I teach in the Bachelor & Master program of the University of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, in English and Dutch. I am also coordinator and co-creator of the post-academic educational program for non-religious celebrancy from a ritual studies perspective. I also supervise Master theses and internships with focus on existential care in different social and care institutions and enjoy giving guest lectures at various other institutes (see also lectures).
My teaching focuses on linking theory and practice. In the past, I have also given lectures on methods of research, death studies, and contemporary spirituality/religiosity and multicultural developments.
Courses at the University of Humanistic Studies:
“Fundamenten voor de celebrant” (guest lectures by prof. Laurens ten Kate, artist Ida van der Lee), Celebrantenopleiding: Rituele studies en praktijken, Praktijkcentrum Zingeving en Professie, Universiteit voor Humanisitiek, Utrecht
“Psychology in Humanistic Studies“; (Bachelor course for international exchange program, guest lectures by prof. Arjan Braam)
“Ritual care in death, dying and bereavement” (Master course on ritual in spiritual counseling, diverse guest lectures, such as Drs. Erwin Kamp, Dr. Ton Vink, prof. Carlo Leget)
“Psychological Aspects of Spiritual Counseling” (Master course with Jan Hein Mooren & Dr. Wike Seekles)
“Psychology” (Master course with Dr. Wike Seekles)
2019 “Natality and mortality as conditions for meaning”, Minor Medical Humanisties, Radboud UMC, Nijmegen
2016-present “Rituals regarding death and suffering”, International course on Palliative Care, Radboud UMC, Nijmegen
2014-present “Existential questions at the end of life”, Course of Care ethics, Radboud UMC, Nijmegen
“Spiritual Counseling 2” (Master course by prof. Christa Anbeek at University of Humanistic Studies)
“Sociology of Health” (Bachelor course by Dr. Joost Jongerden at Wageningen University)
“Contemporary spiritual practices”, “Traditions and transformations”, “Methods of research” (diverse Bachelor and Master courses at Radboud University Nijmegen)