Students practice and complete a specified number of hours of individual spiritual mentoring of others while enrolled in Soul Care Practicum I. Work is done at a faculty approved site (Biola, church setting etc.) under the supervision of faculty. This also includes a weekly small group which focuses on theoretical training as well as individual supervision and training throughout the semester to foster personal growth and insight into the work of doing spiritual mentoring.
Prerequisite: TTSF 578. Institute for Spiritual Formation program course; open to students in Spiritual Formation academic programs only.
Notes: Required of M.A. Soul Care students, optional for M.Div. students.