This small group will help you learn how to cope with this difficult time of transition in your life and family.

Join the JBC eFam to participate in this and other opportunities to learn and fellowship.



Robyn Minter is a motivated and enthusiastic mental health professional specializing in advocating mental health education in rural communities. Robyn retired from the US Navy in November 1999 where she received the Navy Achievement Medal for outstanding service during Desert Storm. Robyn began her career in mental health in 2016 at the Columbia Regional Medical Center counseling inmates with various mental health disorders. In 2017 she pursued her passion and began facilitating workshops in rural communities and churches. The goal is to educate African Americans on the importance of recognizing and understanding mental health as it is applicable to our culture. She has conducted workshops in Aiken, Darlington, Sumter, and Richland Counties. Her desire is to promote good mental health that will enable African Americans to realize their potential, cope with the normal … and reduce health disparities.

Robyn graduated from South University with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in June 2016. She is also a member of Chi Sigma Iota Honor society for academic excellence.

Robyn has volunteered at the Bethel House for Christ Central Ministries and the Columbia Literacy Council.