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ASPEA Twilight Seminar April 2014

Dignity Therapy Presentation

by Russell Armstrong

Principles, Praxis & Prose

Addressing psychological, existential, and spiritual challenges faced by patients with a
life-limiting illness, Dignity Therapy invites reflection upon key aspects of a client’s life
and its significance for them, as well as their hopes and messages for the loved ones
they will be leaving. The transcript of one or two guided interviews is edited to create
a printed ‘legacy paper’ to be shared with chosen loved ones.

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ASPEA Inc 2013 AGM Speech

Peer Supervision

by Carina Lobo

Reflection Upon Peer Supervisor Education Group

Paper presented at ASPEA Inc. 2013 AGM to recognise the life of the Peer Supervisor Education Group as a reflective space for ASPEA Inc. Supervisors that encourages the upholding of ASPEA Inc.'s Principles and Standards.

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Australian Journal of Pastoral Care and Health

After nearly twenty years of production the voluntary Editorial Committee decided it was no longer able to continue the significant task of gathering materials, editing and producing the bi-annual ‘Ministry, Society and Theology’. Some back-copies of MST are available for $5 by contacting Dorothy Morgan at dmorgan@whitley.edu.au or phone contact on 93408100.

Since 2007 the new Journal has been produced biannually with online copies located at www.pastoraljournal.org.au. ASACPEV is represented on the Editorial Board by Andy Calder along with representatives of the Spiritual Health Victoria and LaTrobe University. With the recent formation of Spiritual Care Australia, the future ‘shape’ of the Journal will be under discussion during 2010 (eg frequency/costs/content/distribution/blog?)

In order to access Guidelines for Short articles, Reviews, Notices and Peer Reviewed Contributions, please go to www.pastoraljournal.org.au