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Bezoek het webinar: International Perspectives on Humanist Chaplaincy


14 mei 2021


Overal in de wereld hebben geestelijk verzorgers te maken met patiënten en cliënten die geen bepaalde religie aanhangen, (post)seculier zijn. In Nederland heeft men al decennialang ervaring met humanistisch geestelijk verzorgers die juist hiervoor speciaal opgeleid en aangesteld zijn. Wat kunnen we hiervan leren? Het Mount Sinai & Chaplaincy Innovation Lab (New York) organiseert in samenwerking met de Universiteit voor Humanistiek op maandag 17 mei een webinar over humanistisch geestelijke verzorging in internationaal perspectief. 

Summary

Chaplains from all over the world encounter patients and clients whose worldviews can be characterized as multireligious and (post)secular. Humanist chaplains, who have been established in the Netherlands for many decades, offer care to different groups of clients. How do they offer chaplaincy care grounded in their own worldviews? What are the possibilities and boundaries of humanist chaplaincy in a changing society? How does the context of humanist chaplaincy corelate with the philosophy behind humanist chaplaincy? In this webinar we want to discuss humanist chaplaincy from an international perspective, starting with a discussion between the US and the Netherlands.


This webinar is organised by Mount Sinai & Chaplaincy Innovation Lab (New York) in collaboration with University of Humanistic Studies.

More information & registration

https://chaplaincyinnovation.org/event/international-perspectives-on-humanist-chaplaincy

Moderators

Rev. David Fleenor, assistant professor of medical education and director of education, Center for Spirituality and Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Dr. Joanna Wojtkowiak, assistant professor, University of Humanistic Studies.

Speakers

  • Dr. Carmen Schumann is assistant professor at the department of humanist chaplaincy studies at the University of Humanistic Studies in the Netherlands and specializes in (post)secular chaplaincy from philosophical and empirical perspectives.
  • Joel Nightingale Berning  is a chaplain at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Irving Medical Center. He is a Board Certified Chaplain in the Association of Professional Chaplains and serves on its Board of Directors and its Commission on Certification. He majored in Religious Studies at Pomona College, earned his Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary, and is endorsed by the Religious Naturalist Association.
  • Hope Fried identifies as a Humanist Reform Jew and serves as a chaplain at the Hospital for Special Surgery. She holds a BA in Art History and Religion from Smith College and earned her M.Div. from Union Theological Seminary with a thesis on the history and psychology of ghost experiences in the process of grief and mourning. She is currently working towards her board certification with the Association of Professional Chaplains.

Overal in de wereld hebben geestelijk verzorgers te maken met patiënten en cliënten die geen bepaalde religie aanhangen, (post)seculier zijn. In Nederland heeft men al decennialang ervaring met humanistisch geestelijk verzorgers die juist hiervoor speciaal opgeleid en aangesteld zijn. Wat kunnen we hiervan leren? Het Mount Sinai & Chaplaincy Innovation Lab (New York) organiseert in samenwerking met de Universiteit voor Humanistiek op maandag 17 mei een webinar over humanistisch geestelijke verzorging in internationaal perspectief.

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