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The National Association of Catholic Chaplains:
2015 National Conference

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Event : NACC106


Session : NACC1501
Plenary: Celebrating Our Ecclesial Community of Chaplains: A Light Brightly Visible on the Countenance of the U.S. Church
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  • Fr. Joseph J. Driscoll MDiv, MS
  • Fr. Joseph Driscoll, M. Div., M.S. is the vice president of the Center for Ministry Leadership for the Bon Secours Health System, Inc., headquartered in Marriottsville, Maryland. The founding director of the Center, he designed a four-level ministry formation program for executive and senior leaders in Catholic health care in collaboration with leaders from several other Catholic health systems. Additionally, Fr. Driscoll is a Sponsor member on the board of Holy Redeemer Ministries in Meadowbrook, Pennsylvania. Fr. Driscoll served as president and chief executive officer of the National Association of Catholic Chaplains for 11 years where he was nationally recognized for his speaking and writing on chaplaincy, spirituality and healing. During his tenure, he consistently advocated for professional lay chaplains in meetings with the leadership of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and various offices at the Vatican. He was also instrumental in promoting the professionalization of chaplaincy in collaboration with other chaplaincy cognate organizations. He served on the faculty for the Harvard Medical School program, Spirituality and Healing in Medicine from 1995-2009. He was on the first Editorial Board of the Journal for Palliative Medicine and has lectured at Georgetown University Medical School, the George Washington University Institute for Spirituality and Health, and at programs sponsored by the American Association of Medical Schools. A graduate of St. John’s Seminary in Boston (B.A. and M. Div.), he was ordained for the Archdiocese of Boston in 1979. He received an M.S. in Spirituality from Neumann College in 2003 and is a trained Spiritual Director. Currently, Fr. Driscoll is completing work for his Doctor of Ministry degree at Barry University in North Miami Shores, Florida.


Session : NACC1502
Plenary: Paging God: Religion in the Halls of Medicine
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  • Wendy Cadge, Ph.D
  • Dr. Cadge is an Associate Professor in the Sociology Department at Brandeis University. She received her B.A. from Swarthmore College with majors in religion, sociology and anthropology, and her M.A. and Ph.D. in sociology from Princeton University. She teaches and writes about religion in the contemporary United States especially as related to healthcare, immigration, and sexuality. She is the author of Heartwood: The First Generation of Theravada Buddhism in America and many articles, including recent topics on intercessory prayer, physicians’ experiences of religion and spirituality, hospital chaplains, and the prayers people write in hospital prayer books. She also regularly works with the media, contributing op-ed pieces to major newspapers and appearing on television to comment on her areas of study. Her most recent book, Paging God: Religion in the Halls of Medicine, was released by the University of Chicago Press in January 2013. She is currently working on a series of new projects about religion and spirituality in secular settings, including port and maritime contexts, airports, and the U.S. Senate.


Session : NACC1503
SA1: Pastoral Care in a High Tech/Low Touch World
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  • Paul Anderson, MDiv Director Celebrations of Life by Forté Events Colorado Springs, CO
  • The past 50 years have brought amazing technological advances. This workshop will address how technology is used and has increasingly become the primary means by which people communicate. While it has put us more "in contact" with each other it has not always served to establish relationships that are mutually close, personal, and meaningful. It is these relationships that have the depth to support one another in times of great crises and personal loss. We will look at how to use technology to enhance our pastoral goals keeping our communication and or relationships "high tech/high touch."
  • As a result of this workshop, participants will: 1. Learn how to effectively use technology to provide support in crises and end of life settings for geographically separated family members; 2. Discover strengths and weaknesses of technology when used to bring spiritual care to those navigating the stages of grief; 3. Explore the value of technology that improvesthe quality of pastoral care and finding commonality in corporate and ministry goals.


Session : NACC1504
SA2: The Gift of the Magi - Chaplains on a Journey
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  • Deacon Jack Conrad, MAR, MBA, BCC, CMC Manager of Faith and Healing Le Bonheur Children's Hospital Germantown, TN
  • This interactive and reflective program will use the story of the Gospel of Matthew and the gifts of the Magi to the Christ Child, to help us consider of the gifts that Chaplains bring to the Christ we see in all our patients. Built off the theology of the "gifts" of the Magi, we will broaden our awareness of who we are as Chaplains and what we can do to further and deepen a sense of giftedness in others.
  • As a result of this workshop, participants will: 1. Deepen an understanding of the gifts that we bring to those that we serve; 2. Gain a greater appreciation for the Gifts that we have been given in our ministry and training as Chaplains and Caregivers; 3. Deepen a commitment to those newer to chaplaincyand ministry to provide them with knowledge of their own gifts.


