Professional Spiritual and Pastoral Care: A Practical Clergy and Chaplain's Handbook

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The first comprehensive resource for spiritual and pastoral caregivers―a vital resource for clergy, seminarians, chaplains, pastoral counselors and caregivers of all faith traditions.

This essential resource integrates the classic foundations of pastoral care with the latest approaches to spiritual care. It is specifically intended for professionals who work or spend time with congregants in acute care hospitals, behavioral health facilities, rehabilitation centers and long-term care facilities.

Offering the latest theological perspectives and tools, along with basic theory and skills from the best pastoral and spiritual care texts, research and concepts, the contributors to this resource are experts in their fields, and include eight current or past presidents of the major chaplaincy organizations.

Contributors include:

Rev. Nancy K. Anderson · Rev. Dr. Willard W. C. Ashley, Sr. · Dr. Nancy Berlinger · Rev. W. L. (Bill) Bross · Rev. Robin C. Brown-Haithco · Rabbi Zahara Davidowitz-Farkas · Paula DeAngelo · Chaplain D. W. Donovan · Dr. George Fitchett · Rev. Bill Gaventa · Rabbi H. Rafael Goldstein · Chaplain Dr. Daniel Grossoehme · Sr. Norma Gutierrez · Rev. George Handzo · Rev. Curtis W. Hart · Rev. Brian Hughes · Rev. Dr. Martha R. Jacobs · Chaplain Gerald L. Jones · Rev. Robert A. Kidd · Rev. Yoke Lye Kwong · Rev. Michele J. Guest Lowery · Rev. Marcia Marino · Rev. Lynne M. Mikulak · Rev. Nancy Osborne · Rev. Jon Overvold · Rev. Brent Peery · Chaplain Linda F. Piotrowski · Rev. David B. Plummer · Rabbi Stephen B. Roberts · Rev. Dr. Glenn A. Robitaille · Chaplain Timothy G. Serban · Bishop Dr. Teresa E. Snorton · Rev. Dr. Dane R. Sommer · Rabbi Dr. Shira Stern · Rev. Jo Clare Wilson · Rev. Sue Wintz

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Rev. Nancy K. Anderson, ACPE Supervisor, is director of spiritual care at Bridgeport Hospital in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and is regional codirector of the Eastern Region of ACPE. She is an ordained United Methodist clergy.



Rev. Willard W. C. Ashley Sr., MDiv, DMin, DH, a frequent speaker on the topics of leadership development, clergy resiliency and interfaith dialogue, is acting dean and associate professor of practical theology at New Brunswick Theological Seminary. He was the interim pastor at Union Baptist Church in Montclair, New Jersey, and is the founding pastor of Abundant Joy Community Church in Jersey City, New Jersey. He also serves as a consultant on disaster recovery and clergy self-care to congregations and Fortune 100 companies. He is author of Learning to Lead: Lessons in Leadership for People of Faith and coeditor of Disaster Spiritual Care: Practical Clergy Responses to Community, Regional and National Tragedy (SkyLight Paths).



Dr. Nancy Berlinger, PhD, MDiv, is a research scholar at the Hastings Center, an independent, nonprofit bioethics research institute located in Garrison, New York. Her research and teaching focuses on health care ethics, related topics in public health ethics and in human rights, and ethics education for health care professionals, including chaplains. Dr. Berlinger is the project director for the forthcoming revision of the
Hastings Center guidelines on end-of-life care and has a special interest in ethical issues related to cancer as a chronic illness. She teaches health care ethics to graduate students at the Yale School of Nursing. She serves on the Bioethics Committee at Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York, and on the Board of Directors of the Westchester End-of-Life Coalition. Dr. Berlinger is the author of After Harm: Medical Error and
the Ethics of Forgiveness
and coauthor of "Ethical Dilemmas and Spiritual Care Near the End of Life," in Living with Grief: Spirituality and End-of-Life Care.



Rev. W. L. (Bill) Bross, MDiv, BCC, is the director of spiritual care and values integration at Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, Sugar Land, Texas. He has been the recipient of several grants awarded to study the effectiveness of bereavement interventions and has been involved in hospice, palliative care, and oncology chaplaincy for twenty-two years. He is currently involved in studying factors that inform hospital and organizational culture.



Rev. Robin C. Brown-Haithco, MDiv, ACPE Supervisor, is the director of staff support at the Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. This program is located in the Pastoral Care Department. Prior to assuming the position at Emory, Rev. Brown-Haithco was the director of chaplaincy and CPE at the Grady Health System. Her publications include "Standing on Holy Ground: The Vocation of Pastoral Supervision," in Journal of Supervision and Training in Ministry, and “Decisions at the End of Life: A CPE Supervisor's Personal Reflection,” in Journal of Pastoral Care and Counseling. She also presented a paper titled “Effective Pastoral Care in HIV / AIDS Contexts” at the McAfee School of Theology in 2007 and at the New Baptist Covenant Celebration in 2008. Rev. Brown-Haithco is ordained in the American Baptist Churches, USA.



