Live Seminars & Trainings


Option # Clinical Training (1 Day)

Presenter: Jon K. Uhler, MS

8 a.m.-12 p.m., 1-5 p.m.

Includes:

  • All training materials
  • 1 hr. follow-up conference video call

Topics covered:

  • Current realities within churches
  • Legal and ethical implications
  • Overview of Detection, Discovery, and Profiling
  • The worst case scenario within your church and how to handle it (case studies)
  • The process of reporting, and the church’s responsibility
  • How the legal process will unfold, and how best to help support the victims and their families
  • Overview of Prevention and Protection
  • Symptoms of abuse
  • The impact of perpetration and betrayal upon the victims and their families
  • Providing help for the hurting
  • A plan of action for the church
  • A comprehensive Protection Plan that can be implemented immediately

Option #2: Clinical Training (2 Days)

Presenter: Jon K. Uhler, MS

8 a.m.-12 p.m., 1-5 p.m.

Includes:

  • All training materials
  • 1 hr. follow-up conference video call

Day 1

Topics covered:

  • Current realities within churches
  • Legal and ethical implications
  • Detection and Discovery
  • The worst case scenario within your church and how to handle it
  • The process of reporting, and the church’s responsibility
  • How to deal with the public publicity
  • How to work proactively with the authorities and CYS
  • How the legal process will unfold, and how best to help support the victims and their families
  • How to find competent professional help for the victims and their families
  • Prevention and Protection

Day 2

  • An intro into the mind of a perpetrator
  • Assessing degrees of sociopathy and psychopathy in the child predator
  • Symptoms of abuse
  • Effects of trauma and perpetration on the victims and their families
  • Within a survivor’s world
  • Providing help and healing to survivors and their families
  • A comprehensive Protection Plan that can be implemented immediately
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