Spiritual abuse is one of the most insidious and pervasive forms of abuse in our culture. Whether subtle or obvious, spiritual abuse is a form of trauma that undermines your relationship with yourself and with God.

How do we begin to unravel the harm caused by spiritual abuse, reclaim our spirituality, and regain healthy relationships with ourselves, others, and God?

In Confronting Spiritual Abuse, you’ll spend time understanding spiritual abuse in context: the systems, processes, and people who perpetrate it. You’ll learn to identify and name the abuse and learn ways in which you can start to heal. 

Led by trauma-informed specialist Rachael Clinton Chen, this recorded 3.5-hour webinar can be viewed and worked through at your own pace. 

We believe that healing is possible. By doing this work, you can begin to reclaim spiritual beliefs and practices and reconnect with God and others in a deeper way.

Who is this for?

This event is for anyone who has been impacted by spiritual abuse or discerning if they have been impacted by spiritual abuse.  

Purchase & Content Access

Enrollment in Confronting Spiritual Abuse grants you lifetime access to this course through your account at at courses.allendercenter.org. 

If you are looking for lifetime access to more content, be sure to check out our Online Courses.


The recorded webinar is available for purchase at $79. This registration fee is per device log-in, and includes lifetime access to the video recording.

If you are a leader of an organization and want to inquire about group pricing, please contact our support team at [email protected].

Keynote Speaker

Rachael Clinton Chen is a trauma practitioner, speaker (preacher), and pastoral leader. She serves as the Director of Teaching and Care for The Allender Center at The Seattle School. She is the co-host of the Allender Center podcast with Dr. Dan Allender and has been a core member of the Allender Center teaching team for over a decade. More about Rachael

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