Rabbi Zahara Davidowitz-Farkas, BCJC, was the founding executivedirector of Disaster Chaplaincy Services, New York. She responded onSeptember 12, 2001, to the 9/11 attacks in New York City. At the beginningof 2002 she was hired full-time to oversee the American RedCross's (ARC) Spiritual Care Long Term Recovery program in NewYork City. She is a longtime member of ARC’s Spiritual Care Response
Team and serves on the national oversight committee. She served as deanof the Rabbinic Seminary of Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute ofReligion in New York, as the director of the Jack D. Weiler Chaplaincy Program of the New York Board of Rabbis, and as coordinator of Jewish chaplaincy at the New York Hospital–Cornell Medical Center under the auspices of the HealthCare Chaplaincy.



Paula DeAngelo, MS, Senior OD Consultant, is an organizational development consultant for Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, Sugar Land, Texas. She received her master's degree in training and development and has worked supporting clients in the areas of training design and development, needs analysis, curriculum design, change management, strategic planning, communication strategy development and implementation, competency modeling, and team building interventions.



Chaplain D. W. Donovan, MA, MS, BCC, currently serves as the mission leader at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills, California. Board certified since 2001, Donovan has served in hospital chaplaincy since 1997. He served as chief resident of the Pastoral Care Department at the Medical College of Virginia and as the manager of pastoral care at Bon Secours Richmond Health System. Donovan served as committee secretary and general editor in the writing of the Common Standards for the Certification and Practice of Chaplaincy and served as the first lead interview team educator with the National Association of Catholic Chaplains (NACC). Highly involved with medical ethics, he is the author of "Defending the Donor's Decision: An Analysis of the Ethical Issues Related to First-Person Declarations of Organ Donation," published in Health Progress. He consults on a range of issues related to pastoral care, medical ethics, and liturgy.



Dr. George Fitchett, DMin, PhD, BCC, ACPE Supervisor, is an associate professor and the director of research in the Department of Religion, Health, and Human Values, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois. He has been a certified chaplain (Association of Professional Chaplains) and pastoral supervisor (Association for Clinical Pastoral Education) for more than thirty years. Since 1990 he has been involved in research examining the relationship between religion
and health in a variety of community and clinical populations. His research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and published in chaplaincy, medical, and psychological journals.



Rev. Bill Gaventa, MDiv, serves as director of Community and Congregational Supports at the Elizabeth M. Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities and as associate professor at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), New Brunswick, New Jersey. In his role at the Boggs Center, Rev. Gaventa works on community supports, training for community services staff, spiritual supports, training of seminarians and clergy, aging and end-of-life / grief issues, and cultural competence. He has edited four books, written a number of book chapters and articles, and served as the editor of the Journal of Religion, Disability and Health for fourteen years.



Rabbi H. Rafael Goldstein, BCJC, is the director of pastoral care at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. He did his chaplaincy residency at Sharp Memorial Hospital in San Diego, where he served as the Jewish community chaplain for seven years. He is the founder of
Dynamics of Hope Consulting (www.dynamicsofhope.com), which provides workshops for health care workers and people living with illness on issues of hope, forgiveness, joy, and life. He is the author of four books, including Being a Blessing: 54 Ways You Can Help People Living with AIDS and The Dynamics of Hope Prayerbook, for people living with illness, their loved ones, and caregivers, as well as numerous articles, which can be found on the website.



Chaplain Dr. Daniel Grossoehme, DMin, BCC, is an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and staff chaplain III in the Department of Pastoral Care at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, serving the Cystic Fibrosis Center. He is a board certified chaplain (Association of Professional Chaplains). His research, funded by a National Institutes of Health Career Development Award (K23 HD062642), focuses on the role of religion in adherence to home treatment routines by parents of children with cystic fibrosis. He is the author of several works on adolescent mental health and religion, prayer and meaning, and pediatric pastoral care.



Sr. Norma Gutierrez, BA, BCC, is a member of the Missionary Catechists of Divine Providence of San Antonio, Texas, and currently serves on the Leadership Team. She is board certified with the National Association of Catholic Chaplains and also has served on the Board of Directors, on the Conference Planning Committee, and as a certification interviewer. She is a first-generation Hispanic and ministers primarily in hospitals with high concentrations of Hispanics. She is at this time a staff chaplain at Sharp Medical Center, Chula Vista, California.



Rev. George Handzo, MDiv, BCC, CSSBB, is the vice president of Chaplaincy Care Leadership and Practice at HealthCare Chaplaincy. Rev. Handzo directs the only consulting service devoted to the strategic assessment, planning, and management of chaplaincy services. HealthCare Chaplaincy employs best practices in strategic planning and clinical practice to maximize the effectiveness of an organization's pastoral care and to align it with the institution’s overall objectives. Prior to his current position, Rev. Handzo was the director of Chaplaincy Services at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center for more than twenty years and is a past president of the Association of Professional Chaplains. He serves on the Distress Guidelines Panel of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. Rev. Handzo has authored or coauthored more than fifty chapters and articles on the practice of pastoral care.



