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Getting our Heads out of the Sand

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Transcript of Getting our Heads out of the Sand

Presented by Rev. Sue Ott-Holland
Director of Spiritual Care, Aurora Health Care
May 9th, 2014: Austin, Texas
Goals
Invite dialogue
Stimulate your thinking
Not to give you the answers
Encourage you to dare greatly
My Reseach Year
My Questions:
Getting Our Heads Out of the Sand
Downloading
Preforming
Access Your...
Open Mind
Open Heart
Open Will
Observing
Sensing
Presencing
Prototyping
Crystallizing
suspending
redirecting
letting-go
letting-come
enacting
embodying
Who is my self?
What is my work?
What meaningful role does spirituality play in people’s daily lives?
How does spirituality help people live well?
How do spiritual care givers and "the faithful" currently demonstrate this?
What is the theological basis for honoring a mind/body/spirit connection?
How does CPE and traditional Spiritual Care need to change?
How am I being invited to change?
My Reseach Year ??'s
My Questions:
What changes must be made for clergy to “live well”?
How can chaplains demonstrate the value of spirituality in helping people live well…not just die well?
How can congregations and departments be led with a vision of embodied spiritual wellness rather than simply “stomping out fires”?
What must this CPE supervisor do to more fully role model this vision?
Methods: Theory U
Results and Findings
Application to Spiritual Care
Be Proactive
Claiming Who We Are
Who do we Serve?
Claim a Seat at the Table
Look Outside
The Box
The rest of the Story
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Accessing Greater Power
Wellness
Wellness
Decision
Making
Recognize and utilize natural life transitions/decision points
Emergency Department traumas
Crisis
Healing in
Times of Illness
& Stress
Meditation/centering/breathwork
Four Areas of Spiritual Care
Wellness
Decision
Making
Crisis
Healing in
Times of Illness
& Stress
Opportunities
Healing in
Times of Illness
& Stress
Healing in
Times of Illness
& Stress
Decision
Making

Crisis
Listening, Connecting, Prayers and Rituals
Lowering of anxiety
Guide and permission giver in new emotional /spiritual territories
Any of the things listed under Wellness could also be used to relieve stress and promote healing.
Connecting with purpose
What gives us hope, meaning and a reason for being/doing
Letting go of spiritual toxins
Forgiveness, living and letting go
Community support
Aligning with others who are positive energizes
Palliative Care/AD’s outside of hospital as well as inside
Working with Families in conflict
Creating a culture where thoughtful decisions are encouraged and discussed
Unexpected diagnoses and death
Family dysfunction
Multiple systemic stressors added to illness
Crisis debriefing
Education
Wellness quizzes, brown bag lunches, & community classes
Coaching
How can we help persons “to breath”?
Modeling positive psychology in the workplace
Include Emotional/Spiritual screening assessments in all primary medical assessments.
This we do well
How can we do it more efficiently?
Work with caregivers to help us screen who would most benefit from our care.
Move to outpatient connections
Referrals to call, Phone interventions, Classes to promote spiritual healing & forgiveness
Recognizing decision points besides end of life
Spiritual component to Birthing lessons?
Palliative Care teams
Lets work together
Conflict Intervention
Hear and negotiate challenging decisions.
Championing "Allow Natural Death" versus "DNR" and other language shifts.
All staff chaplains trained as crisis debriefing facilitators.
Creating electronic infrastructure and formats for intervention with families in crises .
On-call staffing is weak
resources to maintain volunteer on-call clergy needs to be evaluated.
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