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For chaplains, counselors, pastors, social workers, and other caregivers working from a mind-body-spirit perspective.

For non-professionals, to help congregations or organizations facilitate the development of spiritual care teams.

UPCOMING COURSES

Spirituality in Systemic Family Therapy and Supervision: Implications for Spiritual Caregivers

Spirituality in Systemic Family Therapy and Supervision: Implications for Spiritual Caregivers – Suzanne Coyle, Ph.D., Professor and Director of MA in Marriage and Family Therapy, Christian Theological Seminary Three virtual sessions, June 14, 21, and 28th, 7 PM EST Summary: This book ...
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Lessons Learned from the Pandemic: Implications for Resiliency

June Seminar – begins June 14th Lessons Learned from the Pandemic: Implications for Resilience Summary: By reviewing a number of current articles, the participants will discover or rediscover some of the learnings from the pandemic by examining past pandemics and ...
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Spiritual Care of the Cardiology Patient and Family

June Seminar: Start Date – June 7th Title: Spiritual Care of the Cardiology Patient and Family Summary: Spirituality is an important determinant of health that can affect patient healing, outcomes, and quality of life. Research has confirmed that stress and physiological ...
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Spirituality in Systemic Family Therapy and Supervision: Implications for Spiritual Caregivers

This book examines the implications of exploring spirituality through the lens of human relationships. It addresses systemic supervision and training and explores a systemic approach to the development of the self. The book provides an educational methodology that lays a foundation for describing an operational model of spirituality that is applicable to both theistic and nontheistic perspectives.

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You’re entering a unique global learning community for spiritual and pastoral care. Here, you’ll find colleagues, collaborators, and facilitators committed to exploring the integration of spirituality, psychology, medicine, and ethics. You’ll delve into relevant topical research. Learn practical strategies you can implement. And grow professionally and personally, earning continuing education credits.

For more than 20 years, the Oates Institute has offered thought provoking online seminars presented by facilitators who challenge and inspire, often leading discussions into new and uncharted areas as we collectively work to raise the standard of spiritual care. We invite you to explore our website and our offerings and see how you can bring new dimensions to the spiritual care you provide.