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Dr. Jaime J. Romo - Faith Issues for Male Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse - Recorded (Online Recording, from Aug 02, 2011 02:00 PM to Aug 02, 2011 03:00 PM)
This recorded webinar is for survivors of sexual abuse, mental health professionals, spiritual leaders, and those who wish to support survivors of childhood clergy sexual abuse.
Child Abuse and Mandatory Reporting for Faith Leaders - Recorded (Online, from Mar 05, 2013 07:00 PM to Mar 05, 2013 07:00 PM)
Access a recording of this webinar offered by Rev. Dr. Sarah Rieth
Kids Exposed to Domestic Violence: How Can Faith Leaders Respond? - Recorded (Online, from Apr 03, 2013 07:00 AM to Apr 04, 2013 08:00 AM)
This webinar looks at the prevalence of and the effects on children who are exposed to domestic violence and what churches can do to advocate for them. Presented by Rev. Kathy Reid. This webinar is sponsored by a grant from the Lutheran Community Foundation.
Kids Exposed to Domestic Violence: How Can Faith Leaders Respond? - Recorded - 2014 (Online, from Apr 09, 2014 11:00 AM to Apr 09, 2014 12:00 PM)
The impact of domestic violence on children who witness abuse can be life-long and have a significant influence on neurological, psychological, emotional and spiritual development. Rev. Kathy Reid discusses the signs of trauma in children, and what faith leaders and communities can do to help support and heal children and their families. Included are scriptural passages that can assist in pastoral care. Presenter: Kathy Reid
The Spiritual Crisis of Child Victims of Abuse: How to Address Their Needs (2015) - RECORDED (Online, from Apr 16, 2015 11:00 AM to Apr 19, 2015 12:00 PM)
The experience of violence and abuse has physical and psychological ramifications, but it also has a spiritual impact. For children, as for all victims, this spiritual crisis can be shattering. Join Rev. Kathy Reid, Executive Director of Family Abuse Center (Waco, TX), as she discusses the ways to help children understand abuse and the ways their faith can support their healing. The focus of this webinar will be on Christian scripture that speaks to injustice, powerlessness, and forgiveness within the context of true justice and repentance.
What to Do When a Registered Sex Offender Comes to Your Congregation (2015) - RECORDED (from Sep 22, 2015 11:00 AM to Sep 22, 2015 12:00 PM)
Registered sex offenders who are released into the community are approaching faith communities and asking to participate in worship and other activities. We know that community support is important to prevent re-offending. How can faith communities be part of an offender’s support network and insure safety for the congregation? Rev. Dr. Kathy McCallie has helped a congregation through the process of creating and implementing a policy and educational plan on this issue and has a wealth of experience she shares.
SPOTLIGHT: What Faith Communities Can Learn From the Movie (2016) - RECORDED (Online, from Apr 06, 2016 07:00 AM to Apr 06, 2016 08:00 AM)
Through the eyes of journalists uncovering a scandal, the film Spotlight has given the general public a way to examine the systemic, religious, and personal issues that perpetuated a culture of secrecy, abuse and collusion. Clergy abuse is not, and never has been, just a "Catholic issue". Every faith tradition has to struggle to address the abuse of power that allows the vulnerable to be victimized. This roundtable conversation about the movie examines how it illustrates the issues of institutional and personal responsibility for preventing and responding to child sexual abuse.
Role of the Faith Community in Preventing & Healing Child Sexual Abuse (2016) -RECORDED (Online, from Jul 07, 2016 11:00 AM to Jul 07, 2016 12:00 PM)
Rev. Kathy Reid, Executive Director of Family Abuse Center (Waco, TX), discusses the ways faith communities can support child victims and adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse in their healing. Faith leaders, health ministers, and trauma-informed congregations can “speak the unspoken” setting a precedent for prevention work, as well as addressing the impact that the childhood trauma of sexual abuse can have for adults, who frequently suffer physical, psychological and emotional impacts. An informed understanding of childhood sexual abuse is essential to work addressing many concurrent issues such as homelessness, addiction, suicide prevention, self-harm, and chronic health concerns.
#ChurchToo: Let's Talk About Change—2018 (RECORDED) (from Apr 11, 2018 12:00 AM to Apr 11, 2018 12:00 AM)
Join us for a conversation about the impact of the #ChurchToo movement on faith communities. The stories from #ChurchToo are challenging many people's understanding of sexual harassment and abuse. Let's talk about how we address victim blaming, denial, cultural silencing, and religious roadblocks. How can we use this movement to create safer, more transparent spiritual communities?
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