Rev. Curtis W. Hart, MDiv, BCC, CPSP Diplomate Supervisor, is an Episcopal priest and lecturer in public health, medicine, and psychiatry, Division of Medical Ethics at Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell, New York, and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Religion and Health. At Weill Cornell Medical College, he teaches medical students in the "Medicine, Patients, and Society" curriculum and is a member of the Institutional Review Board, Committee on Human Rights in Research. At Weill Cornell he is an active participant in the Richardson History of Psychiatry Research Seminar and its Working Group on Psychoanalysis and the Arts. He is a lecturer in the Program in Psychiatry and Religion at Union Theological Seminary and a contributor to the Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion. His other professional associations include being a Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine and a Fellow of the Society for Values in Higher Education.



Rev. Brian Hughes, MDiv, BCC, is a chaplain certified through the Association of Professional Chaplains, where he serves as Education Committee chair. He attended Princeton Theological Seminary and completed nine units of clinical pastoral education in New York City; Temple, Texas; and Phoenix, Arizona. He has served as a hospital staff chaplain in Phoenix, Arizona; Irving, Texas; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He recently authored Handbook of Evidence-Based Best Practice for Spiritual Care Provision for those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) for the U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED).



Rev. Dr. Martha R. Jacobs, MDiv, DMin, BCC, is the author of A Clergy Guide to End-of-Life Issues. She provides workshops throughout the country for clergy and congregations on end-of-life issues. Martha is an adjunct professor at New York Theological Seminary, where she is the coordinator for the Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care and a per diem chaplain at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia Campus. She is the founding managing editor of PlainViews.



Chaplain Gerald L. Jones, MA, BCC, ACPE Supervisor, is the director of chaplain services at Sutter Roseville Medical Center, Roseville, California. He is a CPE supervisor with the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) and a board certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC). He has trained multiple CPE groups throughout northern California on the "Art of the Written Prayer" and has published an article of the same title in Chaplaincy Today. He currently serves as the northern California State chair with the APC.



Rev. Robert A. Kidd, MDiv, BCC, is the director of spiritual care and education at The Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. He is endorsed by the Alliance of Baptists and is a past president of the Association of Professional Chaplains.



Rev. Yoke Lye Kwong, BCC, ACPE Supervisor, is the director of spiritual services, Howard Regional Health System, Kokomo, Indiana. She is an Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) supervisor and an Association of Professional Chaplains (APC) certified chaplain. She is the author of "Silent Cry: In Search of Harmony on Gold Mountain―The Yin-Yang Way of Pastoral Care," in Women Out of Order―Risking Change and Creating Care in a Multicultural World, and “The Integrity of Tao,” in Journal of American Association of Pastoral Counselors.



Rev. Michele J. Guest Lowery, MDiv, BCC, is coordinator of the Center for Spiritual Care at Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital, Hoffman Estates, Illinois. She is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ and a board certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains, with almost twenty years of experience in behavioral health chaplaincy. Other publications by Rev. Lowery include "Just Another Manic Monday" (2008), “God in the Odd”
(2008, 33–34), and “Practicing the Presence of Pavement” (2008).



Rev. Marcia Marino, DMin, BCC, currently serves as the transition minister of the First Unitarian Church of Saint Louis, Missouri. She previously served as the regional director of pastoral care for Aurora Health Care in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is a board certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains. She is the Finance Committee chair and the interim treasurer for the Association of Professional Chaplains. She holds dual standing with the Unitarian Universalist
Association and the United Church of Christ. She wrote "Living with a Big Heart," in The Spirit: An Ecumenical Spirituality Newsletter.



Rev. Lynne M. Mikulak, MDiv, MSW, BCC, ACPE Supervisor, is coordinator of pastoral care and education at the Payne Whitney Westchester Psychiatry Division of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.
She is a certified supervisor with the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education and an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. She has run spirituality groups for the past fifteen years in a variety of parish, community, and clinical settings, with a focus on spiritual, theological, and cultural awareness and development.



Rev. Nancy Osborne, MDiv, ACPE Supervisor, is the director of chaplaincy and clinical pastoral education at the Good Samaritan Society, University Speci...

Review:

...articles offer consistently high-quality information and refer to a rich array of resources to support their content. The topics covered make this a prized resource for the CPE student and the 25 year anniversary chaplain.

David A. Lichter, D.Min.
Executive Director
National Association of Catholic Chaplains

Each chapter is written by practicing and credible providers of pastoral care and represent a diverse cross-section of persons and settings for ministry. Each chapter is capable of standing alone. Excellent resource for providers of pastoral care as well as a teaching resource for professionals that teach pastoral care.

Sally A. Schwab
ACPE Pres.


A "must have" volume for all of those who are professional spiritual or pastoral care providers, whether student, supervisor, or local practitioners. There is something for everyone whether one is in a solo position or a member of a larger staff.

Rev. Dr. David Johnson BCC, ACPE Supervisor
President: Association of Professional Chaplains

Students and teachers of chaplaincy have been asking for a guidebook that points the way at the critical beginning of the path. Stephen Roberts has not only provided that book, but done so with so much insight. An invaluable resource for the most seasoned professional as well as beginning student.

Rabbi Julie Schonfeld
EVP: The Rabbinical Assembly

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