FAQ on Spiritual Direction

(Frequently Asked Questions) on Spiritual Direction

What is spiritual direction?

Spiritual direction is the process of accompanying people on their spiritual journey. A spiritual director works with seekers who wish to listen for the voice of God/Goddess in their lives, discern the spiritual dimensions of vocation, or offer listening and guidance around spiritual practice.

What are you currently offering?

I am currently enrolled in the Spiritual Direction Certification program with Cherry Hill Seminary. During the second year of the course we work with three people, for free, as a practicum. If you are interested in receiving spiritual direction from me, for free, please use my contact form to set up an initial interview.

What will this be like?

We will meet for an hour-long session, once a month, on Zoom or, by prior arrangement, with another video-conferencing app. We open and close with a centering or grounding moment.

Do I have to be a person of a particular faith to benefit from spiritual direction?

Spiritual direction is for people of any faith. As a spiritual director, My role is to companion you in your particular articulation of what provides ultimate meaning to you- even if you might consider yourself a humanist or atheist. Your understanding of yourself and your relationship to spirituality may change over time; the tools and resources that we may use in spiritual direction sessions will reflect what is most present and necessary to you and your curiosity in the current moment and can be informed by a range of faith traditions.

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