For 80 years, the Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology has been bringing together Friends and others with an interest (or curiosity about) in-depth psychology–specifically Jungian psychology–and its role in exploring spiritual life and growth. We will meet at Pendle Hill over Memorial Day weekend. Early Friends recognized the journey inward as a path to better understanding and enriching the Inner Light and our inner and outer lives–and this is the work we continue to do.
Winden Rowe, MS, NCC, LPC maintains a private practice in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania where she works with individuals, couples, families, and organizations. Her education, clinical experience, and passionate interest center around the study of and work in the field of stress and trauma. Ms Rowe’s approach to securing sustained improvement and recovery for clients dealing with the effects of stress and trauma, centers around linking the biological, psychological, and social implications of traumatic stress and the identified challenge. In addition to counseling, Winden lectures, teaches, and consults in the field. Ms. Rowe has been a guest on a variety of media broadcasts including National Public Radio ‘Morning Edition’, ‘Radio Times’ and lectures at Jefferson University in the Community and Trauma Counseling Graduate Program. She works with children, teens, and adults. And loves her work.
Anyone in need of information about the Friends Counseling Service or in need of a referral please call
Ken Brick, LCSW, Program Coordinator in his Wilmington DE Office 302-655-8101