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ATTENTION: CHANGES TO THIS EVENT
Unfortunately, due to circumstances outside of their control, our speaker will not be available to present on their original event date. We are working with them to set up a new date as soon as possible, and we expect to be able to offer this program in the next several weeks. We will update when available.
Join Rev. Salvador Del Mundo, Jr., as we explore the nature of betrayal trauma in the context of Christian faith communities.
When the faithful experience betrayal trauma, it is difficult to begin imagining hopeful future stories without pain and dread. For spiritual counselors, the hoping process begins with offering a safe space as victims recall their stories of betrayal, so they hear and recognize the pain, fears, and doubts in reconnecting with the sacred. This presentation will explore the nature of betrayal trauma in the context of Christian faith communities.
Vignettes will be presented that help identify: 1) the effects of betrayal trauma; 2) the importance of understanding the victim’s meaning of the betrayal experience; 3) how spiritual bypassing can hurt/stall the healing process; and 4) the need for griefwork as victims begin to sort through their losses.
Come join us for this free webinar from the Hope and Healing Center & Institute. Register today for login information.
About the Speaker
Rev. Salvador Del Mundo, Jr., MDiv, MBA, The Menninger Clinic
The Rev. Del Mundo is the hospital chaplain at The Menninger Clinic. He is a graduate of the Philippine Baptist Theological Seminary in the Philippines and completed a clinical pastoral education residency at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital (now CHI St. Luke’s Health) in the Texas Medical Center. As a pastoral counselor, the Rev. Del Mundo’s primary passion is helping patients construct hopeful, future stories for themselves. In 2011, he was honored with one of five Menninger Pillar Awards, The Clinic’s highest honor for employees who demonstrate the organizations’ values of excellence, teamwork, hope, integrity, and caring.
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