This non-denominational seminar is a unique opportunity to learn about a hidden problem and seldom discussed issue, a true taboo in our midst: sexual abuse against women in the church. Available statistical evidence demonstrates that such abuse is a rampant global — and likely local — phenomenon.
This cross-disciplinary seminar offers the participants unbiased evidence, information and discussion about sexual abuse in the church through the eyes of the victim, the therapist, and the researcher. A survivor with an inspiring recovery shares her experience. Clinical psychologists present the effects of trauma on victims’ lives and present strategies to facilitate the long process of recovery. A data scientist explains the value of information- driven research to define and measure such problems. Opportunities for networking will be numerous.
This seminar is especially appropriate for church leaders, counselors, therapists, congregants, parents of church-attending children, and others concerned or affected.
Seminar Chair: Marjo Mitsutomi, Ph.D.; CEO, The Sisu Advantage
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