Behavioral Assessment 1 Workshop

Behavioral Assessment 1 Workshop

July 16-18, 2020

By NRVC National Office


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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 vocation assessment.

 

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

Workshop fees

Workshop fees include materials, speaker, facility fees and lunch. The fees do not include supper. Residents are provided with a continental breakfast.

Commuter:       $525    NRVC Member                $780       Non-NRVC member

Resident:          $985    NRVC Member               $1,240     Non-NRVC Member 

 

Late registration

Registrations received after June 20 incur a $100 late fee. 

Cancellation

Cancellations for workshops and accommodations must be received in writing to debbiesscm@nrvc.net before June 20 to receive a full refund less a $100 processing fee. After June 20, all fees are non refundable. 

Presenter

Reverend 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 presently teaches at Mount Angel Seminary Graduate School of Theology in Saint Benedict, Oregon. Fr. 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.

 


Workshops are designed from the NRVC three-component curriculum for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the complex theological, spiritual, psycho-sexual, ethical, and diversity issues often present in contemporary vocation ministry. NRVC recommends that vocation ministers participate in ongoing educational opportunities to attend to their own vocation, faith formation, and to further develop their professional competencies. Please read the terms and conditions of all NRVC programs and events.

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