supervising psychiatrist at the Samaritan
Center for Pastoral Counseling, and has served as associate faculty at Austin
Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He is former Assistant Residency Director at the
Menninger Clinic, where he received the William C. Menninger Teaching Award. He is board certified in General Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry, and maintains interests in
brain science, psychotherapy and spirituality. In his leisure time, he is a student of kung
fu, and has managed to attain black belt level without seriously injuring himself. He and
his wife Carol are parents of three sons, and Carol serves as a priest at St. Mark’s
Episcopal Church, San Antonio.

2018 Mental Health Video & Audio

Mental Health General Session 1 | Dan Morehead: What Is Mental Illness?

Mental Health General Session 4 | Kay Warren: What Every Church Can Do

Mental Health General Session 2 | Kay Warren Interview

Mental Health Seminar Session 1 | Dan Morehead: This is Your Brain on Drugs

Mental Health General Session 3 | Dan Morehead: Mental Illness Is Our Teacher

Mental Health Seminar Session 2 | Dan Morehead: This is Your Brain on Prayer