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Our Vision
To provide life care and training services to
holistically transform lives, families,
and communities.
Our Miss...
About Us
Bukal Life Care was first organized in 2009 in
response to the devastation in Northern Luzon due
to Typhoon Pepen...
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Bukal Life Care Brochure 2014


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Pastoral Care and Training brochure for Bukal Life Care in Baguio City, Philippines

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Bukal Life Care Brochure 2014

  1. 1. Our Vision To provide life care and training services to holistically transform lives, families, and communities. Our Mission We integrate spiritual and psychological insight to promote holistic growth through pastoral care of individuals, conflict resolution of social groups, and training for ministerial caregivers in the Philippines. Mailing Address 232 Lower Ferguson Road Guisad 2600 Baguio City Ministry Office On the campus of Philippine Baptist Theological Seminary, Tacay Road Baguio City Information Contact Phone: 0933-302-0373 Email: Helpline: BukalLifeCare c/oPhilippineBaptist TheologicalSeminary 19TacayRoad BaguioCity,ZIP2600 Phone0933-302-0373 RecipientName StreetAddress Address2 City,STZIPCode Bukal Life Care Help for the Hurting
  2. 2. About Us Bukal Life Care was first organized in 2009 in response to the devastation in Northern Luzon due to Typhoon Pepeng, providing medical care, emergency response goods, and crisis counseling to primary, secondary, and tertiary victims. We were registered in 2010 (Sec. Reg. CN201029479). We focus on the psychological, emotional, and spiritual needs of those in need in the Philippines. We are an ecumenical Christian organization and believe that the faith of our clients is a potential resource in healing. Clinical Pastoral Education We provide training for pastoral staff and chaplains through our Clinical Pastoral Eduction program (CPE). We are certified as a training center for CPE by the College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy (CPSP, Our training is interfaith and we have batches of trainees going through the program most of the year, with our CPE- Intensive program occurring March to May. Our training and practical ministry is held in partnering hospitals and jails in the Baguio-La Trinidad region. Disaster Response/Crisis Care During times of disaster or community crisis, we send in teams for stress defusing/debriefing. Our team members are trained in a number of different forms of crisis care including: NOVA, CISD, Psychological First Aid, and Psychosocial Processing. Additionally, we have members trained in play therapy, art therapy, and story therapy for children. We commonly work with other government and non- government organizations in these ventures, and have sent teams to Benguet, La Union, Pampanga, Cagayan de Oro, Leyte, Cebu, Bohol, Aklan, and Iloilo, to help communities heal from disasters (both natural and man-made). Training In addition to our CPE program, we hold trainings in a number of topics. Some of these are available to the public, while others are at the request of specific organizations. Our public trainings are commonly held at Philippine Baptist Theological Seminary (Baguio City) approximately monthly. Recent topics have included disaster response, intentional conversation, models of pastoral care, and mediation. We have traning modules and a large number of topics that we hold upon request by groups. These are typically 2 hours to 1 day, although some like Disaster Response Chaplaincy can be up to one week in length. • Responsible Parenting • Conflict Resolution and Confrontation • Learning Theory and Education Styles • Values Education • Pastoral Care Principles • Personality Assessment • Anger and Stress Management • and more... The length and format may be adjusted to the needs of the group. Life Care The term, life care, covers a wide array of personal services that are available when needed. Life Care includes three major areas: Pastoral Care: Classic interaction/intervention in providing support in sustaining, healing, guiding, and reconciling. This may include one-on-one psychospiritual care, pre-marital or marital counseling, and conflict resolution. This may also include group or individual debriefing. Crisis Care: Providing stress defusion or stress debriefing after personal or small group trauma. Member Care: This involves psychoemotional care commonly within the context of professional missions or ministry. Staff Robert Munson, ThD. Administrator. Clinically-Trained-Minister Celia Munson, Clinical Chaplain, Pastoral Counselor. CPE SIT. Paul Tabon, ThD. Clinical Chaplain, Pastoral Counslor. CPE SIT. Jehny Pedazo. Clinical Chaplain, Pastoral Counselor. Rebecca Taylor. Assoc. Clinical Chaplain, Assoc. Pastoral Counselor Additional Staff Specialists: Alexis Mendoza, Ptr. Bart dela Cruz, Serafina Tenenan.