Understanding the spiritual and emotional needs of siblings of children who have a rare disease through the lens of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
Just signed the author agreement for this article in the International Journal of Children's Spirituality on behalf of my three co-authors!
First time I have been able to put my new affiliation on a journal article - Senior Research Fellow at St Padarn's Institute alongside my Centre for Paediatric Spiritual Care role!
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Always good to process and unload negative thoughts, not let them park in your head! ... See MoreSee Less
Presenting our sibling research at USA conference, spiritual and emotional needs of siblings who have brother and sister with chronic disease ... See MoreSee Less
Have you read the book The Normal One?
First sighting of bluebells!
Up and out early-ish this morning to the bluebell woods. Enjoy a film without me in it!
Love the seasonal flowers, snowdrops, primroses and now bluebells, they help anchor me with an understanding of seasonality.
All a part of my spiritually healthy choices - engaging with nature and the environment is one of the four domains I explore with clients.
Message me if you want to know more about my spiritual health check up launching soon.
#spiritualhealth #seasons #bluebells ... See MoreSee Less
www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqPRJzpj9Lw Definitely worth watching this if you missed it first time round - so blessed to have Al and Ruth as colleagues (although Ruth sadly leaving soon for her curacy!).... ... See MoreSee Less
Keep coming across material I have developed for various contexts, this was for someone moving on from their current post, love the cartoon! ... See MoreSee Less
One of the things which has helped me over many years is doing a spiritual exercise (called the examen). I have used it in both church and in NHS settings and I have written a short guide to using it. mailchi.mp/85a54a4b1fce/doingwhatbringsmelife You can access it via this link through signing up for my mailing list (unsibscribe at any time).
I talk about using it in this video - morning sun in the garden! ... See MoreSee Less
Hi Sally, the link doesn’t seem to work. I’m quite interested in this x
Is there a link?
Thrilled about this - I am joining a great team and a really exciting Masters programme - get in touch if you are interested.We are really excited that the (Revd Dr) Sally Nash will be joining the St Padarn’s team to help deliver our MA for Children, Young People and Family specialists. Sally will join us as Senior Research Fellow and will teach several of our core Masters modules including Leadership and Collaboration. Sally comes to us with a wealth of experience including over 20 years work in theological education preceded by 15 years in training roles with Youth for Christ. She is widely published in the fields of mission and ministry with several of her books already part of our core reading lists.
Sally comments, "I am delighted to be joining St Padarn's at this pivotal time in their development with their highly regarded Masters course becoming part of the Durham University Common Awards Offering. I am looking forward to joining a passionate, creative team and contributing to the building of God's Kingdom across the UK and beyond".
Sally is an Anglican priest, a qualified school and higher education teacher, her most recent PhD is in shame in the church, her previous doctorate is in urban youth work and she continues to research and publish extensively. Sally will continue her freelance work alongside the input she gives to St Padarns.
For further information on this MA or to join our September intake, please e-mail: Tina.Franklin@stpadarns.ac.uk. ... See MoreSee Less
April 21 Newsletter - mailchi.mp/a1daef66cce5/april-21-newsletter-4952124 ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for recommending my book Sally, much appreciated x