Clinical Pastoral Training Series at LSU Medical College Announced
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Continuation of Last Year's Course SUNDAY, SEPT. 12, 1971 - THE SHREVEPORT TIMES Clinical Pastoral Training Series At LSU Medical College Announced The C o m m i t t e e on Religion and Medicine of the Shreveport Medical Society will coordinate a Clinical Pastor-al Training Course again this year, ac-cording to Dr. Charles C. Schober, pro-fessor and head of the Department of Psychiatry at the Louisiana State Uni-versity Medical College, in Shreveport. Schober said that the series of weekly programs on topics relevant to religion and medicine would be a continuation of Parkview Baptist Church. The course will be held in the nurses' classroom in the basement of Schumpert Hospital each Wednesday 1-3 p.m. beginning Sept. 22. The first program in the series concerns value systems in religion and psychiatry and will be directed by Dr. Nathan J. Bender, associate clinical professor of psychiatry at the LSU School of Medicine. All programs are under the joint sponsorship of the Committee of Medi-cine and Religion, Shreveport Medical Society; the LSU School of Medicine in B o s s i e r , and the Shreveport-Bossier Council of Medicine and Religion. Schober explained that a $25 registra-tion fee covers attendance for both semesters of the course and listed the following programs in the order of their presentation, from Wednesday, Sept. 22, through Wednesday, April 26: First semester: Value Systems in Religion and Psychiatry; Stress-Psycho-logical and Physical; Pre-Marital Coun-selling; Problems in Marriage; Dealing with Parents (families) of Physically or Emotionally Disturbed Children; Adoles-cence — Its impact on the Adolescent, his Family and Environment; Suicide and the Suicidal Person; The Question of A b o r t i o n ; Personality Development; Guilt-Normal and Abnormal Variations; Anger — Dealing with One's Own and Others. Second semester beginning Wednes-day, January 19: Sex Education: How it is Done and How to Teach Teachers; The Major Psychoses: Schizophrenia and the Manic-Depressive Illness; The Paranoid Person; the Neuroses; Drugs and Drug Abuse; Sexual Disturbances; Psychso-matic Conditions; Problems of Aging and the Elderly; Problems with Alcohol; Personality Disorders; The Depressed Person; The Seriously 111 or Dying Patient; Types of Psychotherapy.
|Title||Clinical Pastoral Training Series at LSU Medical College Announced|
Clinical Pastoral Education
Schober, Charles C.
Louisiana State University School of Medicine (Shreveport, La.)
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