How do we assess the needs of those seeking spiritual care and counselling? How do we respond appropriately and develop plans for care that attend to the psycho-spiritual dimensions of life? This course equips students for the practice of spiritual assessment and developing plans for care. Students will learn the history and primary theories in the field of spiritual care assessment and will engage in experiential learning opportunities to develop their skills in creating a care plan. This course is well suited to people interested In developing their spiritual care practice in institutional contexts (hospital, hospice, prison, etc.) and for those interested in building their skills for spiritual care in congregational or social ministry contexts.
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