Boundary Training for Clergy & Lay Leaders
Boundary Training for Judicatories Everyone in leadership in the church, regionally and locally, needs to understand and respect “boundaries.” It often falls to the judicatory body (presbytery, diocese, conference) to provide this vital and essential training. Samaritan Counseling Center provides both ½ day and full day customizable boundary training that meets the necessary requirements and is relevant to the lives of the participants. In the training, participants discuss the places the various threads of our lives intersect individually and collectively, and how to deal with the intersections in life-giving ways. Participants also explore how one maintains a sense of self—i.e. individuation—while not damaging or encroaching on another’s sense of self. The interactive approach Samaritan takes to boundary training provides the right mix of information participants need and the relevance they want. For further information contact David Miron at Dmiron@scclanc.org.
Boundary Training for Congregational Leaders Maintaining proper, respectful and life-giving boundaries is essential for any congregation to remain healthy and safe. Samaritan Counseling Center highly recommends providing boundary training for both clergy and laypersons to reinforce an understanding that everyone has a part to play in developing and maintaining healthy and appropriate boundaries. In the congregational setting, boundary training opens up the conversation around how we treat each other; how we get along and how we want to be in community. The training clarifies the need for an understanding of roles and responsibilities. Samaritan Counseling Center offers both ½ day and full day, interactive, boundary training. For further information contact David Miron at Dmiron@scclanc.org.
“We were delighted with David’s presentational skill and collegial presence. He led us through good content in an engaging way; he interacted with those gathered, and he helped us to think about important matters for our personal and professional lives. David did an excellent job of keeping the presentation understandable and useful, and the group gathered was grateful that they had spent time on the subject.”—Presbytery of Donegal
For more information about this and other services for clergy and congregations, contact David Miron, at 717-560-1949, extension 108 or email@example.com.