The attached resource provides an overview of the process individuals go through when they experience trauma.
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Check out the Chaplaincy and Care 2020 ministry report presented to the Canadian Ministries Team, along with the 2020 Report to Synod.
Listen in as Alida van Dijk, PhD, RP and Major Joseph Kamphuis explore the definition of trauma, its connection to faith, and different methods of facilitating post-traumatic growth.
We take on our role of endorsement as a scared responsibility in which we covenant with you and your calling church to provide accountability, empowerment, and support for you as a chaplain.
A Covenant of Joint Supervision is developed by the chaplain and their calling church, and is required for chaplaincy endorsement. Chaplains may use the attached template as a starting point as they create their own Covenant of Joint Supervision.
Chaplaincy training support is available for chaplains-to-be who have a need for additional funds in order to complete Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) or other specialized training. Those who have a need should fill out this application in addition to applying for chaplain endorsement.