Foundational Theory & Practice of Spiritual Care

Gloria Woodland, DMin 

Director of Chaplaincy Program
Assistant Professor of Chaplaincy Studies and Spiritual Care

CHP 631 LS – Foundational Theory & Practice of Spiritual Care 

One of two foundational chaplaincy/spiritual care courses, this class will explore the professionalization of chaplaincy in contemporary society. Students will examine spiritual and religious care practices that can facilitate persons in their spiritual growth and healing. The theory and practice of the professional chaplain as a non-congregational minister in contemporary society will be examined. Learners will further develop the ability of spiritual assessment and care planning, theological reflection and ethical discourse in the application of spiritual/religious interventions.

Course dates: September 9-December 8, 2020
Course delivery: Live-stream

DATES: Sep 9-Dec 8, 2020

LOCATION: Live-stream

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