When Faith Hurts - March 1-2, 2016 - Mental Health and Recovery Board of Ashland County

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When Faith Hurts - March 1-2, 2016

When Faith Hurt:, Understanding, Recognizing and Responding to the Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Impact of Child Maltreatment. 

March 1-2, 2016


Victor Veith: When Faith Hurts Conference. For more pictures from the event, click here.


To read JoAnn Shade's recent article, "We need to talk about keeping kids safe" published in the Ashland-Times Gazette click here.

Ashland Times-Gazette follow-up article:

MHRB conference highlights teamwork as a way to deal with child abuse - March 7, 2016


CONFERENCE MATERIALS - Download and print before conference.

Connections Among Adverse Childhood Experiences, Exposure to Animal Cruelty and Toxic Stress: What do Professionals Need to Consider?  by Barbara W. Boat

When Faith Hurts Conference FLYER

Two-day agenda here. 

Map of Ashland University here. Use parking lots E & J (Convocation Center is #26)

Information about Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center here.

About the speakers:

Victor Vieth is the founder and has served as senior director of Gundersen National Child ProtectionTraining Center (Gundersen NCPTC) since its inception in 2003. 

More of Mr. Vieth's bio, here.

Alison Feigh came to Jacob Wetterling Resource Center (JWRC) initially in 2001 from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. 

More of Ms. Feigh's bio, here.

For information about local speakers and panelists click here.      


Generous Financial Support for this Conference is Provided By:

The Ashland County Community Foundation

Dr. JoAnn Ford-Watson

Other Private Donors  


Documentation/ Power Point Presentations for the March 1-2, 2016

“When Faith Hurts” Conference

NEW - A Link Across the Lifespan: Animal Abuse as a Marker for Traumatic Experiences in Child Abuse, Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse

NEW - Dr. Mark Hurst Trauma-Informed Care, "Creating Environments of Resiliency and Hope"

Cyber-Challenges: Policies, Planning and Prevention, Gundersen

Implementing Personal Safety Training in Faith Based Institutions, Gundersen

Case Study

Case Studies Discussion

From Sticks to Flowers: Working with Parents Using Scripture to Justify Corporal Punishment, Gundersen

GRACE Case Study

Jacob’s Hope Newsletter of the Jacob Wetterling Sesource Center, Suffer the Children: Developing Effective Church Policies on Child Maltreatment

Ministering to Adult Sex Offenders: Ten Lessons from Henry Gerecke, Victor Vieth

The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, Steve Stone

The Use and Misuse of Scripture in Counseling Maltreated Children, Jerry Strausbaugh

What Would Walther Do? Applying Law and Gospel to Victims and Perpetrators of Child Sexual Abuse, Victor Vieth

When Faith Hurts: Recognizing and Responding to the Spiritual Impact of Child Maltreatment, Gundersen


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