James Covey ’06 has spent the last 10 years serving with Wycliffe.org, based in Kenya, North Africa, and now Spain. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and works with staff at his organization and others who live and work in difficult environments. Before COVID, much of his time was spent traveling to offer workshops, trauma debriefings, and individual counseling. Now, he leads a team of nine providing similar services, mostly virtually, to those working in the Eurasia region. He is pleased to be part of offering trauma healing training around the world through the Trauma Healing Institute. James is co-author of the teen curriculum Life Hurts, Love Heals, which a professional facilitator guides. The curriculum is available in English, Spanish, French, Arabic, Tamil, and Sinhala. James and his wife, Ellie, live in Malaga, Spain, where they strive to support Christian workers in places of high risk. Pictured, James and Ellie display some of their more playful skills on Mt. Etna in Sicily. To learn more, visit: https://jamesandellie.com.
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