Carrie Doehring

Associate Professor of Pastoral Care and Counseling

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Phone: (303) 765-3169
Fax: (303) 777-0164
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Carrie Doehring’s Blog

The “Iliff Spiritual Care Conversations” blog can be found at:
http://iliffspiritualcareconversations.weebly.com/

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  • The Times and Democrat -
    Chaplains try a new path to deal with PTSD

    Dan Elliott
    The Associated Press
    DENVER – A Colorado theology school is teaching Air Force chaplains to consider the religious beliefs of servicemen and women to better help them cope…

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  • Military.com -
    Chaplains try a new path to deal with PTSD

    Associated Press, Dan Elliott
    DENVER – A Colorado theology school is teaching Air Force chaplains to consider the religious beliefs of servicemen and women to better help them cope with post-traumatic stress.

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  • NPR -
    Chaplains try a new path to deal with PTSD

    Dan Elliott, Associated Press (with photo of Prof. Carrie Doehring
    A Colorado theology school is teaching Air Force chaplains to consider the religious beliefs of servicemen and women to better help them cope with post-traumatic stress.

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  • ABC News -
    Chaplains try a new path to deal with PTSD

    by Dan Elliott – DENVER — A Colorado theology school is teaching Air Force chaplains to consider the religious beliefs of servicemen and women to better help them cope with post-traumatic stress.

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  • World News -
    Chaplains try a new path to deal with PTSD

    A Colorado theology school is teaching Air Force chaplains to consider the religious beliefs of servicemen and women to better help them cope with post-traumatic stress. The goal is to build trust

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