The College of Pastoral Supervision & Psychotherapy is a theologically based covenant community, dedicated to "recovery of the soul" and promoting competency in the clinical pastoral field.
ROOM 30. 10 A.M.-12; 1 P.M.-3 P.M. “Existential Psychotherapy and Supervision.” George Gibbs, CPSP Diplomate, psychotherapist at The Ohio State University Harding Hospital. A day long workshop on the basic concepts of existential philosophy and their application in psychotherapy and supervision.
ROOM 30. 3 P.M.-5 P.M. “Health, Spirituality and Religion: Perspectives of a Physician-Turned-Priest.” Ronald David, M.D., M.Div. Dr. David is a pediatrician who has become an Episcopal priest and chaplain in pursuit of his long interest in the science and theology of health.
ROOM 31. 10 A.M.-12. “Gentle Hearts and Hands: Healing Touch.” Jane Reed, M.A., R.N. Jane is a surgical nurse who became interested in energy work in its variety of forms. She will explain and demonstrate the polarity system, the chakra system, reflexology and vibration energy.
ROOM 31. 1 P.M.-3 P.M. “History and Theory of Shamanic Practice.” Deb Ling, M.A., M.Div. Deb is the shamanic trainer who will be a presenter at the plenary. She is the Director of the Center for Shamanic Practice and Spiritual Direction in Columbus. Attention will be given to a differentiation between spiritual direction and shamanic practice.
ROOM 31. 3 P.M.-5 P.M. “Improving Quality of Chaplaincy Services.” Henry Heffernan, CPSP Member, Chaplain. Henry is a scholar who has served CPSP in a consultative and teaching role for several years.
ROOM 32. 10 A.M.-12. “The Shamanic Drum.” Deb will discuss the historic nature of the drum in shamanic (and other) traditions. Persons making their own drums will need to pre-pay a drum-making kit of $115.
ROOM 32. 1 P.M.-3 P.M. “Advanced Body Talk Demonstration.” Mary Shields, Ph.D., Advanced Body Talk Practitioner.” Mary is a Reiki Master and Certified
Advanced Body Talk Instructor who practices in Columbus. She will feature a demonstration of powerful balance and Reiki methodology.
ROOM 32. 3 P.M.-5 P.M. “Psychergonomics: Holistic Wellness in the Workplace.” Robert Menz, CPSP Diplomatge. Bob is an Employee Counselor and EAP Director at Emerson Climate Technologies. He will present a holistic model of mind-body-spirit, understanding how psychosocial factors impact the health and well-being (or injury and sickness) of employees.
Except for the drum-making fee for Deb Ling, there is no charge for these workshops.
It will help Plenary planners if you can register for a workshop. Contact Jim Gebhart at email@example.com.
Detail information, including 2010 CPSP Plenary Brochure, can be found by clicking here.
Posted by Perry Miller, Editor at February 21, 2010 11:14 AM