This guide explores a number of serious pastoral issues, drawing on contemporary research to outline the impact which these issues can have on children aged 11-16 and offering practical strategies for providing support on a whole-school and ...
Author: Noel Purdy
Publisher: A&C Black
How can teachers deal with the growing pastoral needs of pupils aged 11-16 in schools? This critical guide explores the pastoral role which teachers play in schools, and argues that today's schools continue to offer children an invaluable source of support. This guide explores a number of serious pastoral issues, drawing on contemporary research to outline the impact which these issues can have on children aged 11-16 and offering practical strategies for providing support on a whole-school and individual classroom level. Consideration is also given to how schools can use the curriculum proactively to help pupils be more prepared to deal with serious pastoral issues. Topics dealt with include: - supporting children who are experiencing separation or divorce - helping to prevent and deal with bullying, including cyber-bullying - identifying and responding to possible child abuse - understanding the impact of domestic violence - supporting children through bereavement - responding to self-harm and suicide This is the essential guide for those training to teach in the secondary sector and for practicing teachers who have recently taken on pastoral responsibilities.
16 2 . Pastoral Care 9 . 57 . 11 3 . Pastoral Care 11 . 65 . 9 4 . Pastoral Care 11 .
69 . 11 5 . Pastoral Care 11 . 69 . 15 6 . Pastoral Care 11 . 69 . 19 7 . Pastoral Care 16 . 99 . 22 8 . Pastoral Care 18 . 129 . 15 9 . Pastoral Care 36 . 259 . 21 10
Author: Malcolm Godden
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Anglo-Saxon England is the only publication which consistently embraces all the main aspects of study of Anglo-Saxon history and culture - linguistic, literary, textual, palaeographic, religious, intellectual, historical, archaeological and artistic - and which promotes the more unusual interests - in music or medicine or education, for example. Articles in volume 35 include: Record of the twelfth conference of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists at Bavarian-American Centre, University of Munich, 1-6 August 2005; Virgil the Grammarian and Bede: a preliminary study; Knowledge of whelk dyes and pigments in Anglo-Saxon England; The representation of the mind as an enclosure in Old English poetry; The origin of the numbered sections in Beowulf and in other Old English poems; An ethnic dating of Beowulf; Hrothgar's horses: feral or thoroughbred?; 'thelthryth of Ely in a lost calendar from Munich; Alfred's epistemological metaphors: eagan modes and scip modes; Bibliography for 2005.
Author: Thomas St. James O’ConnorPublish On: 2006-01-01
Journal of Supervision and Training in Ministry 15 (1994): 50-62. ... The Journal
of Pastoral Care 49, 4 (Winter 1995): 36574. , Elizabeth Meakes, Karen Ann Fox,
Kathleen O'Neill and Glenn ... Pastoral Psychology (February 1968): 11-16.
Author: Thomas St. James O’Connor
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
In the last twenty years, the number of texts written on clinical pastoral supervision has accelerated. Thomas St. James O’Connor analyzes these texts, nearly 300 of them, in light of three fundamental questions about the praxis of clinical pastoral supervision: (1)what is distinctive about the praxis? (2)what is an appropriate theological method for the praxis? and, (3)what is an adequate praxis? In doing so, he formulates three approaches: the social science, the hermeneutic and the special interest. Looking at the theology of Charles Gerkin, a pastoral theologian and family therapist, O’Connor develops a conversation between Gerkin’s theology and the texts. The theological methods in the three approaches are critiqued and Gerkin’s praxis/theory/praxis method is endorsed. Case examples are used throughout to illustrate theory and issues discussed and to aid in the presentation of an adequate praxis. Clinical Pastoral Supervision and the Theology of Charles Gerkin provides a unique overview of the history and current state of clinical pastoral supervision and an understanding of its methodology and theological foundations. More than that, it builds on the practical theory of Charles Gerkin, expanding it for immediate use in the practice of ministry.
In Pastoral Psychology 15 (april 1964) 8–16. ———. The Christian Shepherd:
Some Aspects of Pastoral Care. nashville: abingdon, 1959. ———. “'Credentials'
for Pastoral Counseling?” Pastoral Psychology 11 (January 1961) 45–58. ———.
Author: Barbara J. McClure
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Despite astute critiques and available resources for alternative modes of thinking and practicing, individualism continues to be a dominating and constraining ideology in the field of pastoral psychotherapy and counseling. Philip Rieff was one of the first to highlight the negative implications of individualism in psychotherapeutic theories and practices. As heirs and often enthusiasts of the Freudian tradition of which Rieff and others are critical, pastoral theologians have felt the sting of his charge, and yet the empirical research that McClure presents shows that pastoral-counseling practitioners resist change. Their attempts to overcome an individualistic perspective have been limited and ineffective because individualism is embedded in the field's dominant theological and theoretical resources, practices, and organizational arrangements. Only a radical reappraisal of these will make possible pastoral counseling practices in a post-individualistic mode. McClure proposes several critical transformations: broadening and deepening the operative theologies used to guide the healing practice, expanding the role of the pastoral counselor, reimagining the operative anthropology, reclaiming sin and judgment, nuancing the particular against the individual, rethinking the ideal outcome of the practices, and reimagining the organizational structures that support the practices. Only this level of revisioning will enable this ministry of the church to move beyond its individualistic limitations and offer healing in more complex, effective, and socially adequate ways.
