COUNSELLING & CHAPLAINCY FACULTY
COMMITED ACADEMICS AND PRACTITIONERS WHO WILL JOURNEY WITH YOU THROUGHOUT YOUR TRAINING
Associate Dean of Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care
BA, MA Christian Studies, MA Pastoral Supervision
Stuart has served as a chaplain, chaplain trainer and pastoral supervisor at Anglicare Sydney for 15 years, with his primary ordained role being in chaplaincy leadership at the Prince of Wales and Randwick Hospitals Campus. Stuart has lectured in pastoral supervision at St Mark's National Theological Centre and in chaplaincy skills at Ridley College in Melbourne.
Stuart has also worked for 15 years in Japanese media both in Japan and Australia as a translator, researcher and writer before joining the pastoral staff at St John's Maroubra in Sydney's East where he is still involved in occasional preaching and regular discipling of men.
Stuart was involved in the translation into Japanese of a book by Jill McGilvray called "God's Love in Action, Pastoral Care for Everyone", (Acorn Press, 2009).
Associate Dean of Counselling
GDipCCouns, MCouns, RN(previously)
Kim commenced at Morling College in 2014 as an adjunct lecturer and supervisor for practicum students completing their Master of Counselling and joined faculty in 2018. She has lectured across a range of subjects including Therapeutic Communication Skills, Counselling Theory & Practice, Child and Adolescent Counselling, Group Dynamics and Facilitation, and Advanced Therapeutic Group Facilitation.
Kim was previously a Registered Nurse, specialising in the Cardiothoracic area, working in the UK and across many major hospitals in Sydney. She commenced clinical counselling practice in 2006, working in private practice and agencies including Salvos Counselling.
Kim is an experienced counsellor and operates her own private practice, working with individuals, couples, families, adolescents, children and provides clinical and pastoral supervision. She has facilitated professional development workshops across a number of subject areas, including Trauma Informed Care, and was the Lead Trainer for Greater Western Sydney, Salvos Counselling. She is an accredited supervisor and clinical member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA).
M A (Pastoral Care), Grad Dip Ed
Jenn lectures in Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care.
Lecturer Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care
Grad Dip.Psychotherapy, GradCert. Professional Supervision (Pastoral), BN, Dip Min.
Paul wrote Unit CHA821, Palliative and Dementia Care in 2017. Teaching this unit has resulted in students capturing a passion for working in Aged Care, some now graduated, working in the field. Raising up the next generation of Chaplains gives Paul great joy!
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