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Why Faith Is Fundamental to Ending Domestic Violence- Spring 2014 - Recorded

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Julie Owens shares her insights into the spiritual crises and spiritual dilemmas that are particular to survivors of faith. She also discusses the ways that faith communities can assist survivors heal and recover. Of particular importance is the issue of Justice Making as a way for faith communities to protect the victim and ensure accountability by the abuser.

What
  • Recording
  • Domestic Violence
When Mar 20, 2014
from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where Online
Presenter Julie Owens
Price

$10.00

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Contact Phone 206-634-1903
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Julie Owens shares her insights into the spiritual crises and spiritual dilemmas that are particular to survivors of faith. She also discusses the ways that faith communities can assist survivors heal and recover. Of particular importance is the issue of Justice Making as a way for faith communities to protect the victim and ensure accountability by the abuser.

JULIE OWENS is a survivor of domestic violence who has worked in the field of violence against women for almost 18 years. The daughter of a prominent Presbyterian pastor, her personal story of survival is featured in the FaithTrust Institute's award-winning documentary "Broken Vows: Religious Perspectives on Domestic Violence". Julie specializes in addressing the complexities of domestic violence and she provides both basic and advanced trainings for faith communities.

During her career, Julie has developed or directed a number of projects, including a community-wide crisis response team for battered women and two faith-based abuse shelters, as well as domestic violence research and therapy studies at the National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). She has worked with a wide variety of survivor groups, including Native American & Asian-Pacific Islander woman and urban mothers struggling with addiction.  Julie currently works fulltime as a domestic violence state regional director and she is frequently called upon to present workshops and speak at conferences.

 

This webinar was sponsored by a grant from:

InFaithFdn_web

as part of their Ending Family Violence Initiative

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