Meet With a Chaplain
Stetson’s chaplains are available to all members of the Stetson community regardless of their spiritual affiliation or non-affiliation. They are happy to provide spiritual guidance or just to listen without judging and offer friendship and compassion.
Chaplains are confidential resources, meaning they will not share information about your conversations without your permission.
Chaplains Sensei Morris Doshin Sullivan and Pastor Demetris Pressley are both available to meet on conferencing platforms available to all Stetson students, faculty and staff. To make an appointment, email:
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life will host SMART Recovery meetings again beginning in the spring semester, but meetings are available online in the meantime through SMART Recovery’s online community.
SMART Recovery is a science-based self-help program for people seeking independence from alcohol, drugs, gambling and other addictive behaviors. It is a good resource for people who wonder if their drinking may be causing them problems; who may be addicted to drugs or otherwise substance-dependent and want to evaluate recovery options; whose gambling, excessive internet use or gaming is causing problems in life; or who have tried another recovery program before and didn’t feel it was right for them.
Until meetings resume in Griffith Hall, visitSMART Recovery’s online community.https://www.smartrecovery.org/community/