Tuesday, October 12, 2021

9:30 am – 2:00 pm
Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration

In this workshop, a four-person panel consisting of a counselor, therapist/spiritual director, a veteran spiritual director, and a novice spiritual director will lead us in determining how these professions might support one another in service to their clients and directees. 

*A box lunch is included in the fee for this workshop.

Panelist Bios

Dr. Holliman has been a licensed professional counselor since 2006.  He has worked with individuals, families, and children in private practice, non-profits, elementary schools, and university campus clinics. In addition he has worked in higher education training and supervision of counselors. He has published over 20 manuscripts. He currently is in private practice focusing on the treatment of anxiety, depression, and trauma with adults.

 

Dr. Therese Adamiec received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology in 1982.  She has had the privilege of providing psychotherapy to adults for over 40 years, specializing in life transitions, grief and loss, LGBTQ issues, and spiritual concerns. She is also a graduate of the HeartPaths DFW spiritual direction training program. She has served on its faculty since 2009 where she is also Year One Coordinator and Registrar.

 

Eunice Cheshire has offered spiritual direction for 25 years and has been training and supervising spiritual directors for more than twelve of those years. She was a co-founder of Spiritual Ministries Institute in 2002 and continues to serve on its Board.  She is a founding faculty member of HeartPathsDFW, a Christian formation program in spiritual leadership and spiritual direction, serving the metroplex since 2006. 

 

 

Mary Louise Ludt is a recent graduate of HeartPathsDFW where she completed a three-year program that included contemplative prayer and spiritual leadership, the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola, and a practicum in spiritual direction. She has served as a catechist, director of religious education, and a pastoral care provider to end-of-life patients, abused women, and women in crisis. She holds a certificate of Pastoral Lay Ministry from Oblate School of Theology – Lay Ministry Institute. She is a practicing spiritual director.

 

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Tuesday, February 22, 2022

9:30 am – 2:00 pm
Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration

We have an internal library of unconscious God images that we’ve absorbed from our parents, community, faith traditions, culture, and life experiences. These have been imprinted on our psyches. And from this largely hidden collection we experience our soul’s deeper orientation toward God, one that persistently tells us who we are to God and who God is to us. Becoming aware of our God-images and then healing distorted images is the work of God in and through spiritual direction.

*A box lunch is included in the fee for this workshop.

BETH AND DAVID BOORAM

Beth and David Booram are authors, spiritual directors, and co-founders of Fall Creek Abbey, an urban retreat center in the heart of Indianapolis. As the hosts of Fall Creek Abbey they have welcomed more than 9000 guests to this quiet spot in their city where folks are invited to step away from their responsibilities and reorient their hearts to the loving heart of God. The Boorams train others in the  ministry of spiritual direction through The School of Spiritual Direction

Beth is the author/co-author of five books, including Starting Something New: Spiritual Direction for Your God-given Dream where she tells the story of Fall Creek Abbey. When Faith Becomes Sight, co-authored with David, was the recipient of the InterVarsity Press Reader’s Choice Award for 2019. David has his M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

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