Trends, Challenges, Issues & Treatment. Pastoral Sexual Abuse:. Diane M. Langberg, PhD Diane Langberg & Associates Philip G. Monroe, PsyD Biblical Seminary. Seminar Topics. The profile of pastoral abuse Impact of abuse Intervention strategies Prevention strategies
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Diane M. Langberg, PhD
Diane Langberg & Associates
Philip G. Monroe, PsyD
Remember: the process itself IS the work of God
Set Guiding Goals
Determine key constituents to help
Choose & train SCTs
Develop SCT goals & objectives
Use of outside consultants for groups or members
SCT time together
SCT time with key others
If your primary allegiance is to your church, to the institution’s preservation, then you will sin to preserve it. If your allegiance is to Christ, you will relinquish the church, the institution, rather than sin.
Consider Spurgeon: If a thing be wrong, though you gain by it, you must spurn it. If a thing be right, though you lose by it, you must do it for the Master’s sake.
The conflict and indifference between religion and psychology is a curious state of affairs. Although both clergy and practicing psychologists are involved in counseling relationships and interested in emotional and behavioral outcomes among those with whom they work, they generally appear to do so in isolation without much guidance from each other.
Professional Psychology: Research & Practice, 1999
McMinn, Aikins & Lish (2003). Basic and advanced competence in collaborating with clergy. PP: R&P, 34, 197-2002
From Wilson et al, Restoring the Fallen
Know the differences between:
QUESTION: Are you speaking a language they understand?