Gloria Woodland, DMin

Gloria Woodland, DMin

Biography

Director of the Chaplaincy & Spiritual Care Program
Assistant Professor of Chaplaincy Studies 

MB Seminary

gloria.woodland@twu.ca

Gloria has had the opportunity to be involved in denominational ministry and many years of experience in public-sector chaplaincy. In addition to her faculty responsibilities at ACTS Seminaries, she is privileged with opportunities to be a conference presenter at national and international conferences and to be a consultant for non-profit ministry organizations on the inclusion of spiritual care in their ministry activity. 

Research Interest

Spiritual Care Delivery to Disenfranchised Populations 
Theological Heritage of Christian Chaplaincy in Contemporary Spiritual Care 
Theory and Praxis of Chaplaincy Education 
Religious and Spiritual Plurality in Health Care 
Medical Assistance in Dying 

Courses Taught: 
Spiritual Care – Chaplaincy Courses 
Theology of Pastoral Care 
Pastoral Counselling 
Crisis Intervention

Education

MACS (Pastoral Care & Chaplaincy) - ACTS Seminaries 

DMin (Pastoral Counselling) - Providence Theological Seminary