From our colleagues at the Marsh Center for Chaplaincy Studies:
“Caring for Others, But Not at the Expense of Oneself”
October 13, 2022, 2:00 – 4:00 pm (US Central Time)
This free webinar’s focus will explore what can happen to the individual who provides care to others and the potential trauma one may incur from assisting. The challenge is for chaplains to develop and maintain spiritual, emotional, and mental health while caring for others. This webinar will explore issues and methodologies that will help us care for others but not at the expense of ourselves. (Two-hour CEU credits will be available for those registering and requesting.)
The four-person panel each brings a unique perspective and interest to this topic:
- Steve West, Ch, Col (Ret). Author of “The Bronze Scar, Understanding How PTSD Feels to Help victims and Those Who Support Them”
- Terry Lee, RN, BSN, Founder and Executive Director fo Overflow, Pouring Hope Into Life
- Ron Harvell, Ch, BG (Ret.), Director of The Dewey Center for Chaplaincy.
- Scott Floyd, Senior Fellow, Professor of Psychology and Counseling, Director, Master of Arts in Counseling, B. H. Carroll Theological Institute. Author of Crisis Counseling: A Guide for Pastors and Professionals (Kregel)
You may register here.