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December 17, 1993 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-17

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Jewish woman has ever
done.
A student hi the Children's
Hospital of Michigan clinical
pastoral education program,
she is on her way to becoming
a trained chaplain, which will
allow her to provide spiritual
care in a hospital or prison.
Ms. Teeple is gaining hands-
on experience at Children's
Hospital, offering support to pa-
tients and their families and
leading them in prayer at their
request.
Next September, when this
Southfield resident finishes her
program, she will have corn-
pleted 400 hours of study, in-
cluding classroom time and
direct hospital work. When she
completes the program, Ms.
Teeple hopes to work in a hos-
pital as a chaplain.
Her classes consist of theo-
logical reflection seminars, eval-
uations of spiritual care
methods and sessions with spe-
cialists who explain specific ar-
eas of medical care.
Ms. Teeple, who at one time
contemplated becoming a rab-
bi, decided to examine pastoral
care because she was looking
for a way to help others through
her Judaism. When she did not
get a job as a non-ordained cler-
gy at a local hospice, she decid-
ed to enroll in the pastoral
education program.
Ms. Teeple does not think the
pastoral care course favors any
religion and she has never been
in a situation where she felt un-
comfortable offering spiritual
care to patients of different
faiths.
But on one occasion, when
Ms. Teeple was on call, she al-
most had to perform a baptism

for a baby who was not expect-
ed to live. The parents decided
against it.
Ms. Teeple said she would
not have felt comfortable per-
forming a baptism and would
have found someone else to do
it.
"I've never had a negative re-
action to the fact that I'm Jew-
ish," she said. "Most people
don't ask me my religion. If they
do, I tell them."
The prayers she uses are
very generic.
"I don't do prayers that are
about Jesus or Israel or any-
thing like that," she said. "Of-
ten I use a Reform Judaism
prayer book. I may change the
wording, but this usually isn't
necessary."
Because Ms. Teeple is Jew-
ish and most chaplains are not,
she originally thought her reli-
gion would be a hindrance.
"But now I realize it is ben-
eficial because most chaplain-
cy/pastoral care programs are
looking for diversity."
Sister Janet Ryan, director
of pastoral care at Children's
Hospital of Michigan, said the
program is run in an interfaith
manner.
"Religious beliefs come into
play depending on how the stu-
dents deliver spiritual care," she
said. "We help people get in
touch with their own beliefs and
values as they cope."
Since Ms. Teeple began the
pastoral care program, she has
been working with Sister Ryan
to make the curriculum more
sensitive to all religions. With
Ms. Teeple's help, some of the
text and training is being
changed and a vocabulary that
is sensitive to all religions and
religious practices is being de-
veloped, Sister Ryan said. ❑

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