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Diane Langberg to Speak at MFTC Conference on Counseling Survivors of Sexual Abuse, October 9-10
June 13, 2014
RTS Jackson is pleased to announce that Diane Langberg will speak at the MFTC Conference on Counseling Survivors of Sexual abuse to be held on the campus of RTS Jackson. She will be joined by RTS Jackson MFTC faculty, Jim Hurley and Bill Richardson, on October 9-10, 2014. The conference will be offered for 4 ethics credits.
To see complete details for the conference, including schedule, cost, and registration, visit the MFTC Conference page here.
Dr. Diane Langberg is a practicing psychologist whose clinical expertise includes 35 years of working with trauma survivors and clergy. She speaks internationally on topics related to women, trauma, ministry, and the Christian life. She is the director of Diane Langberg, Ph.D. & Associates, a group practice in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, staffed by Christian psychologists, social workers, and counselors. Dr. Langberg has expertise in many areas, including sexual and domestic abuse, addictions, depression, and eating disorders. She works with adults, children and adolescents, and couples.
Dr. Bill Richardson, Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy, received his Ph.D. from the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services at Georgia State University. Dr. Richardson brings more than 30 years of clinical experience to RTS. He is a classroom teacher and Director of the Center for Marriage and Family Therapy, the clinical internship site for the RTS, MAMFT & Counseling program. He is an AAMFT clinical member and approved supervisor, the Ethics Chairperson for MAMFT, a practicing therapist and co-founder of Hopewell Christian Counseling, a post-graduate internship placement system of Christian counseling centers.
Dr. James Hurley is Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy and director of the department of Marriage and Family Therapy and Counseling at the RTS, Jackson campus. He is the only member of the faculty with doctoral level qualifications in three fields: New Testament, Theology, and Counseling. He holds PhDs from Cambridge University and Florida State University. He is a clinical member and approved clinical supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and a practicing professional therapist. He has served as President and as a board member of the Mississippi Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.