Power and Pastoral Care Annemie Dillen ... Ragsdale, Katherine · 5, 14, 16
Rappaport, Julian · 148, 170 Raven, Bertram H. · 72, 77 Redekop, Calvin · 4, 11,
12, 13, 16 Remmelzwaal, Albert J. · 44, 45, 53 Rendle, Gilbert· 39, 53 Reuter,
Author: Annemie Dillen
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
In Soft Shepherd or Almighty Pastor? contributors seek to go beyond the taboo on "power" within pastoral contexts. They not only discuss fundamental theological and philosophical questions about power but also develop ways to prevent power abuse in pastoral context. Power is considered as omnipresent and is analyzed in its positive and negative aspects. Not only the classical associations of "power over" or "domination" are discussed in relation to ecclesial and pastoral situations, but also forms of power linked to "service" and "care." A sacrificial spirituality might also be dangerous. Soft Shepherd or Almighty Pastor? gathers ten contributions, all of which reflect on the complexity of power issues, also in relation to sexual abuse. The authors argue that dealing adequately with power requires renewed forms of theological thinking, especially about ministry.
They are charged with helping children in their personal as well as their
academic growth . The Inspectorate's working paper Curriculum 11-16 ( 1977 )
emphasised the crucial nature of full staff involvement in pastoral care , arguing
that social ...
terminology 170 Pastoral Care in Historical Perspective 132 pastoral counselling
academic pastoral theology 143–4 dangers ... 15–16 task of 11–12 as a
theological form 72–7 theological reflection 13–14 practical wisdom 14 practice
Author: John Swinton
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Written by significant researchers and practitioners within the field, this unique collection of key texts introduces the reader to practical theology. It critically explores the way in which the spiritual dimension of pastoral care has entered into constructive dialogue with other disciplines and ways of thinking, including: psychiatry, psychology, counselling, intercultural studies, educational methodology, narrative theory and political studies. Set within this multidisciplinary context, the individual contributions (a selection of articles from a leading journal of pastoral theology, Contact: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Pastoral Studies) cover a wide range of practical and theological issues that alert the reader to the spiritual dimension of pastoral care, such as bereavement, sexuality, ethics, learning disabilities, infertility, the meaning of pain, sickness and suffering and the nature of theology as a practical discipline. The book is an invaluable resource for practitioners, researchers, students and all who have an interest in the ways in which a spiritual dimension can enhance caring practices within a multidisciplinary context.
Hamblin , D . H . ( 1981 ) * Pastoral Care and Pupil Performance ' , in Hamblin D .
H . ( ed ) , Problems and Practice of Pastoral Care , Basil Blackwell . ... Her
Majesty ' s Inspectorate ( 1981 ) 11 - 16 - a review of progress , DES / HMI ,
Author: Bonnie J. Miller-McLemorePublish On: 2011-09-23
... 308, 310–11, 312–16, 492 secular usages, 308, 313 shepherd metaphor, 269,
311, 314–15 as spiritual discipline, 316 teaching, 311–13, 316, 392 see also pastoral care religious leadership studies, 309–10 religious pluralism, 453–60
Author: Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Through a series of essays contributed by leading experts in the field, The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Practical Theology presents an introduction to practical theology as a major area of Christian study and practice, including an overview of its key developments, themes, methods, and future directions. The first comprehensive reference work to provide a survey, description and analysis of practical theology as an area of study A range of leading scholars in the field provide original contributions on the major areas, issues, and figures in practical theology Reviews an extensive range of methods for studying theology in practice, along with sub-disciplines in theological education such as pastoral care and preaching Covers developments in the discipline in a range of global contexts and distinct Christian traditions Shows how practical theology is relevant to everyday life
CHAPTER I PASTORAL COUNSELING Pastoral counseling is a special , but not
separate , area of pastoral activity ; indeed ... Zechariah 11:16 : " who will not care
for the perishing , seek the scattered , heal the broken , or sustain the one ...
Author: Jay E. Adams
Here is a textbook for students of pastoral ministry and a handbook for pastors outlining the three tasks of pastoral ministry.
Making a religious diagnosis : The use of religious assessment in pastoral care
and counseling . Pastoral Psychology , 41 , 237–246 . Maugens , T. A. ( 1996 ) .
The SPIRITual history . Archives of Family Medicine , 5 , 11-16 . McSherry , W.
