Cert IV TAE 40110, Cert IV Christian Ministry and Theology 10433 NAT, ThA, Dip RACOG, MBBS, MSocSc, DMin.
Christine has been teaching in the Pastoral Theology area since 2000 and is currently a lecturer with Eva Burrows College, a member College of the University of Divinity. Her subject areas have ranged from Introduction to Pastoral Theology and Ministry and Supervised Ministry units, to leadership and youth and children’s ministry as well as spirituality.
Her doctoral thesis “Spiritual Resilience and Well-Being in Protestant Clergy: Strategies that Produce Longevity explored the experiences of exemplar clergy to discover their strategies for thriving in ministry.
She has presented at the Safe as Churches Conferences on “Preventing Burnout” and “The Benefits of Supervision” as well as a paper on “Stewardship of Self: Individual and Community Flourishing at the Thought Matters Conference.
She has been a frequent presenter at Salvation Army seminars and conferences on topics such as Transitions, Change, Well-being, Stress Management, Burnout, and Resilience.
Christine presented talks on depression, and anxiety on the radio show Light and Life.
She has presented a number of papers to the leadership of The Salvation Army, and worked with number of Salvation Army Corps to develop pastoral care systems.
Accredited teaching disciplines
- ACMN (Member )
- BIAPT (Member)
- WTS (Member)
- IAPT (Member)
- ACEN (Member)
- ACWR (Member)