The College of Pastoral Supervision & Psychotherapy is a theologically based covenant community, dedicated to "recovery of the soul" and promoting competency in the clinical pastoral field.
The PR is both a formal and an informal publication. Articles will appear on the PR written by well-known writers. Equally true, the PR is also intended to be a place for informal publication, especially for those who do not consider themselves “writers” but who have something to share with the CPSP community and as well as with others in the clinical pastoral field.
The PR encourages you to send us your ponderings: a clinical case and reflection, a pastoral experience you encountered, a fresh idea about the practice of clinical training and supervision, a theological reflection, a supervisory event, a clinical case presented by a trainee, a discovery related to your psychotherapy practice, a celebration of your Chapter life, and whatever else stimulates your passion in the clinical practice of ministry.
The PR’s mission is to also be the central communication center for the CPSP community. The PR welcomes your news and announcements. We want you to share what is happening in your clinical practice, ministry base, training center, chapter life, etc. Critical to any organization is the free flow of information. This is what helps CPSP remain a vibrant and dynamic community.
The PR Forum is a password-protected community center for CPSP members only. The Forum will provide the opportunity to engage members of the CPSP community around diverse subject matters and topics. The Forum is highly interactive and dialogical. I think you will find it to be informative, fun and provocative. E-mail the PR for access to the Forum.
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The views expressed in the CPSP Pastoral Report on the Web are not necessarily those of the College of Pastoral Supervision & Psychotherapy, Inc. nor the CPSP Pastoral Report on the Web unless otherwise indicated.
Articles submitted to the PR are subject to editorial review and change.
I’m confident that as you read the Pastoral Report you will come to understand how it is that the College of Pastoral Supervision & Psychotherapy is the future of clinical pastoral training and its commitment to “Recovery of Soul” in the clinical pastoral movement.
Perry Miller, Editor