Understanding Addiction and Supporting Recovery Strategies and Tools for Clergy and Other Congregational Leaders Webinar Series
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Offered by the Clergy Education and Training Project® of the National Association for Children of Alcoholics and the American Association of Pastoral Counselors
"Ministry with Persons with Mental Illness or Substance Use Disorders and Their Families"
Presenter: Rev. Robert H. Albers, Ph.D., has worked both in academia and parish ministry for four decades specializing in the area of addiction. He has a Ph.D. in pastoral theology from the Southern California School of Theology with an emphasis in the area of addiction and did all of his clinical work in treatment centers. For seven years, Dr. Albers served as the editor of the Journal of Ministry in Addiction and Recovery published by Haworth Press. He has contributed chapters to various books on addiction, and has conducted seminars and workshops in a wide variety of contexts in the U.S. and abroad. Most recently, he co-authored Ministry With Mentally Ill Persons and With Their Families. (Fortress Press, January, 2012).
"Caring Congregations, Community Collaboration"
Presenter: Rev. Craig Rennebohm, D.Min., is Chaplain with the Mental Health Chaplaincy in Seattle. His pioneering work with the homeless mentally ill community is known around the U.S. and overseas. He has taught and given presentations in many local, national, and international settings, and he served for ten years with an international, interfaith working group on Spirituality and Social Work active during and after hostilities in Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina. He currently consults for Pathways to Promise, a national interfaith mental health resource. He also serves on the national advisory board of NAMI Faithnet and the Board of Directors of the United Church of Christ Disabilities Ministries.
Title: Understanding Addiction and Supporting Recovery
Date: Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
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