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Risking Connection® in Faith Communities: A Training Curriculum for Faith Leaders Supporting Trauma
Jackson H. Day, Elizabeth Vermilyea, Jennifer Wilkerson, Esther Giller, and Laurie Anne Pearlman
The Sidran Press / Softcover / 2006-02-01 / 1886968160
Trauma / Pastoral Resources
price: $58.30
160 pages
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This newest book in Sidran Institute’s Risking Connection® training curriculum series focuses on the healing role that clergy of all denominations can play in the lives of trauma survivors in their congregations. As many as one in four of the people you encounter may have been deeply wounded by life experiences.

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