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Cultural Humility: Re-Examining Cultural Competence in Spiritual Care

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Audio Conference Series

Clergy Audio Conference

Cultural Humility: Re-Examining Cultural Competence in Spiritual Care.

May 18, 2007, 10-30 – 12:00

Registration information below and here: cultural humility presentation

May 18, 2007, 10-30 – 12:00 Learning Objectives:At the conclusion of this audio conference, participants will be able to:-Describe the concept of Cultural Humility and its relationship to cultural competence and in providing spiritual care.-Begin the development of strategies and intervention practices/approaches that clergy can use in providing pastoral/spiritual care to persons of other cultures.-Discuss case studies in which clergy have experienced Cultural Humility which increased their cultural competence in ministering in cross-cultural contexts.-Discover new opportunities for Clergy to reflect on their experiences in providing spiritual care in cross-cultural situations. Speakers: Rev. Grant Butler received his Master of Divinity degree from the
School of
Theology,
Anderson
University,
Anderson, Indiana.
He has been a chaplain with VITAS Innovative Hospice since 2005. He is Clinical Member of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education having completed CPE at
Christ
Hospital, Oak Lawn, IL,
St. Vincent
Hospital, Indianapolis, IN, and a residency at
Rush
University
Medical
Center,
Chicago. In addition to healthcare chaplaincy, he has served congregations in Michigan and
California.

Rev. Dr. Leonard Thompson, Sr. is a Nursing Home Team Chaplain with Vitas Innovative Hospice Care. He has pastored churches in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Hartford, Connecticut and Cincinnati, Ohio and has served as a denominational executive in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Chicago, Illinois with the American Baptist Churches USA. He has coordinated, facilitated and managed the service of volunteers in hospitals, nursing facilities and prisons as well as served as an urban missionary and Christian educator. Leonard has earned his Doctor of Ministry from Lancaster Theological Seminary and other degrees from various programs, including Philadelphia College of Bible, Reformed Episcopal Theological Seminary, Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Lutheran Theological Seminary at
Philadelphia.
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