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Upcoming Training

March 2020 Buddhist Healthy Boundaries Online Course (March-April)

Mar 02, 2020 to Apr 03, 2020

This online course is full. If you'd like to be added to the waitlist, please email your name and contact information to learning@faithtrustinstitute.org Read more...

Teaching Healthy Boundaries 101 & 201 [March 2020]

Mar 03, 2020 to Mar 04, 2020

THIS TRAINING IS FULL. March 3-4, 2020 in Chicago, IL. This course will equip trainers to teach Healthy Boundaries 101 & 201. It is designed for those persons designated by their judicatory or organization to train clergy and spiritual teachers about healthy boundaries. Read more...

Online Course: Healthy Boundaries 101 (April 2020)

Apr 20, 2020 to May 22, 2020

Our online Healthy Boundaries 101 for Clergy and Spiritual Leaders begins on April 20, 2020. This five-week course allows participants to examine the complex roles and situations of ministry in a thoughtful, reflective way. Read more...

What's New

Why Faith Matters: A Resource for Advocates and Allies

FaithTrust Institute is delighted to announce the publication of our newest resource. Why Faith Matters is a handbook for advocates and allies that highlights the significant role that religion and spirituality plays in the lives of survivors of sexual violence. Read more...

 

Recent Blog Posts

Guest Blog: Sharing the Torch: Intergenerational Cooperation

Not too long ago, when I was first learning the ins and outs of Anita Hill’s testimony against Clarence Thomas and the “Year of the Woman,” I called my mom and asked what she remembered about it all. I was just a toddler in 1992; my mom was a camera woman at the local NBC affiliate—a boys’ club. Despite having worked at a news station, she didn’t remember much about the hearings or how many women joined the Senate (4) or the House of Representatives (24) the next year. What she did remember were her coworkers’ unwanted kisses, the sexist comments, and that time she threatened to quit her job, while pregnant, because of the perpetual sexual harassment she endured at the station.

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Guest Blog: Hope in the Research #5

In this blog post, Rev. James Evinger highlights some recent research trends, including the emergence of new voices, nationally and internationally, that are expanding the conversation about clergy abuse, its impact, and congregational responses. Since 1995, Rev. Evinger has reviewed materials and updated the Annotated Bibliography of Clergy Sexual Abuse and Sexual Boundary Violations in Religious Communities. This huge undertaking has provided an extraordinary resource for scholars and researchers, as well as those seeking to address the needs of survivors.

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Guest Blog: Hope in the Research, #4

Since 1995, Rev. James Evinger has reviewed materials and updated the Annotated Bibliography of Clergy Sexual Abuse and Sexual Boundary Violations in Religious Communities. This huge undertaking has provided an extraordinary resource for scholars and researchers, as well as those seeking to address the needs of survivors. In this blogpost, Rev. Evinger highlights some of the recent international research trends related to addressing clergy abuse, child sexual abuse, and national and institutional responses.

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