Diane Langberg

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Diane Langberg is globally recognized for her 47 years of clinical work with trauma victims. She has trained caregivers on six continents in responding to trauma and to the abuse of power. She also directs her own counseling practice in Jenkintown, PA, Diane Langberg, Ph.D. & Associates, which includes seventeen therapists with multiple specialties. Dr. Langberg’s newest book is Redeeming Power: Understanding Authority and Abuse in the Church. Other books include Counseling Survivors of Sexual Abuse, On the Threshold of Hope (with accompanying workbook), In Our Lives First: Meditations for Counselors, and Suffering the Heart of God: How Trauma Destroys and Christ Restores. Dr. Langberg is the recipient of the Distinguished Alumna Achievements from Taylor University., the American Association of Christian Counselors Caregiver Award, The Distinguished President’s award, and the Philadelphia Council of Clergy’s Christian Service Award. She is married and has two sons and four grandchildren.
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What is God’s attitude to victims of trauma?
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPost-Traumatic Stress 00:00:00 3,944 1 Jun 2015
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What is sexual abuse?
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPost-Traumatic Stress 00:00:00 1,844 1 Jun 2015
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How can a church prevent the domination of a narcissistic leader?
Diane Langberg LeadershipChurch Leadership 00:00:00 2,118 1 Jun 2015
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When is it dangerous for a person dealing with trauma to remain silent?
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPost-Traumatic Stress 00:00:00 1,316 1 Jun 2015
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What kinds of structures are vulnerable to narcissists?
Diane Langberg LeadershipChurch Leadership 00:00:00 1,791 1 Jun 2015
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What must churches understand about victims of trauma in order to love them well?
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPost-Traumatic Stress 00:00:00 1,439 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 9,388 1 Jun 2015
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How can God's redeeming love change a life scarred by abuse?
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPost-Traumatic Stress 00:00:00 1,460 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 2,587 1 Jun 2015
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How can God use his people to restore hope in victims of abuse?
Diane Langberg Counseling and PsychologyPost-Traumatic Stress 00:00:00 1,532 1 Jun 2015

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