Session : NACC1505
SA3: Walking Towards Hope: Exploring Nontraditional Grief Support
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  • Allison DeLaney, MA, BCC Chaplain and Bereavement Coordinator Hospice House and Support Care of Williamsburg Williamsburg, VA
  • The traditional “sit and talk for an hour” grief support group works for some, but not for others. This workshop features a case study of non-traditional walking/social bereavement group in Williamsburg, VA that has grown rapidly in its 5 year existence. This will be a spring board to evaluate and discuss different types of grief support and when they are most appropriate. Participants will be invited to share their own experiences and grief support resources toenhance the communal “toolbox”.
  • As a result of this workshop, participants will: 1. Be able to critique the advantages and disadvantages of various types of grief support groups; 2. Be familiar with models of bereavement progression; 3. Learn about new grief resources.


Session : NACC1508
SA6: One-Mile Sabbaticals: Walking with the Lord
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  • Luke J. Larson, MA, BCC Vice President, Mission Integration Catholic Health Initiatives Fargo, ND
  • Would you like to take a walk? This workshop isintended to inspire you to walk as a way of companioning Jesus, whether your walks lap around a mall, circle a neighborhood, or traverse a medieval pilgrimage route. More than anything else, this workshop invites you to step off the treadmill of self-effort in your quest to experience God more intimately and tosimply walk - effortlessly, unselfconsciously - in the company of Jesus. Participants can learn about Keeping Company Walks at www.lukejlarson.com and by looking at presenter’s video at: http://youtu.be/53Esz66bt8Q.
  • As a result of this workshop, participants will: 1. Gain an appreciation of the ancient spiritual practice of walking as a way of companioning Jesus and others, of both heaven and earth. 2. Reflect on their own experience of unselfconscious, prayerful walking. 3. Learn about a spiritual resource for those in their care.


Session : NACC1510
SA8: A Dummies Guide to Reading a Research Article: Reading a Research Article Can Be Fun
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  • Deacon Roger Vandervest, MAPS, BCC Staff Chaplain Rush University Medical Center Oak Park, IL
  • Patricia E. Murphy, RSCJ, PhD, BCC Chaplain and Associate Professor Rush University Medical Center Oak Park, IL
  • Prior to the workshop participants will be expected to read a simple research article which will be provided. In the workshop we will review the main components of the article and provide background about the methods and statistics employed in the research article. We will critically review the research article's findings and discuss their implications for chaplaincy practice. A study guideline for reading a research article will also be provided.
  • As a result of this workshop, participants will: 1. Learn how to identify the main components of a research article; 2. Learn how to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a research article; 3. Learn how to critically integrate research findings into chaplaincy practice


Session : NACC1511
SA9: The Team Well-Being Measure ©: Assessing and Intervening for Employee Emotional and Spiritual Wellness
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  • Nancy Cook, MDiv, MSW, BCC Regional Director of Spiritual Care & Volunteer Services CHRISTUS Health Beaumont, TX
  • The Team Well-Being Measure© (TWBM) creates a venue for teams to reflect, discern, and discuss their functioning effectiveness identifying barriers to continued growth and areas of strength and excellence. Participants in the TWBM more clearly identify their role in fostering and maintaining overall team wellness thus leading to greater effectiveness and improved patient satisfaction.
  • As a result of this workshop, participants will: 1. Learn how to facilitate employee engagement in individual and team self-assessment; 2. Discover how to investigate and assess unspokenissues within a team that prevent fuller success; 3. Understand strategies to help employees see their role in fostering and maintaining overall team wellness.


Session : NACC1512
SA10: CPE Supervisors - Timely Topics
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  • Dr. John L. Gillman, BCC-S ACPE Supervisor VITAS Innovative Hospice Care San Diego, CA
  • Dr. Mary T. O’Neill, BCC-S Vice-President for Spiritual Care and Pastoral Education Catholic Health Services Melville, NY
  • Sr. Barbara Brumleve, SSND, PhD, BCC-S CPE Supervisor St. Vincent Health/Department of Pastoral Care Indianapolis, IN
  • This workshop is designed as an open seminar for CPE Supervisors and those interested in CPE programs to explore key CPE topics, including learning from those who have initiated distance learning modes of supervision, and exploring ways to introduce the newly revised NACC standards to help prepare Roman Catholic students for NACC board certification.
  • As a result of this workshop, participants will: 1. Become acquainted with innovationsin distance learning models; 2. Share ways to integrate the revised NACC Standards for Certification into CPE programs; 3. Develop shared resources and best practices.


Session : NACC1513
SA11: Discovering Your Leadership Impact
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  • Bonnie McCulley, LPC, DMin Candidate, BCC Director of Spiritual Care Dignity Health – Arizona Market Phoenix, AZ
  • Being a leader is not about title, power of position, or how many followers you have. Whether you hold a leadership position, see yourself as a leader or not, you are having an impact. As professional chaplains, we have a responsibility to notice our impact, and then to adjust one's leadership style and influence as needed. What does it take to be an impactful leader? It comes down to three critical areas: values, mindset, and empowerment.
  • As a result of this workshop, participants will: 1. Identify and embrace their preferred leadership style so they are playing to their strengths; 2. Adopt a leadership mindset that positively affectsbehaviors and outcomes, and therefore, one’s impact; 3. Combine style with preference in order to empower and achieve desired results.



     


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