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.
Barbara McGuire, CPSP Registrar announces the completion of the 2005 CPSP Directory and that it is now published on CPSP's website, CPSP.ORG. The document is a downloadable PDF file. It will require you have an up-to-date free copy of Adobe Reader on your computer to view the Directory.
One easy way to search and locate the name of a member is to go to your EDIT menu and click on FIND. This brings up a window where you enter the persons name and with a click of the mouse it well search the Directory and locate the person's contact information.
Given CPSP's commitment to travel light CPSP will not go to the expense of publishing a hardcopy of the Directory. Those who want a hard copy can download the file and print their own. Given the growth of the CPSP community and the constant changing of contact information, once published the Directory is out of date. Our Registrar is committed to keeping the Directory as up-to-date as possible. All changes and additions to the Directory are to be e-mailed directly to Barbara McGuire.
The completion of the CPSP Directory has been a major task. Barbara McGuire with the able assistance of Krista Argiropolis, page layout designer and Raymond Lawrence have provided us with a valuable tool. The Directory will not only help us be connected to one another in the community, it will enable others outside the community to contact us and our service and clinical training centers.
The publication of the CPSP 2005 Directory required hours beyond measure provided by Barbara, Raymond and a few others. Just in case we forget, the CPSP owns no central office and we have no paid staff. What gets done in CPSP, such as the completion of the Directory, gets done by its members. We care that much about this very special community dedicated to the Recovery of Soul in the clinical pastorial movement. -Perry Miller, Editor
Posted by Perry Miller at March 22, 2005 9:53 PM