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Kids Exposed to Domestic Violence: How Can Faith Leaders Respond? - Recorded - 2014

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

What
  • Recording
  • Child Abuse
  • Domestic Violence
When Apr 09, 2014
from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where Online
Presenter Rev. Kathy Reid
Price

$10.00

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Contact Phone 206-634-1903
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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.

 

Kathy Reid Rev. Kathy Reid is the current Executive Director of the Family Abuse Center in Waco, Texas.  The Family Abuse Center is a comprehensive domestic violence service provider. Services include a 55 bed, 14 day emergency shelter, non-residential program for counseling and legal advocacy, outreach and prevention program for seven counties, a transitional housing program and a permanent housing program for victims of domestic violence who are disabled.

Before coming to the Family Abuse Center, Kathy was Associate General Secretary for the Church of the Brethren, a small Anabaptist denomination, headquartered in Elgin, Illinois. Before her calling to the Church of the Brethren denominational offices, Kathy worked in Austin, Texas.  For twelve years, she was founding pastor of Austin Mennonite Church.  From 1997 until 2004, she was Executive Director of the Texas Homeless Network, a non-profit organization that built homeless coalitions across the state, provided resources and technical skills to non-profit organizations that served the homeless.

Kathy is the author of several books including Preventing Child Sexual Abuse: A Religious Education Curriculum for Children Ages 5 – 8 and Preventing Child Sexual Abuse: A Religious Education Curriculum for Children Ages 9 – 12. Kathy has twenty years experience training congregations, pastors and individuals around issues of child protection.

This webinar was sponsored by a grant from:

InFaithFdn_web

as part of their Ending Family Violence Initiative

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