Online Panel: Spirituality & Social Justice in Systemic Care & Counseling
Our world today is fractured along lines of privilege and power that threaten individuals and families in multiple ways. Ministers, therapists, and caregivers are challenged to address these ruptures in ways that respect people’s culture and spirituality. This panel discussion offers Professor Suzanne Coyle’s new book, Spirituality in Systemic Family Therapy Supervision and Training, as a resource for such a challenge. Using the author’s concept of living web of socio-spirituality, this panel will discuss how spirituality and social justice can co-exist and bring peace to people’s lives.
Join us online for a panel discussion about Professor Coyle’s new book as a resource for challenges facing ministers, therapists, and caregivers on Friday, April 29, 2022, 10 AM–noon EDT.
Shruti Singh Poulsen is an Associate Professor in the CFT Online PsyD/MA program and the Branch Director for the CFT Online PsyD program at Alliant International University.
Suzanne Coyle is an Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Marriage and Family Therapy at Christian Theological Seminary where she directs the masters in marriage and family therapy program.
Suzanne Midori Hanna is a clinician, instructor, and author in couple and family therapy. She currently teaches for Capella University.
Aníbal Torres Bernal, currently serves as the Campus Chief Academic Officer and Professor at Penn State University – Penn State Lehigh Valley and was the founding Dean of the School of Liberal Arts, Sciences and Society, and professor at SUNY Morrisville.
This is an online event, please click the button below to register in advance.