Cutting the Strings that Control You
Sometimes a person’s thoughts, emotions and actions are controlled by a domineering spouse, family member, coworker, or friend. Similar to a puppet being cleverly maneuvered like a marionette, it’s as if someone was pulling all the “strings.” Learn why some people are prone to manipulation and how to cut the strings of control to experience freedom, as well as letting go of the need to manipulate others through leaning on God in a greater way.
Digital Video Access
After you purchase this digital video training course, you will always have access to this video through your Hope for the Heart store account dashboard.
Accessing Your Content
This video course also comes with a digital companion guide – a downloadable workbook with notes and questions for further study and reflection. You’ll also receive a PDF with helpful, biblical content from the Keys for Living book on Boundaries. After purchasing this course, you will have access to the video and downloadable content at all times through your store dashboard.
The presenters in this video series:
Eric Scalise, Ph.D., is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist with 40 years of clinical and professional experience. Dr. Scalise, Hope For The Heart’s Chief Strategy Officer, is a published author and national/international speaker who frequently works with organizations, clinicians, ministry leaders and churches globally.
June Hunt, M.A., is an author, singer, speaker and Founder of Hope For The Heart, a worldwide biblical counseling ministry. Her lifework has yielded landmark contributions in the fields of Christian counseling and Christian radio broadcasting as the host of the award winning radio program, Hope In The Night.
Haley Scully, M.A., is a counselor, author, and trainer. As the Senior Director of International and Strategic Initiatives, she helps develop and facilitate Hope For The Heart’s counseling and caregiving training programs, and has conducted training events with partner ministries in over 25 countries around the world.