Confronting Spiritual Abuse

August 5, 2021

Online

Who will be there:

  • Rachael Clinton

Registration

$69

Register

Confronting Spiritual Abuse is a one day, online event taught by trauma-informed specialist Rachael Clinton Chen.

Whether subtle or obvious, spiritual abuse is a form of trauma that undermines your relationship with yourself and with God. Participants in this event will learn how to identify and define spiritual abuse in different Christian contexts and begin to build imagination for healing and compassion.

For the purposes of this event, we define spiritual abuse as the use of religious or spiritual power and authority to control, coerce, or perpetrate harm. In many ways, spiritual abuse is a distortion or exploitation of God’s power and authority to manipulate or control others’ bodies, personhood, relationships, and autonomy through shame and fear. Spiritually abusive systems and organizations and spiritually abusive people use religious texts, theologies, and practices to harm relationally, emotionally, and physically.

Who is this for?

This event is for anyone who has been impacted by spiritual abuse or discerning if they have been impacted by spiritual abuse.

Purchase & Content Access

Access to the recording is available for purchase through August 5, 2021, and the recording is available June 9 – September 5, 2021, through your account at courses.allendercenter.org.

If you are looking for lifetime access to more content, be sure to check out our Online Courses.

Pricing

The conference is available for purchase at $69. This registration fee is per device log-in, and includes access to the video recording until September 5, 2021.

If you are a leader of an organization and want to inquire about group pricing, please contact Kalee Vandegrift at kvandegrift@theseattleschool.edu.