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Kathleen R. Toellner, Psy.D., explores ways to proactively assist individuals dealing with dementia in a community setting.
Understanding dementia is increasingly important as our population ages and diagnoses of this illness increase. Learning how to support individuals with dementia is critical for men and women in ministry – both in pastoral and religious community settings. Education and planning for the future can reduce the stress of dealing with dementia and result in better outcomes for religious and diocesan communities seeking to create a supportive environment for the elderly.
Priests, deacons, men and women religious, lay ministers, and those involved in vocations, formation, or clergy and ministry personnel needs.
Questions for reflection and discussion prior to the learning session are provided below.
Nancy A. Kluge, Ph.D., LCPC, explores the warning signs of behavioral addictions and offers practical treatment and prevention strategies.
Ann Garrido, D.Min., offers strategies for managing conflict in a way that bears witness to our deepest Christian beliefs.
Rev. Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, D.Min.,Ph.D., offers practical, healthy ways to prevent narcissism from affecting our ability to lead and serve.
Rev. Gerard Fieldhouse-Byrne, D.Min., examines what the Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches about celibate chastity and applies it to our understanding of human freedom and healthy sexual integration.
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