We all know the importance of debriefing our feelings and thoughts about stressful events. This process allows us to release emotions that we hold in check while ministering to those in spiritual crisis. Further, it provides an opportunity to share what kinds of things are being done in different settings. We invite persons whether members…

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Course begins March 10th Spiritual caregivers are frequently called on to walk with persons traveling through all kinds of spiritual and emotional darkness.  There is an expectation that the spiritual caregiver will offer some light amid that darkness.  Light is a powerful symbol in most faith traditions. Light represents joy and life-giving power and the…

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Course begins March 10th Religious Pluralism is here to stay.  This is true not only among major religious traditions of the world but also the tremendous varieties of beliefs among the many sub-groups within Christianity. Whether it is in a hospital, long term care facility, school, prison, military or the town square, spiritual caregivers encounter…

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Course begins January 14th From Facebook’s COO and Wharton’s top-rated professor, the #1 New York Times best-selling authors of Lean In and Originals: a powerful, inspiring, and practical book about building resilience and moving forward after life’s inevitable setbacks. This is an invaluable study for spiritual caregivers who are always helping persons discover an Option…

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Course begins January 14th The participants in the seminar will explore through articles and peer discussion various ways that children and adolescents experience and express grief with respect to their developmental stages.  Moreover, the focus will be on how spiritual caregivers can facilitate meaningful dialogue during the individual’s processing of the initial grief stages. Learning…

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