Margaret McCallum has specialized training in, marriage and family therapy. She is a former faculty member Department of Family Medicine, University of Manitoba and  a member of the Manitoba College of Social Workers. She has many years of experience in congregations  and Health Care . She  is a Teaching Supervisor (CPE), Spiritual Care Practioner  and Psycho-Spiritual Therapist   certified by the Canadian Association for Spiritual Care.  She has coauthored research which has been published in the Journal of Pastoral Care and Counselling .

Julie Bergen is a CASC Certified Supervisor-Educator and Spiritual Care Practitioner.  With experience in the provision of spiritual care in acute care and long-term care settings, Julie is also trained in Social Work and has worked with victims of domestic violence, homelessness and affordable housing, youth care, parenting support, and volunteer recruitment and training.  Julie is ordained with Mennonite Church Saskatchewan.

Francis Maza is the Executive Lead for Mission, Ethics, and Spirituality for Emmanuel Care, previously known as the Catholic Health Ministry of Saskatchewan. Francis earned his B.Sc. in Medical Microbiology from the University of Saskatchewan, a Master in Theological Studies from the Lutheran Seminary in Saskatoon, and a Doctor in Ministry from St. Michael’s College, Toronto School of Theology. He further obtained his CASC Specialist Certification in 2010 and is presently a CASC Provisional Supervisor Educator.