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December 2009
Consultation B&W
ACPE e-News
A publication of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc.
Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling
 Vol 63, No 3,4 (2009)
 
 
The Journal of Pastoral Care Publications Inc. has announced that the latest issue (Vol.63:3-4) of The Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling is now available for electronic access.  You have the right of access by virtue of your membership in the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc.
  
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Please note, also, that you will be able to access archived issues of JPC&C in perpetuity even if you cease being a member of a sponsoring professional association. Note, also, that if you cease being eligible to receive JPC&C through a sponsoring professional association, you can enter an individual subscriptions.

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Thanks for the continuing interest in our work, Dr. Terry R. Bard, Editor. Phone 617-969-2697. Fax 617-964-0118. MngEd@jpcp.org
In This Issue
JPCP
Leadership Survey
ACPE Program Awards
Quick Links
 
Teresa Snorton
Managing Editor
 
Assistant Editor
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Leadership Survey
 

Dear Colleagues,
 
I would like to request your participation in a survey designed to gather important information about leadership and our profession. This survey is designed to help professionals answer the question, "Am I keeping up-to-date in my practice?" The data will be used to inform us how we are doing in practice, and to identify ongoing professional development needs.
 
Recent survey data by the Carnegie Foundation indicates 80% of former seminary students report significant practice gaps in their preparation for ministry. Seminary alumni/ae report not feeling adequately prepared to address some of the pastoral concerns they faced, including the leadership and management roles they assumed after graduation.
 
Because many of us who are trained as clinicians and chaplains are now being called upon to demonstrate competency (knowledge and skills) in management and organizational leadership, I am seeking to find out where you received training (if you did), and if you did not receive explicit training, what leadership knowledge and skills you need in your current practice.
 
The results of this national survey will be presented at the 2010 APC and ACPE national conferences. The results will also be distributed to the participating organizations and made available upon request. Your contribution will add an important voice to the future of our professional learning community.
 
This survey is administered through a web-based survey. It is completely confidential and your email address will not be required. It will take approximately 10-15 minutes of your time to complete. The survey is located at https://secure.healthcarechaplaincy.org/checkbox/Survey.aspx?i=89e2bcf886864141b9d38cb4de68471e 
At the end of the survey you will have the opportunity to enter a drawing for a $50 gift card to Amazon.com.  For those wishing to enter the drawing, you will need to include your email address. After the drawing your email address will be deleted.
 
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this survey, please contact me at mmontonye@healthcarechaplaincy.org.
 
Thank you in advance for your participation.
 
 
Rev. Martin Montonye, DMin
HealthCare Chaplaincy
ACPE Supervisor/APC Board Certified Chaplain
Director of Clinical Pastoral Education
T 212-644-1111 x232 | F 212-486-1440
mmontonye@healthcarechaplaincy.org
307 East 60th Street | New York, NY 10022
 

Fall 2009 ACPE Program Awards

For innovative programs moving ACPE into the "New Generation"
in Clinical Pastoral Education
(Funds made available by the ACPE Endowment Fund,
c/o the Foundation for Clinical Pastoral Education)
 
Summer Intensive CPE Program in Rehabilitation Settings          $4,000
Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
New Brunswick, NJ
Rev. Dr. William Gaventa, ACPE Supervisor
 
 
CPE in the Recovery Ministry Program (Substance Abuse)           $5,000
Methodist Hospital of Southern California
Arcadia, CA
Rev. Brenda Simonds, ACPE Supervisor
 
 
CPE in Metro State Women's Prison                                             $5,500
Care and Counseling Center of Georgia
Decatur, GA
Sandra Mullins, Executive Director
Franklin Duncan, ACPE Supervisor
 
 
CPE at Presbyterian University of East Africa                                $5,500
University of Louisville CPE program in collaboration with
Presbyterian Church of East Africa
Nairobi, Kenya
Rev. Cal Brand, ACPE Supervisor in Kenya Jan 2010
Rev. Njunga Kuria, ACPE Supervisor and Dept Director, U of L
Rev. Lyle Dykstra and Rev. Joseph Mothaly, Kenya
 
 
TOTAL                                                                                           $20,000