Mary Michener

Job Titles

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Conflict resolution, problem solving, leadership development, phenomenological research, domestic violence, abuse, emotional healing, emotional and spiritual development, adolescence, youth ministry, family dynamics, health, nutrition and fitness.

Started at Bethel

2012

Education

  • University of Minnesota - B.S. Child/Adolescent Psychology, 1992
  • University of Minnesota - Ed.D. in Work, Community, and Family, 2002

Biography

In addition to working and teaching at Bethel, Michener has 20 years of experience in youth and family ministry. She facilitates groups and coaches women through forgiveness and restoration after violence and abuse. Most recently, she has written a book called "Clean Your Inner House." She speaks professionally independently and with Best Life Ministries. She also blogs weekly at marymichener.com.

Courses Taught

  • Families in a Cross-Cultural Perspective (BA Human Services)
  • Conflict Resolution in a Social Scientific Perspective (AA/AS)
  • Physical Wellness (AA/AS)
  • Individual and Family in Cultural Context (MA Counseling)
  • Principles of Leading and Managing (BA Organizational Leadership)
  • Dissertation Advisor (Ed.D.)

Publications

Certificates and Licenses

Certificate: Addiction Treatment in Military and Veteran Culture

Certificate: Intense Trauma: The body keeps the score

Professional Organizations, Committees, and Boards

NAADC-Association for Addictions Professionals

Areas of expertise

Conflict resolution, problem solving, leadership development, phenomenological research, domestic violence, abuse, emotional healing, emotional and spiritual development, adolescence, youth ministry, family dynamics, health, nutrition and fitness.

Website

http://marymichener.com/