2018 Assessment of Family of Origin Issues for Candidates, July 16-18

2018 Assessment of Family of Origin Issues for Candidates, July 16-18

Presenter: Father Gerard McGlone, S.J., Ph.D.

2017 NRVC Summer Institute

Click here to register 

Please note that overnight housing is near capacity. Please register now.

Family of Origin issues often present many landmines for vocation and formation personnel. All too often, these issues end up sabotaging the individual and the community’s health and well-being if left unaddressed. One of the principal objectives of this workshop will be to help vocation ministers formulate specific and more appropriate questions, which when answered, may preclude admission. The format will be within an adult learning methodology.  It will attempt to be highly interactive, with ample time for individual and group processing and discussion of specific cases,  utilizing the very latest in research and theory on this topic.

 

Schedule

Please note this workshop begins at 9:00 a.m. on July 16 and ends at 4:30 p.m. on July 18. Overnight accommodations are contracted for four nights, arrival on July 15 and check out on July 19.


Presenter

Father Gerard J. McGlone, S.J., Ph.D.  was ordained in 1987 as a Jesuit priest of the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus. He currently serves as the Associate Director for the Protection of Minors for the Conference of Major Superiors of Men. He previously served as the Director of Counseling Services and Staff Psychology at the Pontifical North American College in Rome. He was a clinical and research fellow at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. He has been a psychotherapist in many settings while in California, Massachusetts, Maryland, and Pennsylvania for almost 25 years. Father Jerry co-edited with Dr. Fernando Ortiz the award winning book published by Liturgical Press: To Be One in Christ: Intercultural Formation and Ministry.

 

Workshop fees:

Fees include materials, speaker and facility fee, but not parking or meals.

Commuter:    

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

Resident: If you register as a resident, breakfast is included in your registration.

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

 

I loved Father Jerry’s teaching style and the way he modeled good assessment interviewing. Having us experience some of what we ask of our candidates was brilliant!  

—Sister Celeste Mokrzycki, S.S.J.

Father Jerry’s openness with his own story, his expertise in assessing family of origin issues, and entering into the story of the other, was powerful in uncovering the hidden pieces of stories. 

—Sister M. Kelley Rush, S.N.D.

Click here to register 

 


This article has no comments or are under review. Be the first to leave a comment.

Please Log-in to comment this article

November newsletter ...
Join - view our livestream young adult event. Hilton grant recipients ...  More
"You talk. We'll listen." videos ...
Treat yourself to reliving or viewing for the first time our ...  More
2018 HORIZON current issue ...
Inviting Catholics to public ministry during difficult days in the church ...  More
15th biennial Convocation adjourns. ...
Thank you NRVC board, staff, and members for an amazing gathering! ...  More
Thank you, sponsors! ...
We have a vibrant convocation program prepared, including a celebration of ...  More
Member Area

CONNECT WITH NRVC

November 2018

NRVC Member Area Meetings

November 2 at Convocation

NRVC Pre-Convocation Workshops

November 1, Buffalo

NRVC Biennial Covocation

November 1-5, Buffalo

NRVC Office Closed

November 22-23

Iamnrvc
Renew your NRVC membership