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How to Create Trauma-Informed Faith Communities 2016 (RECORDED)

Trauma-informed faith communities understand and recognize the impacts of trauma. They are healing spaces where survivors of domestic and sexual violence can form healthy, supportive, and caring relationships with their community. In this webinar, Rev. Pat Simpson, and Kristine Cunningham will discuss how to bring awareness of trauma into your faith community.

What
  • Recording
  • Violence Against Women
  • Sexual Violence
  • Domestic Violence
When Sep 22, 2016
from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where Online
Presenter Presenters: Rev. Pat Simpson and Kristine Cunningham
Price

$0.00

Registration Status

Closed

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Contact Phone 206-634-1903
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Trauma-informed faith communities understand and recognize the impacts of trauma. They are healing spaces where survivors of domestic and sexual violence can form healthy, supportive, and caring relationships with their community. In this webinar, Rev. Pat Simpson, and Kristine Cunningham will discuss how to bring awareness of trauma into your faith community.

Rev. Pat Simpson is Pastor of University Temple United Methodist Church in Seattle. Her leadership experience has also included leadership in rural churches, in a congregation of homeless women, seven years as a District Superintendent, and in teaching field education at Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry.  She is a FaithTrust Institute board member and a Healthy Boundaries trainer for clergy.

Kristine Cunningham has been the executive director at ROOTS Young Adult Shelter since 2010, and has been with the organization for seven years. She moved into Seattle’s University District in 1990 and began working with homeless youth as an AmeriCorps member in 1996 before there were many services for this growing population. Over half of her 20 years in social services management has been dedicated to young people who are not housed, and she is proud of ROOTS long service as King County’s largest shelter for young people. Kristine holds a business degree and tends to seek practical solutions to social problems.

 

 

 

To view a recording of this webinar click on the following link:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3612594263976520963


 

 


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