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Soul Repair

Our Next Conference is September 11-13, 2017 in Princeton, NJ

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This seminar provides advanced training for helpers and healers responding to moral injury, placing a special focus on supporting veterans and the formerly incarcerated. It will emphasize spiritual practices, the arts and ritual in community healing.

Early Bird General Registration: $375 | General Registration:$425

Early Bird Clergy CEU Registration: $425 | Clergy CEU Registration: $475

Early Bird Clinician CEU Registration: $625 | Clinician CEU Registration: $675

(Early Bird Registration Deadline: July 5, 2017)

Presented with:
The Braxton Institute www.braxtoninstitute.org
Volunteers of America www.voa.org

 

Center Receives $100,000 Donation Challenge!

A donor has given the Center a generous gift that will match donations in any amount, up to $100,000. The gift enables the Center to move in new directions outlined in the strategic plan created by its National Advisory Board a year ago. The Center will use the funds for a transition year to identify new sources of funding and new partnerships with TCU that can enable implementation of the strategic plan. To make a matching donation, CLICK HERE. Please select Soul Repair under gift designation. The amount of your contribution that is deductible for federal income tax purposes is limited to the excess of your contribution amount over the fair market value of the goods or services provided. We estimate the fair market value of the goods and services provided to you in connection with this contribution to be $60.00. 

Donations of $100 or more will receive a complimentary signed copy of Exploring Moral Injury in Sacred Texts. Edited by Dr. Joseph McDonald, with a foreword by Dr. Rita N. Brock, it contains essays from Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and American civil religion.  Contributors include former and current Soul Repair Board members Rabbi Dr. David Blumenthal, Dr. Amir Hussain, and Rev. Michael Yandell. In addition, Brite Professor Dr. Warren Carter contributed an essay, and others include leading scholars such as Dr. Kelly Denton-Borhaug, Dr. Brad Kelle, Dr. Nancy Bowen, Dr. John Thompson, and Dr. Daniel Maguire. All donors will receive a code for 20% discount when purchasing the book.