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Music As a Catalyst for Pastoral Care

  • 09/16/2015
  • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Online

Through all civilizations, cultures and religions, music has sparked spiritual care. Examples span from joy to grief; ritual to relationship; memories to new meanings; and intimate, spontaneous moments to sensitively planned community ceremonies. The music is simply a catalyst. The heart of the art is about pastorally caring for the person and community. Participants will explore universal uses of music, with crucial "dialectic" CORE Principles and HEALing Techniques to apply within one's professional settings and role. This webinar draws from extensive research and clinical practice in pastoral care, contemporary loss/grief theory, music therapy, history and self-reflection tools.

Learning Objectives
  1. Describe an overview of music as a catalyst for spiritual care, across all civilizations and religions.
  2. Discuss music as a catalyst for pastoral care functions: sustaining, confronting, healing, reconciling, guiding and informing.
  3. Identify and describe practical applications and scope of practice for using music within one's professional pastoral role.
Content Level: Advanced - Research-based

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