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We've created a COVID-19 resource page, with links for survivors, advocates, and spiritual communities. If you have additional resources that you think we should include, please email them to us.


Upcoming Training

Buddhist Healthy Boundaries Online Courses (Spring, 2021)

Jan 25, 2021 to Jun 18, 2021

We are offering two Buddhist Healthy Boundaries courses in spring, 2021. You can register now for either. DATES: January 25-February 26 or May 17-June 18 Read more...

European Buddhist Healthy Boundaries 101 Online Class (March, 2021)

Mar 01, 2021 to Apr 02, 2021

This online course is created specifically for Buddhist teachers and senior students of all lineages who reside in Europe. Course Dates: March 1-April 2, 2021 Read more...

Online Course: Healthy Boundaries 101 (Spring, 2021)

Apr 19, 2021 to May 21, 2021

COURSE DATES: April 19-May 21, 2021 This five-week course allows participants to examine the complex roles and situations of ministry in a thoughtful, reflective way. Read more...

Teaching Healthy Boundaries 101 & 201 ONLINE [Spring, 2021]

Apr 28, 2021 to May 06, 2021

We have adapted our in-person Teaching Healthy Boundaries course into an online class. Students will meet with instructors in 5 live online sessions, for 3 hours each day. 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...

What's New

2020 Newsletter

Read/download the FaithTrust Institute December, 2020 newsletter.

Free Advocate Handbook: Faith and Intimate Partner Violence

In recognition of DVAM, we are offering this FREE handbook that was created in collaboration with FCADV. Read more...

Healthy Boundaries Scholarship Program for Buddhist Teachers

Thanks to a grant from Hemera Foundation, FaithTrust Institute is able to offer needs-based scholarships to Buddhist teachers who would like to participate in the Buddhist Healthy Boundaries online classes. Read more...

E-Books: Healthy Boundaries 101 and 201 Workbooks

To help trainers and students during these days of social distancing, we're releasing our Healthy Boundaries 101 and 201 workbooks as ebooks. Read more...


Recent Blog Posts

Black Lives Matter: Sacred Breath

Many religious stories begin with a breath. God creating the universe with just a breath, and then light. A breath that clarifies thought, leading to understanding. The breath that pulses through the universe, inhabiting every person and everything—uniting us. “I…can’t…breathe.” This is the reality of where we are. And who we are. Our culture creates this violence, and supports it.



Coronavirus and Violence at Home

By Rev. Dr. Marie M. Fortune: In this corona era, many local communities are reporting up to a 50% decrease in 911 calls in general but a 20% increase in domestic violence calls. There is no surprise here. When we first heard the news of orders to shelter in place, many of us immediately thought about what that would mean for women and children who are battered or sexually abused in their homes. Basically it meant being locked up with one’s abuser, having limited access to help from the outside, and limited opportunity to escape.



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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