Training and supervision
Our programs are designed, through the teaching of theory and practice:
• to enable ministers and other people of faith to develop a high degree of competence in pastoral care and psychotherapy in congregational and clinical settings;
• to prepare qualified candidates for professional certification and licensure in clinical pastoral therapy;
• to enhance the understanding of practicing mental health professionals regarding the spiritual dimension of intensive personal and couple/family therapy; and
• to provide academic credit toward graduate degrees from affiliated and cooperating universities and seminaries.
• Gain an advanced understanding from both psychological and theological perspectives of the development and dynamics of human personality and interpersonal relationship systems; abnormal behavior and psychopathology; and theories and methods of psychotherapy.
• Learn from theoretical study and clinical experience under qualified supervision.
• Integrate theory, practice, and appropriate uses of self in ministry.
Direct inquiries to Dr. Bruce Rogers-Vaughn