Presented by: Dee Dee Haines, Bereavement Coordinator and Supervisor of Spiritual Care and Music Therapy with Interim Health Care Home Care and Hospice
Dr. Dee Dee Haines is the Supervisor of Spiritual Care & Music Therapy, Bereavement Coordinator of Interim Hospice in Roseville, Minnesota, and is a graduate of the MDiv and DMin programs of Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Mo. Dee Dee has given herself to the study of Celtic spirituality and has used this lens as a method of reinterpreting contemporary spiritual identity and community. She is an ordained minister of the United Church of Christ and has served abroad in multiple intercultural contexts working with the Methodist Church in the Isle of Man, the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands in the Caribbean, and other communities of faith in the USA. She is currently researching multiple pastoral care issues surrounding death, dying and living well.
- IDENTIFY AND MAKE USE OF TOOLS FOR A CRITICAL READ OF CONTEXT FOR SELF, PATIENTS AND FAMILIES
- ARTICULATE THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF GRIEF AND DISCONNECTION PARTICULAR TO A CONSTANTLY SHIFTING CONTEXT
- ARTICULATE INTERVENTIONS AND GOALS IN RESPONSE TO CONTEXTUAL DISTRESS
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