Chaplaincy Models and Methods | Hartford Seminary

Chaplaincy Models and Methods (AM-602)

This course is designed for people of any faith background and provides orientation to and/or reflection on the role of the chaplain and methods suitable to the contexts in which chaplains characteristically serve including: schools, colleges, and universities; prisons; acute care hospitals, hospices, and psychiatric facilities; and fire and police departments, the military, and mass casualty situations. The seminar week includes lectures, small-group discussion, training, role playing, and opportunities to hear directly from experts in various forms of chaplaincy from different religious traditions. A site visit may be arranged.

If you are not enrolled in a degree program but wish to register for this course, use the Online Registration for Special Students and Auditors.

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January 2020

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