Hospice Chaplaincy Certificate

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Course Reviews

I believe in refining my chaplaincy skills and the Hospice Chaplaincy program was what I needed. I have learned a lot and recommend it to all my friends who are pursuing chaplaincy work in the hospice context. Maria

Excellent platform and fantastic courses. I was able to take my time, studied at my own pace and completed the courses.  Perfect! Josh

Thank you I learned a lot, Robyn

Thank you so much. Wonderful classes. Immensely helpful. Diane

Thank you, Hospice Chaplaincy! You have renewed my passion for bedside ministry and my dream of becoming a hospice chaplain. Ann

I work as a hospice chaplain and been doing that for 2 years. I did this course for two reasons, for professional development but also because my hospice was paying for it. Dr. Ebema was fantastic, interesting, and helpful. I plan to take any other courses you will provide! Susan

I completely enjoyed the course thank you very much, Terri

Thank you so much. Hope to do more classes in the future. Heidi

The curriculum for this course builds an essential knowledge base for professionals who deliver spiritual care in a hospice context, in order to improve the quality of care delivered to patients and families and meet accreditation requirements for expertise in the area. The course is a fully online, text based program, delivered in a continuously available and easily accessible format that allows students greater flexibility in balancing work responsibilities with furthering their education.

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The program is comprised of the following individual modules developed by an expert in Hospice care chaplaincy. Each of the course modules provided includes multiple learning objectives, rich content on the week’s topic and learning activities that allow the learner to apply the new knowledge. 

 Learning Objectives:

The following are selected, representative learning objectives.

At the conclusion of the Hospice Chaplaincy Certificate program, students will be able to:

  • Articulate and integrate current evidence for the provision of spiritual care in a hospice setting.
  • Provide patient-centered, family-focused spiritual care that understands and respects diversity in all its dimensions.
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of ethical and legal issues in hospice care.
  • Incorporate awareness of, and respect for, professional boundaries when providing spiritual care.
  • Incorporate family systems theory in the practice of hospice care on a team, patient/family, and institutional level.
  • Articulate important spiritual, existential and emotional concepts for patients and families in palliative care, including faith, hope, forgiveness, meaninglessness and remorse.
  • Identify how psychology and social meaning overlap in spirituality research.

Course Outline:

  1. History and Philosophy of Hospice care.
  2. Death and Dying
  3. Understanding the dynamics of the living dying interval.
  4. Spiritual, Existential and Emotional Issues in Hospice care.
  5. Awareness of death, Family Systems and dynamics in Hospice care.
  6. Social and Cultural Influences on Hospice care.
  7. Dealing with grief.
  8. Self-care in Hospice chaplaincy.
  9. Counseling theories in Hospice care.
  10. Jewish perspectives on End of life

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13 comments on “Hospice Chaplaincy Certificate

  1. Rev. Dorothy Grant

    I work as a chaplain at a Hospice Hospital in Jamaica in the Caribbean. I am a volunteer as Chaplains are not paid in the Jamaica Health care system. I am requesting a scholarship to do to do this certificate. Our patients and families would benefit greatly from my training. Thanks.
    I am currently lobbying the government to put chaplaincy programs in the health care system. They are interested but they have no budget as yet for spiritual care.

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  2. Fr. George Gonzalez, Ph.D.

    I am very much interested in taking the courses online for Hosipice Chaplaincy Certification. I am a BCC, LMFT, LPC and Ph.D. in Psychology and Roman Catholic Priest. Kindly e-mail me at: fathergonzalez@gmail.com
    Please let me know what is the methodology of the course and tests. Also let me know what is you accreditation.
    Blessings,
    Fr. George Gonzalez

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  3. Jeremy E. Damec

    Hello There!
    I’m very interested in Chaplaincy work for the dying. My background is a Masters in Counseling Psychology from University of San Francisco, and a deep calling to work with and support families and their loved ones when they face dying and death. I

    s it possible for you to send more information regarding the Chaplaincy Certificate?

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Sincerely,
    Jeremy

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  4. Christine Dehlinger

    What are the prerequisites for this course? I have no medical, psychology or theology background, but find myself called to work as an end-of-doula. I have volunteered with a local, non-profit for more than a year, have been trained as an EOLD, and intend to have a private practice as EOLD. (I am on a powerful, nondenominational spiritual path.) Thank you.

    Christine

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  5. Saul Ebema

    It is important to have some psychology or Theology background, but I will email you soon.

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  6. Noloyiso

    I am a chaplain in an hospice in fish hoek,10 years this year,I studied theology for 4 years Cape Town Baptist Seminary,graduated 2007.I am an ordained assistant or associate pastor in Harare Baptist Church/khayelitsha Cape Town.I am interested in to do this course.

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  7. Tim Johnson

    I am also interested in your accreditation information. Thanks so much!
    Tim Johnson, Hospice Chaplain, California, USA

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  8. Codie A. Bonnin

    I just completed my BS degree in Interdisciplinary studies focus on English and Religion. My senior project was working with a hospice chaplain mentor while I practiced healing listening with an assisted living client. My goal is to continue my education and complete my certification as a hospice chaplain.

    Is your program accredited? Is the learning all online and then I would have to find somewhere to complete training hours? I appreciate your reply.

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  9. David Kenny

    Could I please get more information on your certification program. I have an interest in Hospice Ministry. I have a background in Theology. Masters. I look forward to hearing from you.

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  10. I have a BA in Chaplain Ministry, I want to get into hospice will this count towards that? Is your program accredited? Is the learning all online and then I would have to find somewhere to complete training hours? I appreciate your reply.

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