The Graduate Academy of CPE Supervision has partnered with the University of Theology and Spirituality.
Uniting Head and Heart from a bio-psycho-socio-spiritual perspective.
Offer best practices in:
Clinical Pastoral Education
CPE Supervisor Fellow Education
Internship, Practicum, and Fellowship Supervision
Spiritual Enrichment, Pastoral Formation, and Skill Sets leading to Advanced Practice Chaplaincy
CPE is transformational: Learners lives are often transformed forever.
CPE is clinical: Where real people interact with real people who are hurting, as opposed to textbook learning.
CPE is a group experience: Learners come together sharing knowledge and assisting each other in the process.
CPE is experiential: The learning occurs upon experiences out in the world.
CPE is an experiential transformational clinical training program for the chaplain, lay minister, ordained, professional pastor, social worker, nurse, spiritual director, spiritual life coach, thanatologist, death doula, spiritual care manager, psychotraumatologist, religious educator, volunteer chaplain, suicidologist, militay chaplain, workplace chaplain, hospice worker, palliative care service provider, prison chaplain, priest, psycho spiritual counselor, spiritually integrated psychotherapist, biblical counselor, first responder chaplain, rabbi, imam, pastoral counselor, clinical pastoral psychotherapist, seminary student, CPE supervisor, and spiritual care provider.
Our CPE Program
The Graduate Academy of CPE Supervision works in partnership with the
Center for Spiritual Care & Pastoral Formation (CSCPF).
The Graduate Academy of CPE Supervision also works in partnership with the
Spiritual Care Association
Core Chaplain Beliefs
The Chaplain is Chaplain to all. The Chaplain functions from an interfaith, inter denominational, interspiritual, intercommunity, multifaith, interreligious, integral, dialogical approach to ministry with a heavy emphasis on listening. The pedagogical, andragogical, or teaching, process focuses on the growth of the student, on the path that they are on, and does not attempt to change their path. The Pastoral Care modality taught is one that does not evangelize, nor attempt to convert.