Diane Langberg

Diane Langberg is a practicing psychologist whose clinical expertise includes 40 years of working with trauma survivors and clergy. She is director of Diane Langberg, PhD & Associates, a group practice in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a clinical faculty member of Biblical Theological Seminary where she co-leads the Global Trauma Recovery Institute. She is the author of Counsel for Pastors' Wives (Zondervan), Counseling Survivors of Sexual Abuse (Xulon Press) and On the Threshold of Hope: Opening the Door to Healing for Survivors of Sexual Abuse (Tyndale House) with an accompanying workbook (Xulon Press), as well as In Our Lives First: Meditations for Counselors (Kindle; Amazon) and the forthcoming Suffering and the Heart of God: How Trauma Destroys and Christ Restores (September 2015, New Growth Press). She serves on the board of the American Association of Christian Counselors and GRACE (Godly Response to Abuse in a Christian Environment). Her books and many other resources can be found at www.dianelangberg.com
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The Use and Misuse of Authority in Christian Leadership - Leader to Leader Interview
Diane Langberg Counseling and Psychology 00:00:00 1,610 3 Jun 2015
talk
Sexual Abuse in Christian Organisations
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPost-Traumatic Stress 00:00:00 893 3 Jun 2015
talk
Use and Misuse of Authority
Diane Langberg Leadership 00:00:00 1,052 3 Jun 2015
talk
Therapeutically Working with Narcissists
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPersonality Theory 00:00:00 917 2 Jun 2015
talk
Narcissism and the Systems It Breeds
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPersonality Theory 00:00:00 1,560 2 Jun 2015
answer
What mistakes do Christians frequently make in trying to help someone scarred by abuse?
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPost-Traumatic Stress 00:00:00 577 1 Jun 2015
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How does complex trauma affect the victim’s idea of both self and others?
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyIndividual 00:00:00 3,224 1 Jun 2015
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Why do victims of abuse experience shame?
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPost-Traumatic Stress 00:00:00 547 1 Jun 2015
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Why is trauma that is inflicted by a caregiver particularly harmful?
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyIndividual 00:00:00 1,194 1 Jun 2015
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What principles can we follow to prevent sexual abuse in our Christian organisation?
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPost-Traumatic Stress 00:00:00 450 1 Jun 2015

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