2018 Behavioral Assessment 1, July 16-18

2018 Behavioral Assessment 1, July 16-18

Presenter: Father Raymond P. Carey, Ph.D.

This workshop is filled to capacity. We encourage you to register for the Assessment of Family of Origin Issues Workshop offered at the same time. Behavioral Assessment 1 and 2 will be offered in 2019.

This workshop presents practical interviewing techniques housed in a theoretical framework of behavioral assessment. While the focus of the workshop is on initial assessment of candidates, the methodology easily applies to assessing candidates in other stages of formation as well. Workshop participants study sample case reports and learn skills for interviewing as well as guidelines for organizing the information into useful reports. Interview topics include: family background, educational and occupational histories, psychosexual histories and intimacy skills, faith history, and other pertinent issues related to comprehensive vocational assessment.

Schedule

This workshop begins at 9 a.m. on Monday, July 16 and ends at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday,  July 18.  Overnight accommodations are contracted for 4 nights, arrival on July 15 and check out on July 19.​

 

Presenter

Father Raymond P. Carey, Ph.D. is a priest of the Archdiocese of Portland, OR. He has taught at both the secondary and university levels and currently teaches at Mount Angel Seminary Graduate School of Theology in Saint Benedict, Oregon. Father Carey holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Ottawa, Canada. He has presented workshops in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji. He is a past recipient of the NRVC Harvest Award for his work in service of vocation ministry.

Workshop fees

Workshop fees include materials, speaker and facility fees. The fees do not include refreshments, meals, or parking.

Commuter:

$ 450 – NRVC Member
$ 675 – Non-NRVC Member

Resident: As a resident, breakfast is included in your registration.

$ 910 – NRVC Member
$ 1,135 – Non-NRVC Member    

Room reservations at the University Center are for 4 nights with a check-in after 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 15 and a check out by 9 a.m. on Wednesday, July 19. The Center has a locked storage unit to hold luggage until you are ready to leave on the day of your departure. If you are staying for the next workshop, you will not need to check out.

 

The content was helpful from beginning to end; there is no doubt my assessments will be more thorough. Thanks, Father Ray, for your expertise, experience, and sense of humor! 

—Sister Ann Letourneau, C.S.J.,Psy.D.

Having actual cases to review was very helpful. I learned a lot in the workshop, and I have a good idea on how to grow going forward. Father Ray practices what he teaches and is very credible. This is a great way to prepare for vocation ministry. 

—Brother Jason Graves, O.F.M.Cap.



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