Being There Conference - "Healing, Recovery and Empowerment from Narcissistic Relationships"
Hillyard Baptist Church
2121 E Wabash, Spokane
September 30 from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Women's Healing and Empowerment Network (WHEN) invites you to attend the annual Being There Conference - a healing Christian forum where women and men can engage in open discussion toward an abuse free community. This year’s topic is "Healing, Recovery and Empowerment from Narcissistic Relationships and Spiritual Abuse". You can read more about the conference in this month's edition of The Fig Tree.
For program outline and registration information visit www.whenetwork.com or contact WHEN at 509.323.2123. Registration deadline is September 25.
This year’s featured presenters include:
Tamara Schreven, who has personally experienced what it is like to live with a narcissistic partner, will be leading the workshop. She will share her story of healing and empowerment, and outline steps that can assist other abused women in finding their buried dreams and amazing value in Christ. You can read more of her story here.
Gil Escandon, M.D worked as Head of Psychiatry at Spokane County and is currently doing psychiatric work with a Native American Project; Jon R. Mundall, M.D. a practicing physician in the field of nutritional or functional medicine has offices in Cornell, WA and Spokane, WA;
Colin A. Dunbar, D. Min. pastors two churches in the Upper Columbia Conference. He is Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, has conducted seminars in Spiritual Gifts, Men and Family Ministries, Interpersonal Relationships and Church Revivals. He has been an adjunct professor at Andrews University Theological Seminary.
Mable C. Dunbar, Ph.D., Founder and President of Women's Healing and Empowerment Network, is a Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, Certified Domestic Violence Counselor and Crisis Intervention Specialist. She is also reading the Good News Verse for the month of September on Shine 104.9.