CSCPF is hosting a Virtual 1-day Clinical Seminar on
June 4th, 2022!
Open to all members and associates of CSCPF
Panel Discussion 0800 - 0945 PST
CSCPF members come together to share their collective wisdom and experience in these unique areas of bereavement:
(Q&A session to follow presentations)
Break 0945 - 1000 PST
Film 1000 PST
Alternate Endings: Six New Ways to Die in America, 2019
Running time: 1:07:48
As baby boomers approach death, many are rethinking the way end of life is recognized—and are deciding to take control of what will happen when they die. This film takes a fascinating look at how Americans are choosing to celebrate the end of their lives through the stories of six people nearing death, as well as family members of the recently deceased, who have chosen non-traditional burial options, from celebrations of life and living wakes to green burials, space burials and more.
Small Group Breakout Sessions 1130 - 1300 PST
Session devoted to small group clinical work, facilitated by a CPE Supervisor or SEF (Supervisor Education Fellow). Small groups to be held in Zoom breakout rooms. Please bring a Case Conference* or Consultation** to share in small group. Group formation will be randomly selected.
Presentation: The CSCPF Practitioner Community 1300 - 1400 PST
An overview of Practitioner Community life followed by Q&A session.
Event is FREE with the option of making a freewill offering to CSCPF to help offset incidental costs associated with this event.
*Case Conference: Case Conference is an experiential teaching tool intended to introduce students to the comprehensive psychological/social/spiritual clinical methodology a chaplain uses in his/her everyday work. It is composed of background information regarding patient, family, social/cultural, medical, history and beliefs. Also included is the transparent expression of who the chaplain is and what she/he brings to the moment of the pastoral encounter. It tries to reveal the psychodynamic exchange between client and chaplain. It includes a word-for-word (recollection) verbatim of a critical piece of the encounter. Followed by a self evaluation, reflection and questions for feedback. Usually 5-7 pages.
**Consultation: A consultation is generally introduced in the third unit of CPE and is the primary methodology professional chaplains use in seeking feedback and clinical support from professional colleagues. A consultation is a concise description of a situation, patient, problem, question, etc. upon which the chaplain wishes feedback, insight, support, critical assessment etc. Generally less than one page. It is the preferred professional method of interdisciplinary communication about needs/concerns of patients.
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