There is a large range of issues where Church should interact with politics in such areas as poverty and inequality, environmental issues, nuclear and chemical weapons and the harm caused by use of drugs and drinking.
Janice Anita Elrod Martin, American individual and family therapist. Licensed professional counselor, Alabama, counselor supervisor; national certified counselor, Reiki practitioner. Member vocational advisory council Gadsden Board Education, l985-87; member grant proposal team Dislocated Workers Project, Gadsden, l984-87. Member American Association Counseling and Development, Chi Sigma Iota.
Social worker Etowah County Department Pensions and Security, Gadsden, 1973-1977. Social worker, teacher special education department Etowah County Board Education, 1977. Social worker John Croyle's Big Oak Ranch for Boys, 1979-1981.
Employment interviewer department industrial relations Alabama State Employment Service, 1981-1983, job shop supervisor, counselor department industrial relations, 1983-1987. Mental health therapist Cherokee-Etowah-DeKalb Mental Health Center, 1985-1986. Coordinator counseling and development Mid-South Industries, 1986-1988.
Director Charter Counseling Center, Albertville, Alabama, 1988-1991. Private practitioner Counseling and Wellness Center, 1991-1994. Psychotherapist St. Vincent's Hospital, Birmingham, 1994-1998.
Private practice, since 1998. Member faculty Clayton College National Health, since 1997. Counselor University Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1982-1985.
Consultant, counselor Mid-South Industries, Gadsden, 1986-1988.