Copeland teaches in the discipline of spirituality with a particular emphasis on the role of spirituality and spiritual practices in the formation of healthy, faithful, religious leaders. His scholarly interests include the the Enneagram as a tool for personal and spiritual transformation, reflected in his dissertation, Exploring Effects of the Intersection of the Enneagram and Spiritual Practices upon the Spiritual Lives of Divinity Students, as well as his podcast and book, Heart of the Enneagram. Copeland is an ordained minister, spiritual director, certified teacher of the Enneagram in the Narrative Tradition, labyrinth facilitator, and InterPlay leader.
BS, Wake Forest; MDiv, Emory; JD, Emory; DMin, San Francisco Theological Seminary
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