Course Information

for Chaplaincy Department

 

Crisis, Addiction, Trauma (CP3275)

Credits:3

Study of professional approaches to crisis intervention, including approved practices in immediate intervention, appropriate referrals, follow-up, and dealing with relevant community agencies at various levels of intervention; and to addiction and anti-social behavior resulting from physical or emotional trauma, along with applicable philosophical and religious thought, such as theory and practice of forgiveness, mussar and self-improvement, the nature of supportive communities.

CPE Seminar (CP3280)

Credits:3

Extended form (scheduled over two semesters). Repeatable up to 8 semesters with permission of instructor.

Clinical Seminar (CP3285)

Credits:2

A summer intensive version of CP 3280, with clinical training. Offered periodically.

Creative Ritual (CP3311)

Credits:3

Study of the spectrum of life’s passages and milestones, including childbirth, puberty, conversion, marriage, singlehood, mid-life, divorce, aging, and death; illuminated using halachic material, study of traditional customs, personal narratives, and insights derived from contemporary practice.

Mourning to Dancing (CP3312)

Credits:3

Traditional Jewish rituals of death and mourning understood through halachic material, personal narratives, and contemporary practice.

Individual Studies in Chaplaincy (CP4000)

Credits:3

Individualized study in Chaplaincy.