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Summary

This program will address the spiritualty helpful to adult survivers of physical, emotional and sexual abuse. Tips on building a support system, identifying a network and resolving abusive relationships are addressed. Therapist ‘checklist’ and resource materials will be distributed.

GOALS

At the conclusion of this seminar participants will be able to:

  • 1. Define spirituality helpful for adult survivors of abuse.
  • 2. Identify 3 ways of building a support system for survivors.
  • 3. Name 4 checklist items that insure adult survivors have a plan for intergration.
  • 4. List colleagues for networking.
  • 5. Give 3 theorists for ongoing study.

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After going’s through different intense healing processes in the past two and a half years and still feeling like things are not resolved, this was such a helpful talk for me. It gave structure, the author seemed to have insight like I haven’t found before. I am disgusted at the inner child, and haven’t been able to approach her. The way the author added The Servants Song into the healing process for the inner child allowed the first tiny bit of compassion on seeing her. Talking about mourning too seemed really important to healing but during my time in therapy has not been mentioned. The number of books suggested as reading material as well was great.