With so much being revealed about how sexual predators are able to find their way into churches, ministries, and other youth-oriented organizations, it has become all too clear that the screening process and quality of training most often utilized has been inadequate.
Based on over 30 years of professional clinical work with both predators and survivors, Church Protect's mission is straightforward: To train churches and other organizations on the methods and mindsets of sexual perpetrators, while educating on how best to support the survivors of sexual abuse.
Since it's inception in 2015, ChurchProtect.org has been serving as a trusted source of information and insights, consultation and training for individuals, parents, churches, schools, ministries, and faith-based organizations around the world on matters related to child protection, Sexual Predator Identification, & Survivor support. In this day of increasing confusion about different Movements and trends that are gaining acceptance among vulnerable youth and young adults, people from all corners of the globe have been turning to us for help.
Church Protect is committed to ensuring churches and other organizations know how best to keep their most vulnerable members safe from the wiles of sophisticated predators. Contact Jon K. Uhler, LPC to schedule the most comprehensive and insightful training available.
Church Protect is pleased to now be a part of the larger ministry of SurvivorSupport.net. As word spreads about the unique work & the insights offered by our Founder, Jon K. Uhler, MS, LPC, the list of those giving their "stamp of approval" continues grows.
Jon K. Uhler, LPC, was honored to be able to contribute to this documentary, toward supporting Survivors. May we each begin to push our lawmakers to do the right thing, toward the protection of children and families.
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Since 2015, Jon K. Uhler, LPC work through ChurchProtect.org, SurvivorSupport.net, his blog, SurvivorSupport.us, and his efforts on various Social Media Platforms (including Twitter, GETTR, MeWe, Facebook, and Quora) have been helping to educated people on the minds and motives, sophisticated of sexual predators, and the methods they most often use to gain access to vulnerable women and minors.