Professional Development Series

Live Webinar: Unpacking the Complex Psycho-spiritual tasks Prevalent in the Initial Phase of Dying

We are continuing with Hospice Chaplaincy’s new Professional Development Series. This week, we are offering a new live Webinar on Unpacking the Complex Psycho-spiritual tasks Prevalent in the Initial Phase of Dying.

The initial phase of dying awakens unresolved key problems from both the near and distant past. Problems of dependency, passivity, narcissism, identity, and more may be activated during the dying process. Hence both the patient and family are faced not only with the immediate dying process but also with unresolved feelings and the conflicts those feelings evoke.

A better understanding of the process of moving toward death allows the hospice chaplain to address the unique needs of their patients and guide them and their loved ones through the process.

You can join us for this Live training via Zoom on Friday May 1st  at 11:00AM Central Standard Time. The training will be offered by Dr. Saul Ebema, an expert on Spiritual care as a Meaning Making construct in the Final Stages of life. You can read more of his work on this website.

There is a fee of $25 and you can register for the course here: https://hospicechaplaincy.talentlms.com/catalog/info/id:138

For anymore information you can email: info@hospicechaplaincy.com

Hospice Chaplaincy is committed to promoting excellence in spiritual care at the end of life. Our mission is to advance research initiatives that promote a better understanding of the psychosocial and psycho-spiritual aspects of end of life care. We are dedicated to providing patient advocacy, support and education services to individuals, clergy and medical professionals resulting in improvements in providing quality spiritual care at the end of life.

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