Sometimes we all need help, need to talk, need someone who will listen and ask us the right questions. In our world of conflict, anxiety, and depression, not to mention hard situations and struggles in relationship, there’s no shame in needing support.
You're not alone
TDC’s network of Care Specialists, Shepherds, and other counseling resources are here for Navigators’ health and wholeness. You don’t have to walk through the tangles of life and ministry alone.
Our one-to-one pastoral care seeks to cultivate a safe and confidential space for you to address both your current issue(s) and the roots beneath. If you are on staff with The Navigators, we invite you to connect with us. Our capacity does limit our availability to Navigators staff only. If you need referral resources, please connect with Focus on the Family or The American Association of Christian Counselors
Are you on staff with The Navigators
Seminar: Conflict Resolution
Experienced mediators explain the basic principles and techniques to apply Biblical truth and facilitate relational healing.
Pastoral Care and Counseling
One-to-one care from a pastoral perspective that addresses the current problem and helps you live from the heart of Jesus. If you are on staff with The Navigators, we invite you to connect with us. You don’t have to walk through the tangles of life and ministry alone.
If teammates or couples have unsuccessfully tried to reconcile on their own, a trained shepherd or pastoral counselor can mediate and help facilitate biblical forgiveness and reconciliation.
Crisis Care Hotline
Got an emergency situation and need some quick advice? Give us a call here in the event of the death of a staff, student, or stakeholder, suicide situation, serious injury, natural disaster, act of terror, major crime, misconduct, or when in doubt. Domestic (U.S.): 707-776-NAVS (6287) International (outside the U.S.): 719-208-4093
Seminar: A Navigator’s First Response to…
Anxiety, Depression, Suicidal Ideation, Self-Harm (Cutting) and Sexual Assault. Insights on how to identify these areas of struggle, what to do, not do and how to refer.
Click here to access a digital resource for Navigators crisis situations.
Restoration Following Moral Failure
Navigators don’t shoot our wounded. When a staff member breaks the code of conduct, restoration is a possibility when the staff member involved is repentant and willing to walk through a guided healing process.