The Being There Conference
Saturday, September 30, 2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hillyard Baptist Church, 2121 E. Wabash, Spokane, WA 99207
Register online at www.whenetwork.com by September 25, 2017 or Contact us at: W.H.E.N. P.O. Box 9637, Spokane, WA 99209 Phone: 509-323-2123 / Fax: 509-323-2120 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Being There Conference (A healing Christian Forum where women, and men can engage in open discussions toward an abuse-free community) “Healing, Recovery and Empowerment from Narcissistic Relationships and Spiritual Abuse”
Special Features: Healing Testimonies Workshops for Women and Men Nutritious, Delicious Meal Resources Networking Opportunities
Tamara Schreven is President of Haven of Hope Ministries, a ministry for abused women and children. Having survived an abusive marriage, she has a heart for women living in abuse, in silence, behind closed doors. She especially has a passion to help women that live with a narcissistic partner. Personally experiencing the journey, she comes along side those who have lost their identity, their dreams, and their soul. Sharing steps that assist abused women in finding their buried dreams and amazing value in Christ.
Gil Escandon, M.D. received most of his education in California. From 1977 -1985 he worked as a Math and Science Teacher in various high schools in California. He has worked as a physician in various hospitals and medical facilities in Spokane WA including Sacred Heart Medical Center, Fairchild Airforce Base, Group Health Northwest, Deaconess & Valley Hospital Urgent Care Centers and Emergency Hospital. He has held the following positions: Medical Director for the Healing Lodge of Seven Nations in Spokane, WA., Associate Professor of Medicine, at the University of Washington Medical School and worked at the Riverview Medical Clinic, and Hospice Alliance in St George, UT. From 2013 -2016 worked as Head of Psychiatry at Spokane County Jail. Currently is doing psychiatric work with a Native American Project.
Jon R Mundall, M.D. is a practicing physician in the field of nutritional or functional medicine with offices in Cornell, WA and Spokane, WA. He has been practicing medicine since he graduated from Loma Linda University Medical School in 1973. He is a member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine, The American Academy of Environmental Medicine, and the International College of Integrative Medicine. In addition to his focus on nutritional therapies, he specializes in immune system disorders and clinical toxicology. He enjoys the challenge of treating chronic health problems that are unresponsive to conventional therapies. He and his wife Eloyce have been married for over 40 years and have 7 children and 12 grand children. He is a member of the Board of Directors
Mable C. Dunbar, Ph.D., is Founder and President of Women's Healing and Empowerment Network. She is a Certified Cognitive Behavioral Ther- apist, Certified Domestic Violence Counselor and Crisis Intervention Specialist. Mable is an author and has written numerous articles on the topics of domestic violence and sexual abuse. She travels extensively (nationally and internationally) to raise the awareness of domestic violence and sexual abuse in the Christian community, conducts educational programs, and establishes healing centers to end the intergenerational cycle of abuse.
Colin A. Dunbar, D. Min. has served as Pastor, Evangelist, Church Builder, Publishing Director and Ministerial director for the Seventh -day Adventist Church. He has conducted seminars in Spiritual Gifts, Men and Family Ministries, Interpersonal Relationships and Church Revivals. He has been an adjunct professor at Andrews University Theological Seminary and is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist. He conducts support groups for abused and abusive men and has provided counseling and support for female victims. He is also the volunteer Chaplain for WHEN.