WHEN - Being There Conference
2011 W Garland Ave, Spokane
September 29 from 8:30a - 5:30p
Women's Healing and Empowerment Network (WHEN) invites you to attend this annual conference, a healing forum where women and men can engage in open discussion toward an abuse free community. This year's topic is Rebuilding Your Life After Spiritual Abuse and Narcissistic Relationships.
Registration fee is $25.00 per person or $45.00 per couple and includes materials, handouts, and two meals. Online registration for both conferences is open until September 29 at www.whenetwork.com.
Registration fee can be sent to: WHEN, PO Box 9637, Spokane, WA. 99209
This year’s featured female presenters include:
- Dr. Donna Evans, is a teacher and retired Mental Health Counselor. She will speak on the topic, “How Religious Beliefs Contribute to Denial of Spiritual Abuse and Justification for Narcissism”
- Lorenda Rae, a Radio Announcer for Shine 104.9, Spokane, Washington will share her journey of healing and empowerment after experiencing abusive and narcissistic relationships
- Marian Beaumier, LICSW, MA, has served as clinical director for a local non-profit organization and will present two workshops, “Defining and Identifying Spiritual Abuse and Narcissism” and “Principles of Healing After Spiritual Abuse and Narcissistic Relationships”
- Laura Lindsay is owner of Laura Lindsay Insurance Agency located in Airway Heights, Washington. She will give her testimony of healing and empowerment after leaving a narcissistic religious system.
Featured male presenters:
- John Solomon is a Police Chaplain in the city of Spokane, Washington. He will discuss, “Principles of Healing After Spiritual Abuse and Narcissistic Relationships”
- Gil Escandon, M.D. works as a Psychiatrist with the Native American Project. He will present, “Defining and Identifying Spiritual Abuse and Narcissism from the Male Perspective”
- Jon R Mundall, M.D. is a practicing Physician in the fields of nutritional and functional medicine. He has offices in Cornell and Spokane, Washington. He will discuss “How Religious Beliefs Contribute to Denial of Spiritual Abuse and Justification for Narcissism”
- Colin A. Dunbar, D. Min. is a Pastor, Educator, and Grief Recovery Specialist will facilitate a panel discussion on “Facilitating Safety and Healing for Victims of Spiritual Abuse and Narcissistic Relationships in our Homes and Churches.”