Burnout and Boundaries: 2022 Annual Conference

  • 07 Feb 2022
  • 11:00 AM
  • 08 Feb 2022
  • 5:30 PM


  • The first 50 Institutional members who register will receive a free ACSLHE Hoodie! This is only available to the first 50 and will disable once we hit the limit!

    If you aren't within the first 50 don't worry, you can still get a sweatshirt for only $25.
  • This registration is open to all members.
  • This registration is open to Active Institutional Members. If you missed the first 50 window for a free sweatshirt you can purchase one here for $25 with your conference registration.
  • There is no conference cost for Lifetime members.
  • There is no conference cost for Lifetime members. If you'd like an ACLSHE Hoodie the cost will be $25.
  • Available to those who wish to attend who are not members of ACLSHE.
  • Available to graduate divinity students.
  • Available to non-members who are chaplains in international settings. A registration code is required to register in this way. Inquiries can be sent to info@acslhe.org.
  • We want this to be accessible to to everyone. If you're a Divinity student but can't afford to be a member at this time use the registration code given to you.

After the impossibly unsustainable academic year we've been managing, we want to create a space for both hope and tears, "you won't believe," and "we still believe,"  as we press forward with the theme: "Boundaries and Burnout." 

Our hope for our conference, Boundaries and Burnout, is to give attendees concrete tips to recognize and alleviate burnout. We want to move towards a comprehensive understanding of boundaries and how to harness them within the framework of chaplaincy in religious and spiritual life. 

The most common feedback we received about this conference was the desire for connection and restoration. After much deliberation and the hard work of our tech committee, we have decided to host our conference on Zoom in order to focus on connecting and restoring. We decided we didn’t need all the frills and wanted to avoid any learning curves so we can focus on what matters, each other. 

We welcome you in whatever state you may be in as we face new changes in a new year. All we ask is you show up so we can hold space for one another and learn together. We encourage you to use this conference as a retreat space. Check into a hotel, set an out-of-office message, and get comfortable.  

Links to each session will be on a private page on the website and sent in an emailed program the morning of February 7th.

For more information about the conference visit ACSLHE 2022 Annual Conference

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