Cynthia Halman volunteers for the Chaplain’s department at Adventist Health Sonora, and serves as a Deaconess for her faith community. She has a Master’s Degree in Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has a Pupil Personnel Services Credential, is a retired elementary school counselor, and former Hospice Social Worker. She provides care, respect and counseling to multi-cultural, diverse individuals and families who are dealing with difficult life situations. She has been a LivingWorks Education trainer for ASIST since 2010, and a LivingWorks Education trainer for SafeTALK since 2013. Cynthia is a trained suicide bereavement clinician and is a trained children’s grief group facilitator through the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Kim Garro serves as a Shepherding Elder for her faith community, and specializes in 12-step recovery programs such as Celebrate Recovery, Alcoholic Anonymous, Al-Anon and Alateen since 2013. She has been an Independent Certified Christian Coach with the John Maxwell Team since 2017. She coaches and mentors people who are struggling to overcome life’s hurts, difficulties and addictions, helping them realize their God-given potential. Kim is also a Notary Signing Agent, and has been a LivingWorks Education trainer for SafeTALK and ASIST since 2019. Kim is trained in suicide bereavement and is a trained children’s grief group facilitator through the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.