Online Courses

CMI-10: Making a Meaningful Referral - Extending Care

Price: FREE CE: 1.00

You have already completed modules about listening and responding skills, explored how to build caring relationships, examined different developmental stages, role and boundary concerns, and recognizing spiritual wholeness indicators. So, now your skills have been increased, but what will you do when you encounter someone who needs more than you can safely provide. What if their needs are for more that a supportive, compassionate, and present relationship?

Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

  1. Describe the importance of collaboration and communication with other professional spiritual support providers for the care of their teams.
  2. Identify the behavioral signs that a referral is a necessary next step.
  3. Understand the dynamics of making a meaningful referral for care.
  4. Share some insights about what makes referrals sometimes difficult to make.

Qualified Planners/Faculty

Ramona Reynolds, M.Div., MHA, BCC, ACPE Certified Educator

Ramona Reynolds serves as Executive Director of Ministry Education and Research for AdventHealth Central Division and The Ministry Education and Research at AdventHealth University. She is a Board Certified Chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains, an ACPE Certified Educator and an ordained minister in the Baptist tradition. Her Master of Divinity degree was completed at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY, and her Master of Healthcare Administration was completed at AdventHealth University in Orlando, FL.

Disclosures
This author has disclosed there are no conflicts of interest  nor commercial interest.

Orlando, Florida 32803
Phone: 407-303-5297
https://www.ahu.edu
Contact Hours: 1, Category: Referrals, Expires: 10/31/2021
  • I understand that in order to receive credit for completing the online course(s) I must watch the entire course, complete the quizzes, pass the post test, and fill out the evaluation for each course.
  • I agree to adhere to the online course/program integrity guidelines, and that once I have successfully completed the course, I will be able to print my Certificate of Completion and submit to AHU Institute for Ministry Education and Research if required to do so.
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Conflicts of Interest

There have been no conflicts of interest disclosed by planners, authors, or presenters; nor has there been disclosure of any relevant financial relationships with any commercial companies or their products pertaining to this activity.

Commercial Company Support

This activity is not supported by any commercial companies nor are there any staff commercial affiliations.

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