NW Baptist Disaster Relief is proud and excited to offer this class during Roundtable 2022!
April 28-30, 2022 Gresham, OR
This class is recommended for Pastors, Disaster Relief Chaplains, Fire & Police Chaplains, Hospital and Industry Chaplains, as well as lay people interested in building skills for community crisis ministry.
You do not need to be a Disaster Relief volunteer to take this 3 day course, but Disaster Relief chaplains will be given preference if the class fills up.
Please sign up by Sat March 30th so we can order the ICISF training material in time. Below are the links Cost is $350 ($200 per person for DR volunteers), but a limited number of scholarships will be available to DR Chaplains on an as-needed basis.
For this unique class, you will register on the Chaplain Services Network page and then notify NW Baptist Disaster Relief by doing the 2022 Roundtable Registration as well.
Pastoral Crisis Intervention may be thought of as the combination of faith-based resources with traditional techniques of crisis intervention. Pastoral crisis intervention represents a powerful addition to traditional community and organizational psychological support resources. The purpose of this course is to assist the participants in learning how pastoral interventions and traditional psychological crisis interventions may be effectively integrated. Chaplains, pastoral counselors, mental health professionals, ministers, and anyone interested in the use of faith-based resources in healing should find this course of interest.
Bill Lotz has been involved in full time ministry since 1988. He has served as a pastor and as chaplain in hospital, corrections, hospice, and fire/police settings. Bill earned his Doctoral Degree in Chaplain Studies from Golden Gate Seminary in 1999 and has worked in full-time chaplain ministry since then. He currently serves as Director of Chaplain Services Network in SE Washington State, recruiting and training chaplains for fire/rescue and police agencies. He teaches Fire Chaplaincy, Disaster Chaplaincy and CISM throughout the US and Canada.