Community clergy and religious leaders are often unprepared to provide spiritual care to individuals with chronic disease and/or nearing the end of life because this training is largely missing from seminary education.
There are more than 350,000 spiritual leaders and community clergy in the U.S. The time is now to enlist their full participation in providing spiritual care.
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The unique magazine dedicated to advancing the integration of spiritual care in health care
Now is the time to establish a strong, clear voice for the inclusion of effective spiritual care as a standard of health care and for the profession of health care chaplaincy.
That’s why HealthCare Chaplaincy NetworkTM publishes Caring for the Human Spirit® magazine for all who recognize this importance and those who are discovering it.
Articles in “Caring for the Human Spirit®” both guide spiritual care providers and other health care professionals who support individuals and their families, and offer insight to consumers facing these issues. HCCN publishes Caring for the Human Spirit® magazine in the spring/summer and the fall/winter.
Regularly scheduled 90-minute long webinars from experts with learning objectives that can be applied immediately to one’s professional practice. During the live webinar participants can ask questions via chat.
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