Child Abuse and Mandatory Reporting for Faith Leaders (Faith Trust Institute)


This webinar will help you:

  • Understand your role (as a leader in your faith community) in reporting suspected child abuse
  • Understand how to navigate common fears and barriers to reporting
  • Access local and state resources for reporting

Meet Our Presenter

Rev. Dr. Sarah M. Rieth is an Episcopal priest serving as a pastoral psychotherapist and consultant in independent practice in Charlotte, North Carolina. A Diplomate in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, she works with many survivors of childhood abuse and domestic violence. Her dissertation and published articles focus on the healing needs of survivors of abuse. She has worked with her own and other judicatories to develop policies, procedures, prevention training, healing protocols, and pastoral response teams to address misconduct in the church, and she has provided healing consultations for churches of many denominations.

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