New article on MESH Model

From Dr. Karen Erlichman, LCSW, published in Presence: An International Journal of Spiritual Companionship, on a new model of spiritual care supervision:

The model outlined is a simple acronym that highlights the essential qualities of a dynamic, multidisciplinary approach to supervision with clearly articulated ethics, a strong social justice perspective, and rel- evant psychospiritual and somatic concepts and tools, particularly for trauma-sensitive mentorship. The acronym MESH provides a concise, trustworthy framework for supervisors, spiritual companions, and their ongoing formation and training:

M: Mentoring, Multicultural, Multifaith
E: Empowering, Ethical, Empathic, Expressive Arts
S: Somatic, Social Justice
H: Healing, Holy

Read the full article here.