Author: Elizabeth Johnston Taylor
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Innate and deeply personal, spirituality is an integral part of each of us. It affects every aspect of life-including one's health. For this reason, spirituality is becoming an increasingly important issue within the nursing community. Nursing the whole patient includes nurturing the spirit. Spiritual Care: Nursing Theory, Research, and Practice is the only text written to address the depth of this subject matter. Written from a universal standpoint, it details the "how-to's" of spiritual caregiving including spiritual assessment, planning care, documentation, ethical concerns, and numerous approaches to nurturing the spirit. Other features include: A balanced presentation of religion as both a positive and a negative factor that influences health and coping. Chapter-ending Look Within to Learn features encourage spiritual self-awareness and understanding of how spirituality influences clinical care. Research Profiles boxed features provide profiles of research studies that focus on spirituality and health. One Nurse's Story boxed features illustrate a nurse's perspective of concepts and clinical examples of spiritual caregiving. Chapter-ending Key Points summarize material to reinforce the information presented.
Christ the wisdom and power of God, should be the motto of a Christian pastor,
the sentiment of his heart, and the ... the injured, strengthen the sick, leave the
healthy and strong to play, and give my flock their proper food” (ezek 34:11, 16).
Author: Alan P. F. Sell
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
The heart of this book is the claim that the one church catholic comprises all who, on the ground of Christ's saving work, are called and gathered by God the Holy Spirit into a fellowship whose only Head is Christ himself; and that all thus called are granted the high privilege of sharing in a variety of ways in the one ministry of Christ. This is the vision of the Reformed churches past and present. Alan Sell argues that far from being a parochial enquiry, the nature of the ministry and the work and education of all the ministers are issues as relevant to the life and practice of particular local churches as they are to ecumenical discussions between the several Christian world communions.
Author: Robert Arthur BaileyPublish On: 2004-04-01
Structure The overall structure is ABCBA: 1:1-4 Address and blessing 1:5-16
Code for elders/overseers 2:1-10 Household code 2:11-3:11 Pastoral care of
church members 3:12-15 Instructions, greetings, and blessing Background This
There are several functions that Pastors have, as referenced in Acts 20:2831,
Rom 12:8, Eph. 4:11-16, and other passages in the Bible. From these, every
Pastor ... Pastoral ministry must be the ministry of the Word. Thus, every pastor
Author: J. Gentile Everett
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The centuries-old debate over what role, if any, religion has in public schools has been supported and refuted in many legal, educational and religious arenas. For many of us who attended school- both pre- and post separation of church and state- have had the opportunity to experience public schools with religion at the core of its existence, and then with religion becoming a word that could not be linked with educating public school children. However, history has captured the relationship of religion and education, and how the two have married and produced, then separated itself from public schools.
Flanagan OJ Jr, Jackson K: Justice, care and gender: The Kohlberg-Gilligan
debate revisited. Ethics 1987 ... Hathaway WL, Scott SY, Garvey SA: Assessing
religious/spiritual functioning: A neglected domain in clinical practice. Prof
Psychol 2004 ... Arch Fam Med 1997;5:11-16. Miller WR, Thoresen CE:
Spirituality, religion and health: An emerging research field. Am Psychol 2003;58:
24-35. Pargament KI ...
Author: Hani R. Khouzam
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
This user-friendly resource presents a patient-centered approach to managing the growing incidence of major psychiatric emergencies in the outpatient setting. Abundant illustrations, tables, and algorithms guide you through the wide range of disorders discussed, and a color-coded outline format facilitates rapid access to essential information necessary for making a proper diagnosis for optimal management outcomes. Organizes information by patient presentation to help you distinguish among conditions that present with similar symptoms. Discusses medical conditions presenting with psychiatric symptoms, where appropriate. Highlights critical information in "Hazard Signs" boxes for quick, at-a-glance review. Uses acronyms and memory aids to enhance recall of information in moments of crisis. Features a chapter discussing the psychiatric effects of bioterrorism. Offers an Improved Suicide Risk Scale with criteria on impulsivity, plan, and lethal level of attempt. Provides valuable tips on interviewing and interacting with patients in various situations, as techniques will vary from depressed suicidal patients to manic and potentially assaultive individuals. Includes appendixes that discuss common psychiatric medications used and important lab values in the ER.
The schisms of the 10th and 11th centuries culminated in the excommunication of
the Patriarch of Constantinople , Michael ... was solemnly laid upon the high altar
of the Church of the Holy Wisdom by the papal legation on 16 July 1054 .
Practical evidence of real care may be demonstrated out of hospital by seeing
that the patient's family is not burdened ... it is wise to consider these helpers,
who are willing do such seemingly mundane jobs, as part of the pastoral care
team. ... Fairchild, Finding Hope Again, 12—14 11. ... 16. Fairchild, Finding Hope
Again, 25. 17. Aaron T. Beck, Depression: Clinical Experience and Theoretical
Author: Neville A. Kirkwood
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
In this practical guide, Kirkwood shares his wisdom gleaned from some 20 years of experience as a hospital chaplain on the art of hospital visitation.
If there were never a time when so many sermons issued from the press as at the present day, it is equally certain that, however much we may boast of our Scriptural knowledge, there never was a period when such compositions showed so little deep and ready acquaintance with the Bible. The actual quantity of reference to Scripture contained in the first volume of modern sermons which one may happen to take up, is surprisingly small: and further, the quotations are almost entirely made from favourite books—parade the same texts over and over again—leave vast portions of the Bible utterly untouched—and are superficially adduced without regard to their context. Aeterna Press