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doctrinal damage, doctrinal trauma, religious trauma, religious abuse, religious impacts on clients

DATES: Saturday, August 24, 2024

TIMES: 8am-3:30pm AZ Time

LOCATION: Virtual via Zoom

6 NBCC Hours

Doctrinal Damage: A Therapist Workshop

This presentation explores the healing and detrimental components of religion for clients. While religion can be a vehicle for spiritual connection and freedom for some, others might experience tenants of religion as contributors or exacerbators for impaired self-esteem and quality of life.  Topics of male/female ranking, rigidity, and shame-related doctrine will be explored so that clinicians can have the reference needed for exploration and therapeutic intervention for clients suffering from religious trauma. This workshop will utilize lecture, case examples and have a breakout group portion to explore and discuss religious impact for training participants.  

Learning Objectives

  • Identify 3 doctrines that might contribute to impaired self esteem

  • Demonstrate skills in clinical interviewing for understanding religious impact on a client

  • Understand various interventions for exploring religious schemas and client- centered schema adjustments

Continuing Education Credits

  • LK Institute has been approved by NBCC as Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7464. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. LK Institute is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.

    • This program qualifies for 6 NBCC hours.​

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~Training Fee~

  • Early Bird: $125 

    • Use Code EarlyBirdWorkshop3 by July 24, 2024 @ 11:59pm MST

  • Full Price: $150

LK Institute

"Doctrinal Damage: A Therapist Workshop"

ACEP No. 7464

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