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Facilitator, Anglican Communion’s Safe Church Commission

Marilyn Redlich

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Marilyn Redlich is a counsellor, relationship therapist, educator and group facilitator and she can be contacted by email at She has a Bachelor of Economics and a Graduate Diploma in Education from UQ and a Master of Counselling from QUT. She has lectured to formation and theology students at Charles Sturt University, and is currently the facilitator for the Anglican Communion’s Safe Church Commission. Marilyn and her husband worship at St Michael and All Angels, New Farm.

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Clergy are called to care for their people, but who cares when the carer needs care?

“There are both predictable and unexpected times when clergy will feel more depressed, anxious or stressed. A virus like COVID-19 and 2020’s associated stresses are completely new and unexpected, so the recent NCLS snapshot figures are not surprising,” say counsellor Marilyn Redlich and PMC Executive Director Stephen Harrison, who offer practical suggestions for addressing stress, anxiety and depression