Cohort V begins in January 2023
Certification Review Panel
The Women in Leadership Committee presents
Injustice and the Care of Souls:
Taking Oppression Seriously in Pastoral Care
A Book Read Event, starting October 12. Register today.
The strength of the CPSP was exemplified in open debate, accountability, and mutual support, which established the values that came alive in the model of Chapter membership. Our ministries have thrived in this context.
I found Raymond Lawrence’s new book very engaging – partly because I had some previous exposure to Sullivan’s writings and was curious to know more, but also because I had been introduced to Anton T. Boisen’s work...
When I became CPSP President in 2015, we worked to grow our ministries and be more inclusive and diverse. We had seen the expansion of state licensure around the country, as well as the diminishing influence of religious denominational structures.
Robert Charles Powell’s classic publication, Clinical Pastoral Education: Fifty Years of Learning through Supervised Encounter with 'Living Human Documents', is reprised and expanded in this first volume of his collected writings...
If you want to become a competent pastoral clinician, first get a significant grasp of the history and theory of pastoral psychotherapy and its related social science literature. Only then will a religious authority be prepared to engage...
Raymond Lawrence reminded me to look again at the keynote address by Dr. Robert Dykstra at our 2020 Plenary. I agree with him about the importance of every one of us experiencing that address again.