|Location||Toronto (St George Campus)|
This three-hour pass/fail course introduces students to the basics of what it means to have healthy self-awareness and is designed to lay the foundation for effective and ethical pastoral care practices. The primary focus is to encourage students to recognize and enjoy their gifts and strengths without ignoring the limits of those good things. It is also about seeing and accepting ownership of the sometimes laudable, sometimes questionable motivations and needs that shape our perceptions and guide our behavior. The overarching goal of this course is for each student to gain accurate self-understanding and an appreciation of the ways in which he or she is predisposed to bring him or herself as a person to interactions that require sensitivity and skill.
|Pre-Requisites||Completion of eight courses.|
|Hours Per Week||3|
|Program Requirement||This course in conjunction with TXP2512Y meet the pastoral care training requirements for postulants in the Diocese of Toronto. This course does NOT meet the CRPO requirements.|
Students who have taken WYP1501H should not enrol in this course.
This course was previously taught with the course code WYP1501H
|Means of Evaluation||
|Previously Offered||Fall 2021|
|Currently Offered||Fall 2022|