IASC is an association with the aim to foster exchange in the fields of research and practice of Spiritual Care. Its members are researchers, practitioners and other interested parties who are involved in Spiritual Care.
Save the Date: IASC Conference 2017, July 9 – 11 in Palestine / Israel
The Second Annual Conference of the IASC on “Healing Hatred: Spiritual Challenges in a Context of Political Conflict” will take place on July 9 – 11, 2017. The first day will be in Jerusalem, the second in Bethlehem and the third day in Beit Jala (Palestine / Israel).
The conference is organized by the International Association for Spiritual Care in collaboration with the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion, the Rossing Center for Education and Dialogue and the Holy Land Trust.
Fr. Michael Lapsley SSM Cape Town, South Africa) A South African Anglican priest and social justice activist. Director of the Institute for Healing Memory.
Sami Awad (Bethlehem, Palestine) Executive Director of Holy Land Trust
Dr. Sarah Bernstein (Jerusalem, Israel) Director of the Rossing Center for Education and Dialogue.
Dr. Ruhama Weiss (Jerusalem, Israel) Director of the Blaustein Center for Pastoral Counseling in the Hebrew Union College.
Prof. Dr. Pamela Cooper-White (New York, USA) Christiane Brooks Johnson Professor of Psychology and Religion at Union Theological Seminary in New York.
Sarah Snyder (Cumbria, United Kingdom) Advisor to the Archbishop of Canterbury on Reconciliation.
Dr. Michael Marmur (Jerusalem, Israel) Rabbi, the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Provost at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
Prof. Dr. Emmanuel Y. Lartey, Professor of Pastoral Theology, Care, and Counseling, Emory University, Atlanta, USA
Prof. Dr. med. Christina Puchalski, Founder and Director of the GW Institute for Spirituality & Health, Washington, USA
Prof. Dr. theol. et med. Doris Nauer (Vallendar, Germany)
Prof. Dr. Duane R. Bidwell (Claremont, USA)
Prof. Dr. Alexander Bischoff (Fribourg, Switzerland)
Prof. Dr. Pamela Cooper-White (New York, USA)
Dr. iur. Sarah Bernstein and Prof. Dr. Ruhama Weiss (Jerusalem, Israel)
Lic. phil. Sarah El Bulbeisi (Munich, Germany)
Prof. Dr. Isabelle Noth (Bern, Switzerland)
Prof. Dr. Daniel Schipani (Indiana, USA)
Prof. Dr. phil. Hansjörg Znoj (Bern, Switzerland)