In a recent video interview, student Rev. Wiley Hughes shared his thoughts with us on his experience in the September 2014 Residential Institute on “Pastoral Options in a Fractured World.”
This December 8-12, we will be hosting a Residential Institute at the Graduate Theological Foundation designed for ministry professionals, including clergy, chaplains, counselors and others. “Meaning, Personhood, and Relationships” is Residential Institute that will address the psychotherapeutic theories and treatment methodologies of Viktor Frankl (father of logotherapy), Carl Rogers (father of client-centered psychotherapy), and Harry Stack Sullivan (father of social psychiatry). The focus will be on the viability of teach of these systems of thought in pastoral care and counseling with special attention to the integration of these three systems.
Dates: December 8-12, 2014
Faculty: Dr. John H. Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences
Theme: “Meaning, Personhood, and Relationships”
Credits: Two Units of Study or Non-Project Option
Registration deadline: November 24 (Download the PDF registration form now.)
Hear what other students have to say about the GTF’s Residential Institutes!