Video & Audio
speaking on Open House, a radio program of Sydney’s 103.2 FM:
Barbara Roberts – Christians and Divorce – Episode 1
Barbara Roberts – Christians and Divorce – Episode 2
Divorce and Remarriage
A talk given to the adult Sunday School class at CRC Tillamook, August 2012.
Audio CDs of the Barbara’s book Not Under Bondage are available for visually disabled survivors: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Life & Faith: No More Denial. Barbara talks to Centre For Public Christianity about domestic abuse and the church.
Dr Catherine Kroeger — an early activist and author on domestic abuse in the Evangelical church
Reacting to Insinuations in the Verbally Abusive Relationship (2 part series)
A moving audio visual creation by a survivor:
Sharon Araji, Retired Professor Emerita, Department of Sociology, University of Colorado, Denver.
Child Custody Justice. This documentary shows:
- the barriers women face in child custody battles when trying to protect their children from abusers
- how children are damage by being with their abusers
- interviews with lawyers, judges, law enforcement, protective mothers and court advocates
- strategies that lawyers of abusers use to tie protective parent’s hands and help abusers win the cases
- the history of PAS (Parental Alienation Syndrome) and how it is used against women
- the need for lawyers and judges/court personnel to get consistent training on DV
Pastor Jeff Crippen, author of A Cry For Justice and Unholy Charade
Barbara Roberts, author of Not Under Bondage
The Levite’s Concubine: Judges 19-21 and how abusers enlist allies
Barbara’s YouTube channel
Barbara interviewed by Pastor Mark Brown
A four-part course on DVD, which is available for purchase, will equip both counselors and church leaders to help Christian organizations prepare and implement procedures to prevent child and adult abuse and to take appropriate action when faced with allegations. The two speakers of the course are Philip G. Monroe, PsyD and Basyle Tchividjian, JD.
Dr George Simon, Jr., psychologist and author
interviewed by Fox News — The Tactics of Manipulative People
as consultant to CBS 48 Hours
interviewed by CBS—Understanding the Troubled Personality
Diane Langberg, a Christian psychologist, has worked with many victims of domestic abuse, sexual abuse and genocide; and also with people who have abused power in positions of Christian leadership.
Counseling Victims of Domestic Abuse is a presentation Diane gave at the Forum Of Christian Leaders, Budapest, 25 May 2010.
You can find other resources created or recommended by Diane Langberg at dianelangberg.com.
A 7 minute video highlighting the serious and harmful nature of financial abuse. Financial abuse is hard to recognize and it can happen to anyone in any relationship.
This five minute youtube video is by Women’s Health West and Victoria Police of Victoria, Australia. It features local women demonstrating simple and practice ways of gathering evidence. Note: This video is from Victoria, Australia, where protection orders are called “intervention orders’ and the emergency phone number is 000, not 911 as in the USA.
This is a youtube video by Counselor Patrick Doyle of Veritas Counseling. He discusses four things that are required before reconciliation can be considered: conviction, repentance, confession, and forgiveness. And each of these four things is to be done by the offender.
Leslie Vernick, licensed clinical social worker and author
This is a youtube video in which Lundy Bancroft talks at the Battered Woman’s Custody Conference about mobilizing grassroots activist movements to protest about the injustices that are being done by the courts to abused women and their children, and help women who are going thru nightmares in the family courts.
7 part video series; the above link goes to part 1 of series.
Read a transcript of Part 2.
This link goes to part 3 of the series, in which Lundy discusses abusers, courts, and child custody.
Lecture given by Lundy Bancroft in 2006. Hosted by the Network for Women’s Lives.
In this two-part video training, Dr. Monroe, Professor of Counseling and Psychology at BTS will explore how faith communities can unintentionally create additional distress for those with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. This video series shows how to 1) identify common struggles of trauma survivors in faith communities, 2) understand the impact of trauma on the brain functioning and interpersonal relationship, 3) recognize the tendency to overspiritualize invisible wounds, and 4) identify leader, lay, and counselor interventions to improve the church experience of those suffering from PTSD.