Postum Cafe is part of Happiness Ministry – a 501C3 non-profit organization. Donations to this ministry allow it to provide services, at no cost, the the unemployed and those in financial crisis.
Our counselors are Christians that emphasizes the loving nature of God. Life is full of transitions that throw us off balance. Our counselors give respect and understanding. We are not judgmental. The counselors at Postum Cafe work with individuals and families to meet their psychological and spiritual needs.
Below are our counselors. Family counseling services are provided via video chat. Anyone wanting a consultation may contact Shane at Shane@postumcafe.com. Payment for services provided by these counselors is coordinanted directly with the counselor. These counselors are recommended by PostumCafe.com but are not employees of this ministry. If you would like to work with one of these counselors, please send a message to Pastor Shane and he will put you in contact with them.
Yasmin Saltana-Muchindu, PhD
Yasmin Sultana-Muchindu strongly believes that each individual is made in the image and wholeness of God, however, at times the pressures and demands of modern life and relationships can disturb the equilibrium necessary for us to live our lives to the fullest and be productive. She strives to offer the necessary human assistance to bring back the balance in lives of her patients and point them to the Almighty Healer, our Lord, Jesus Christ for complete healing.
She endeavors to bring an effective blend of expertise, experience, concern, clarity, and action to the counseling process in order to maximize outcomes and provide genuine healing and wholeness to individuals, marriages and families. Yasmin earned a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree with double majors in Psychology and Religious Philosophy from Spicer Adventist University, Pune, India and a Master of Arts degree from Andrews University, Michigan, USA. She completed her Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology from Chreso University, Zambia. Presently, she is pursuing her second PhD from University of South Africa.
Yasmin is a native of Kolkata, India and has lived in Zambia since 2010. Currently, she serves as a senior lecturer in the Department of Behavioural Sciences at Rusangu University.
She has ten years of counseling experience with a wide range of patients in a variety of treatment settings.
David Kasaji is the Director of Development at Rusangu University in Zambia, Africa. He is also a professor and teaches Pastoral Counseling and Psychology in addition to other classes. He earned his Bachelor degree in Theology from Andrews University, Michigan in 1988. He has earned three Masters degrees. The first in Pastoral Theology from Solusi University, Zimbabwe, Africa in 2001. The second in Marriage and Family Therapy from Loma Linda University, California in 2006. The third in Public Health from Loma Linda University, California in 2010. He also earned a Clinical Pastoral Education from Loma Linda University, California in 2012.
David did his internship as a Marriage Family Therapist with Christian Counseling Center in Riverside, California in 2004. He has worked as a chaplain, with youth counseling, crisis intervention, public health, group, marriage and family therapy. Before becoming a counselor David held several positions working for the Zambia Union Conference Headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist church. He was the Ministerial Secretary, Education Director, Youth Director and Health Ministries Director. Prior to that he worked for the South Zambia Conference of Seventh-day Adventists holding several positions there including Communication Director, Stewardship Director and Executive Secretary.
La doctora Teresa ofrece servicios de asesoramiento para clientes que hablan español.
Dr. Teresa provides counseling services for Spanish-speaking clients.
Está casada con el Ptr. Omar Carballo y tienen 3 hijos, una nuera y una nieta. Realizó todos sus estudios en la Universidad de Montemorelos, iniciando con Secretariado, Lic. en Ciencias de la Educación, Maestría en Relaciones Familiares y Doctorado en Educación Familiar. Se ha desempeñado como secretaria, maestra y departamental en diferentes Asociaciones de la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día y en la Universidad de Montemorelos. Es coautora de 4 libros: Satisfacción Conyugal, Fidelidad Conyugal, Padres que impactan y Los Celos una emoción que mata. Junto a su esposo ha impartido Seminarios, Conferencias y Consejería sobre Familia en diferentes países durante 25 años.
Doctora Susana Campos Madrigal está casada, tiene tres hijos y vive en México. Obtuvo su licenciatura en Ciencias de la Educación en Psicología Educativa, una maestría en relaciones familiares y un doctorado en educación familiar en la Universidad de Montemorelos en Montemorelos, México. También posee Certificación en Fundamentos de Psicología Positiva de TecMilenio, Monterrey, NL., Diplomado en Educación Familiar de Universidad de Montemorelos, México, Diplomado en Consejería y Bienestar Familiar de la Universidad de Montemorelos, México, Diplomado en Tanatología de la Universidad Libre de Derecho, México y Diplomado en Couching para Padres del Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. México
Shane’s information can be seen on the “Deacon Shane” page on this site.