Brite Divinity School will offer Boundary Training: Healthy Relationships in Ministry on September 17 from 9:00 to 4:00. This training will cover such things as: discerning the importance of healthy boundaries for building community; identifying behavior in self and others that can potentially compromise healthy relationships; developing professional ethics that sustain ministry; examining the dynamics in communities where clergy misconduct has occurred; and creating strategies for maintaining healthy relationships with self, others, and God. This workshop is intended to meet boundary training criteria for ministerial standing.
A certificate will be given at the end of the workshop for six contact hours of continuing education in boundary training. (Please submit your certificate to email@example.com to add to your Rostered Minister file in our database.)
The workshop will be led by Rev. Dr. Joretta Marshall, Executive Vice President and Dean and Professor of Pastoral Theology and Care, and Rev. Dr. Timothy Robinson, Alberta H. and Harold L. Lunger Associate Professor of Spiritual Disciplines and Resources, at Brite.
Registration is $20 for the day and does not include lunch. For more information, call 817.257.7582 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.