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Thu May 28 2020 at 01:30 pm EST
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Fri Aug 28 2020 at 01:42 pm EST
On Learn It Live Since:
Thursday Jan 4, 2018
Group Classes (1)
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Audience: Front line caregivers Content: Personal Growth Many front line caregivers in health care describe their jobs as "callings" or "vocations", or say that what they do is "more than a job". This class explores the unique challenges and opportunities of relating to one's work in this way. How do we continue relate to our work over years and decades? What happens when our "Calling" disappoints us or lets us down? How do we stay connected to our sense of purpose?
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Aaron Unseth is a staff chaplain at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids. Aaron especially enjoys learning about how spiritual care and mental health care can work together to promote healing. Aaron has a Masters of Divinity degree and spent 12 years as a parish pastor before stepping into the health-care field.
Abbie has been a staff chaplain at United Hospital and River Falls Area Hospital since 2016. She graduated with her Master of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School in 2015 and did her clinical chaplaincy training at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA. She is currently full-time at United, providing spiritual care to patients, families, and staff on the medical and neuro ICUs and the heart and lung units. Her self-care includes commuting to work in as many creative ways as possible - biking, canoeing, and even one post-snowstorm Nordic ski session.