Events Calendar

  • Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy Training

    Online led by Russell Siler Jones and Ayo Yetunde. Begins January 28, Ends May 6. Russell Siler Jones is a pastoral counselor in Asheville, NC, author of Spirit in Session: Working with Your Client's Spirituality (and Your Own) in Psychotherapy, and Director of the Residency in Psychotherapy and Spirituality for CareNet/Wake Forest Baptist Health. Pamela Ayo Yetunde is a pastoral counselor in Chicago, IL, author of Object Relations, Buddhism, and Relationality in Womanist Practical Theology and co-editor of Black and Buddhist: What Buddhism Can Teach Us about Race, Resilience, Transformation & Freedom. Combined, Russell and Ayo have 45 years of experience as counselors.

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    Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy Training

    Online led by Martin W. Phillips. Begins February 4, Ends June 3.

  • Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy Training

    Online led by Roosevelt Brown and Doug Thorpe. Begins March 18, Ends April 22. Roosevelt Brown is the Chief Chaplain at the Hampton Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He provides pastoral counseling to veterans and their families in the Family Support Program and he works part-time at the Peninsula Pastoral Counseling Center. Roosevelt is a LMFT who has 25 years of experience integrating spirituality and religion into his clinical practice. Doug Thorpe is Executive Director of the Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care and a Licensed Professional Counselor. He is excited to be offering this training in Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy to therapists of diverse backgrounds and theoretical orientations.

  • Freedom, Wonder and Liberation: Anti-bias Practices of Spiritual Care and Education

    Save the date for the 2022 joint annual conference presented by the Association of Professional Chaplains and ACPE: The Standard for Spiritual Care and Education. The 2022 conference theme, “Freedom, Wonder, and Liberation: Anti-Bias Practices of Spiritual Care and Education” invites the engagement of all community care professionals, 1st Responders, and all our organizational members by facing the urgency of this moment. We need the collective wisdom of our chaplains, our educators, and our psychotherapists as we continue to face into the interlocking pandemics of bias, injustice, and COVID-19.