Moral Injury in the Aftermath of Afghanistan

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Date(s) - 12/08/2021
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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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.

“Moral Injury in the Aftermath of Afghanistan”
Wednesday, December 8, 2021
2:00 – 3:30 EST

Chaplain (Major) Jonathan R. Fisher is a veteran of three combat tours to Iraq as a US Army chaplain. He currently serves as the Director of the Center for Extended Clinical Pastoral Education for the Institute of Religious Leadership – Graduate School for Spiritual Care at the US Army Chaplain Center and School at Fort Jackson, SC. He is a board-certified chaplain and an ACPE Certified Educator.

 

 

Michael Grubbs is a retired USAF, Chaplain, Colonel. He spent 11 years in the reserve followed by 21 years of AD. He completed nine deployments, seven times in support of special operations forces. Mike was awarded both an MDiv and PhD (psychology). Following retirement, he practiced psychotherapy in a hospice environment. He is now retired and lives in Granbury, TX.

 

 

Rev. Kyle Fauntleroy, Captain US Navy (ret.) as a Captain in the US Navy Chaplain Corps in 2017 and currently serves as Director of Development at Brite Divinity School.  For over 30 years he served the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard and their families around the world, in periods of combat and calm.  He is the only chaplain in Department of Defense history to hold both the positions of Commanding Officer and Executive Officer.