AT385: Twelve Step Spirituality Practicum
AT385 – TWELVE STEP SPIRITUALITY PRACTICUM
The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and other recovery groups provide a guide for spiritual health and growth that is available for all people in all walks of life. This course invites participants to look closely at the Twelve Steps, reflect on the practices, pray in the way of Twelve Step spirituality, and discern how the Twelve Steps can inform their holistic living. The course also gives attention to how clergy, spiritual directors, counselors, and all who companion others can draw upon the Twelve Steps for their ministries.
Students interested in or applying for the spiritual direction program may either take this course as a one-credit practicum or couple it with PT 7 – Addiction: The Church's Role in Recovery, held on the same Wednesdays in the evening, to earn two credits towards fulfilling degree requirements. Those choosing to take both courses would write one final paper focusing specifically on Twelve Step spirituality in the parish setting.
Adj. Prof. Stuart Hoke. 1 Credit.
Easter 2013. Six Wednesdays beginning March 20, 3:30-5:20pm.
If this is the first course you are registering for in the Trinity 2012 term, please add a non-refundable $100 Academic Fee. If you have already registered for a course in this term, you do not need to add the Academic Fee.