A Christian Perspective on Anxiety

In this episode, Kymberli Cook, Kelly Cheatham and Jenny Wang discuss a Christian perspective on anxiety, focusing on how to respond to it and help those who suffer.

About the Contributors

Jenny Wang

With over twelve years of experience, Jenny Wang is passionate about Trauma Recovery. Her sweet spot is helping teens and their parents through depression and anxiety. She has extensive experience counseling in the following areas: sexual assault trauma, crisis intervention, human trafficking trauma, domestic violence trauma, grief counseling, dissociative disorders, OCD, adoption and foster care work, healing for children and spouses of NPDs and BPDs. Outside of the counseling office, Jenny has her hands full with her five favorite people in all the world: her four kids and husband of more than 15 years. They enjoy biking and hiking around Lake Lewisville, serving at Chase Oaks Church, and cheering each other on in all their various activities.

Kelly Cheatham

Dr. Cheatham is a licensed professional counselor and a board approved supervisor. He has extensive training and experience working with adults and couples with a specialty in marital therapy. He has practiced in a variety of clinical environments including private-practice, church counseling ministries, college counseling centers and outpatient counseling clinics. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Dr. Cheatham serves as the Director of Counseling Services at DTS. He has presented to counseling professionals on various topics. His current areas of research include resiliency in marriage and families, and the integration of faith and psychotherapy. He is married to his high school sweetheart Gwen, and they have four children: Dalton, Drew, Emily and Luke.

Kymberli Cook

Kymberli Cook is the Assistant Director of the Hendricks Center, overseeing the workflow of the department, online content creation, Center events, and serving as Giftedness Coach and Table Podcast Host. She is also a doctoral student in Theological Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary, pursuing research connected to unique individuality, the image of God, and providence. When she is not reading for work or school, she enjoys coffee, cooking, and spending time outdoors with her husband and daughters.