Laughter is good medicine, healing to the soul. Whether it pops up suddenly from someone’s slip of the tongue, or it’s pursued carefully and crafted as a career and life mission. Our guests, Michael Jr. and Kristin Exton, explain how laughter is therapeutic, even on a spiritual level.
Kristin Exton is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) working in private practice in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Over the last twenty-six years, she has facilitated seminars, workshops, and authored a series of Girls Empowerment Seminars entitled “Teen Talk.” Kristin previously worked in a jail ministry and served as the Associate Teaching Director of Community Bible Study (CBS) in Cabot, Arkansas. She continues to be involved in this intensive Bible study based in Colorado Springs, CO, since moving back in 2015 and is actively involved in Covenant United Reformed Church. Kristin has practiced in Central Arkansas, at Yokota Air Base, Japan, and down the front range of Colorado, counseling individuals, couples, and families, to find solutions to overcome their struggles and achieve their goals. Kristin strives daily to glorify God, as He created her to do and enjoys hiking, skiing, and playing tennis with her husband Grant and their three children.