Clergy Killers: Guidance for Pastors and Congregations Under Attack

by G. Lloyd Rediger. Westminster John Knox Press, 1997.

Based on his years of counseling experience, Rediger identifies conflict that is emotional and spiritual abuse perpetrated by both "clergy killers" and "killer clergy." Discover three types of abusive conflict, specific methods for managing each, how to help lead a congregation to healing and health. Includes a discussion of clergy support systems and ways to strengthen spiritual, mental, and physical fitness.
(from Alban catalog)

Richard Blackburn of Lombard Mennonite Peace Center cautions against this book and a couple other titles because they tend to put people in blaming/victim mode instead of a healthier, more self-defining approach (WKM - 10/2012)