Unhoused Veterans Affected by Military Moral Injury
Date(s) - 03/16/2022
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The Soul Repair Center offers free monthly webinars of use to religious leaders and professional caregivers supporting veterans and their families.
Andrew Burner serves as the Chaplain for Presbyterian Night Shelter in Fort Worth, Texas. He serves the homeless population by providing spiritual care/counseling, and bible studies, but most importantly, a shoulder to lean on. Andrew also has worked as a Psychiatric Chaplain, Palliative Care Chaplain and University Chaplain spanning a decade. He feels closest to Jesus while serving the marginalized in society. His ministry has not been solely localized to the states as he has spent time abroad as a Pastor planting churches and encouraging others in Africa, Nicaragua, Peru, Mexico and throughout the West Indies. Andrew’s desire is that many would know the Lord and how much they are valued.
Susan Dunlap is Consulting Faculty and Director of the M.Div./M.S.W. Dual Degree Program at Duke Divinity School. She has published two books, Counseling Depressed Women and Caring Cultures: How Congregations Care for the Sick. She also serves as the chaplain at Urban Ministries of Durham. She is currently researching and writing on the topic, “The Religious Lives of People Living in Extreme Poverty.” As an ordained Presbyterian minister she has been the pastor of churches in the Presbytery of Baltimore.
Jillianne Paladino-Boyd is a licensed therapist with a private practice in Los Angeles, California. Jillianne has been working with military veterans addressing moral injury and specializes in processing military sexual trauma. She is a member of Volunteers of America (VOA) Resilience Strength Time development team. Jillianne provides clinical debriefing sessions with the staff of VOA’s MIRAC and acts as a facilitator trainer for VOA’s ReST program addressing moral distress and resiliency related to pandemic.