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WEBINAR: Humanist chaplaincy/counseling: methodology (26 February, 10h00)

In succession to the online meeting last december, EHP will host a new webinar on the 26th of February (10h00 European Time).

The webinar by Anouk Bolsenbroek will explore the work of the late Jan Hein Mooren on humanist chaplaincy and its methodology. This webinar was supposed to be given in december last year, but on that day Jan Hein tested positive for Covid 19 and a few days later sadly he passed away. He will be missed, but his work and legacy remains with us.

The webinar could be useful for chaplains, both experienced and beginning, but also for those who are otherwise interested, or developing humanist services. After the webinar you will receive some usefull literature.

Participation is free. After registration a link to the webinar will be sent by e-mail.

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