Each week will comprise of either lecture recordings or synchronous practicum sessions, with accompanying reading assignments. There will be live group discussions during lecture weeks.
Course topics include:
Week 1: What is Moral Injury?
Week 2: Processing Moral Injury (Practicum)
Week 3: Identifying Moral Injury & Risk Factors
Week 4: Religious, Spiritual, Cultural Traditions
Week 5: Dimensions of Recovery
Week 6: Strategies & Processes for Recovery
Week 7: Training in Moral Injury (Practicum)
Week 8: Practicing Moral Injury (Practicum)
Week 9: Capstone Project Preparation
Week 10 +1: Capstone Project Presentations (there is an extra week to offer flexibility in scheduling final project presentations)
A certificate of completion will be offered to students who complete the course, including the capstone project.
30 CEs in chaplaincy and social work available upon request.
* MIRAC alums will have the option to "skip" course portions that overlap with MIRAC content and be credited for those sections. More information provided upon request.
** Course content will be available on the Teachable platform starting October 2, 2023. Prep materials will be posted periodically in advance of the course start date.
We are thankful to the following consultation group members who provided their expertise and insights for the curriculum: Rev. Alice Cabotaje (M.Div., BCC, ACPE), Dr. Danielle Hairston (M.D.), Dr. Frederic G. Reamer (Ph.D.), Michael Van Wert (MPH, MSW, LICSW), Rev. Dr. Stephanie M. Crumpton (Ph.D.), Rev. Dr. Trace Haythorn (Ph.D.), Rev. Dr. Zachary Moon (Ph.D.)