US-NYSCRT – TRAINING MANUAL

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1

  • WHAT IS A CHAPLAIN?
  • A BRIEF HISTORY OF CHAPLAINCY
  • ABOUT CLINICAL PASTORAL EDUCATION (CPE)

CHAPTER 2

  • SERVICES OFFERED BY A CHAPLAIN
  • THE ROLE & DUTIES OF A CHAPLAIN
  • SPIRITUAL ASSESSMENT & CHAPLAINCY EVALUATION
  • TIPS FOR ASSISTING THE HOMELESS

CHAPTER 3

  • MINISTRY IN AN INTERFAITH ENVIRONMENT
  • DISASTER SPIRITUAL CARE
  • THE 7 STEPS OF CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS DEBRIEFING
  • BE PREPARED IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY

CHAPTER 4

  • THE CHAPLAIN IN NUMEROUS SETTINGS
  • THE CHAPLAIN AND SELF-CARE

CHAPTER 5

  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE
  • HELPING ABUSED WOMEN UNDERSTAND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE

CHAPTER 6

  • DRUG USE, ABUSE AND ADDICTION
  • ALCOHOL USE, ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM

CHAPTER 7

  • GRIEVING AND BEREAVEMENT
  • MENTAL ILLNESS
  • DEATH NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES

CHAPTER 8

  • ELDER ABUSE AND NEGLECT
  • CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT
  • BULLYING AND CYBER-BULLYING
  • INTERACTING WITH AN INDIVIDUAL WITH AUTISM

CHAPTER 9

  • ANGER MANAGEMENT
  • SUICIDE PREVENTION
  • CONFLICT RESOLUTION SKILLS
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Chapter 1
CHAPTER 1 WHAT IS A CHAPLAIN? A BRIEF HISTORY OF CHAPLAINCY ABOUT CLINICAL PASTORAL EDUCATION (CPE) WHAT IS A CHAPLAIN? 1. The term Chaplain refers to a clergyperson or layperson who has been commissioned by a faith group or an organization to provide pastoral/spiritual care services in an institution, organization, or government entity. Chaplaincy refers to the general activity performed by a chaplain, which may include crisis ministry, counseling, sacraments, worship, education, help in ethical decision-making, staff support, clergy contact, and community or church coordination. 2. It is important to remember that a member of the clergy not necessarily a chaplain makes Clergy or not, the chaplain has undergone specialized training in providing standardized spiritual care services. Furthermore, a major difference between a religious leader and a chaplain is that religious leaders are typically associated with a specific house of worship, while chaplains are generally associated with a specific employer, institution, or agency.

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  • Quiz – Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Final Exam

US-NYSCRT

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