NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, May 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The SCA University of Theology and Spirituality is very proud to announce the Rev. Dr. Eric J. Hall, DTh, APBCC, has been named board member and chancellor. He joins the Rev. Dr. William R. Greaver III, Psy.D and the Rev. Dr. Lori Erwin-Johnson at that post.
Hall has broad experience and expertise in organizational and business development. He is the founder of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, a managing partner of the Alzheimer’s Care Specialists — an in home care company, and pastor of Eastchester Church. He is also currently president and CEO of HealthCare Chaplaincy Network (HCCN) and its affiliate, Spiritual Care Association (SCA). HCCN is a global nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance the integration of spiritual care in health care to increase patient satisfaction and help people faced with illness and grief find comfort and meaning.
Hall is a graduate and holds a DTh from University of Theology and Spirituality, an MDiv and an MA from Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J. He is a resident of Glen Cove, N.Y.
“I am proud to be part of a university where spiritual care is the centerpiece of and specialty for education and professional preparedness,” said Hall.
Hall is the visionary behind SCA, a multidisciplinary organization including First Responder Chaplaincy and Parish Nursing. Now with 18 offices in 17 countries, this is the first-ever membership association for spiritual care providers that establishes evidence-based quality indicators, scope of practice, and a knowledge base for spiritual care in health care.
The SCA University of Theology and Spirituality offers quality online spiritual training for individuals called to serve and specializes in theological degree paths. UTS offers associate, bachelor, master and doctoral degrees in: spiritual care, chaplaincy, pastoral ministry, spiritual direction, progressive studies, clinical pastoral psychotherapy, religious education, and pyschophysiology chaplaincy.
UTS was created to help professionals and volunteers reach their goals of advancing their spiritual training and earning their degrees. The multi-faith degree programs provide students with the skill set and knowledge to serve as guides and assist others in their own spiritual growth. And the spiritual care degree focus allows professional care providers to expand their education to include working with a person’s spiritual needs as well as their physiological, social and psychological needs.
To learn more, visit www.UofTS.org or contact UTS at Phone: (253) 314-6933, Fax: (253) 212-3343 or info@UofTS.org.
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