Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy Training
The SIP training program is a multi-disciplinary, inter-spiritual, multi-racial community of persons gathered for education, connection, and formation in the work of spiritually integrated psychotherapy. It serves licensed and pre-licensed mental health professionals (i.e., counselors, social workers, marriage and family therapists, pastoral counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, addiction specialists, and more), as well as graduate students in any of those disciplines who seek to explore the ways spirituality, religion, and the search for meaning influence their own lives and the lives of their clients. 30 hours of NBCC CE’s are offered.
The training dates for this 30-hour program are November 5-19, 2021.
For more information and registration link, contact trainer Patricia Williams.
Patricia Ann Robinson Williams, Ph.D., D. Min., LMFT
Rev. Dr. Williams is a former professor of Biblical and Pastoral Counseling who is currently in private practice serving individuals challenged by grief, trauma, and attachment wounds. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist with expertise in pastoral theology and narrative theology. She has fifteen years of experience in congregational ministry and has practiced as a licensed therapist for twelve years. Williams is also currently an ACPE trainer for spiritually integrated psychotherapy. She holds a Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling and Psychology and a Doctor of Ministry in Narrative Theology. She has expanded her expertise with certifications in clinical trauma provision, grief recovery, narrative therapy, and spiritually integrated psychotherapy.
ACPE SIP Training Cancellation Policy
Registrants for ACPE SIP trainings may cancel their registration up to 24 hours before the training begins and receive a 75% refund. The request for registrant refund will be approved by the SIP trainer.