Please join event organizers to learn key strategies for the prevention and healing of moral injury. Earn a Certificate of Completion in Trauma Informed Spiritual Care (optional).
[Please note: this opportunity is offered by a colleague of the Chaplaincy Innovation Lab. It is not a Lab-hosted event.]
As society grapples with the consequences of the global pandemic, the ravages of war, community-based violence, and broken systems of care, the effects of complex ethical dilemmas and the impact of these challenges on the health and wellness of employees, individuals, and our communities is of growing concern.
The concept of moral injury has been increasingly recognized in recent years, leading to a growing body of research, clinical interventions, and public awareness. This recognition has spurred conversations about the importance of fostering ethical decision-making, providing support for those who have experienced moral injury, and preventing situations that can lead to such distress.
The World Congress on Moral Injury, Spirituality, and Healing is bringing together thought leaders from across the globe in a dynamic on-line format to share research and insights on institutional and systemic drivers of moral distress, and moral injury, and highlights evidence-informed strategies for prevention, and healing those who are suffering from this tragic human condition.
The prorgam includes several interactive round table discussion sessions with leading researchers. and speakers.
Who Should Attend
- Chaplains, Faith Leaders, and Members of the Clergy
- Spiritual Directors, and Lay Faith Leaders
- Mental Health Professionals
- Primary Care Providers
- Healthcare Leaders
- Public Safety and Military Leaders
- Wellness Professionals
- Employee Wellness Executives
- Researchers and Policy Makers
Certificate of Completion:
Those who attend the entire program will receive a Certificate of Completion in Trauma-Informed Spiritual Care, and 24 hours of professional education contact hours.
Virtual program no-certificate: $150