New Resource for Consensus-based decision making

From time to time,  publications and works come through my inbox that strike me as being pertinent or interesting for our membership.   This is one such occasion.    Jim Madden is a peer of mine from Waterloo Lutheran Seminary and he has recently written a Practical Guide for Consensus-Based Decision Making which can be downloaded as a PDF from our Educational Events adn Resources page.  (Click here to view).  Here if a bit more about the author:

 Jim Madden has worked as a community organizer, a sociologist, in the public health system as a program evaluator and program manager, and in various roles in the mental health system. Jim is currently System Coordinator for the London-Middlesex Children and Youth Mental Health System (as part of the provincial Moving on Mental Health initiative.) For his “third act of life,” Jim finished a Master of Arts degree in Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary (Wilfrid Laurier University) in 2015, and is also a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) in private practice.

 My hope is that this may be of interest to some of our membership.

 Bright blessings,

 Pamela A. Loughton, MA., MDiv., RP (Qualifying), AHPCE

Communications Officer

CASCSWONT Executive Committee

Our thanks to Jim for sharing his work with CASC members

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