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Overcoming Depression and Thriving During the Holidays

MIT invites you to join us, as we present our first Online Christmas Bazaar! Realizing the holidays can be a tough time for many people, we are hosting a live panel of experts, who will share some tips on overcoming depression during the holidays. The audience will have an opportunity to engage in some hearty conversation with the panel, receive healthy cooking tips and tasty recipes from Chef Donnell, and  enjoy an opportunity to shop for a cause! 

Proceeds will provide scholarships for men and women to participate in the Mirror Images Program, which enables individuals to thrive after abuse, trauma or neglect.

Receive our signature Christmas mug, for a donation of $25.00 or more. 

We hope to see you at The Bazaar! 

L. Kay Howard, LPC, PhD

Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist, Board Approved Clinical Supervisor, Certified Anger Resolution Therapist, Certified Forensic Mental Health Evaluator

Dr. Gina Hudnall

CEO; Total Wellness Assessment and

Counseling Center

Jacqueline Jones McKinney, LP, PhD, MSCP, LSSP, EMDR

Clinical/Medical Psychologist, Psychological Evaluations, Intensive Trauma,

Specialist, Medication management

Kathy Scott-Gurnell, M.D.

Behavioral Medical Director United Healthcare

Cofounder Propinquity Training Solutions


About the Chef

Chef Donnell 

Eating healthy can be thought of as boring but with me, it’s “A Way Of Life” & life is good…

A native of Jennings, Louisiana, Chef Donnell found his calling to cuisine early in life when at the age of 10 he began cooking for his younger sisters as a way of helping his mother.  Chef Donnell graduatedfrom high school and joined the United States Navy but throughout his years of service,  he knew life wanted more from him. 

WHAT IS MIRROR IMAGES TEXAS (MIT)? 

MIT is a Christian based ministry for healing the wounded and damaged.

It is a closed group program, prepared for those desiring a time of personal reflection. Individuals enter into an intense process of self-examination with those who are willing to change and redirect their lives in a safe accepting environment.

WHY IS MIT UNIQUE? 

The “Mirror Images” Program offers a proven path for healing, helping men and women define, confront, and reconcile abuse, and neglect.

Motivation for an in-depth self-examination comes from a place of discomfort. When we come to understand that we cannot continue to blame others, we accept the fact that it is necessary to examine our part. The “Mirror Images” Program offers a proven path for healing, helping men and women define, confront, and reconcile abuse, and neglect. The program uses a group environment, to help individuals look deep into their own life’s journey, to find out who they really are, and why they are who they are.

When we hear the stories of others and see the effects of the damages in their lives, it becomes easier to reveal and accept the truth of our own story. The Mirror Images group program will help damaged individuals recognize the effects of their own choices.

WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM MIT?

People stay entrapped in destructive habits and life styles until they consciously cry out for help.

Mirror Images helps damaged individuals recognize the effects of their own choices. If you have been wounded by alcohol, fear, control, powerlessness, drugs, pride, gambling, depression, unforgiveness, anger, greed, hurt, lust, assault, abortion, or fraud, MIT is for you, if you are willing and courageous enough to want to change your thinking, consequently changing your behavior.

OUR GOAL

Strengthen individuals, by helping them identify and overcome the impact of past traumatic events.

OUR COMMITMENT

Help transform individuals who have been wounded by alcohol, fear, control, powerlessness, drugs, pride, depression, unforgiveness, anger, greed, hurt, lust, assault, abortion, and physical, emotional, or sexual abuse.

OUR BLOG

Raising Mental Health Awareness
According to the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) about one in five adults overall will experience mental illness each year. Because of mental health issues, people often suffer in silence and fail to seek treatment for their conditions.
The Power of Connection
Loneliness is a state of mind. It occurs when there’s a disconnect between one’s desire versus one’s actual level of connection. When we long for something that is seemingly unfulfilled, we can feel lonely. Since loneliness thrives in solitude, the key to overcoming it is connection.
Committing to Personal Change
Although making a commitment to personal change may be challenging, as Langston Hughes stated, “I have discovered in life that there are ways of getting almost anywhere you want to go, if you really want to go.”
Are you willing and courageous enough to change your behavior?

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