The Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Residency Program, under the auspices of the Department of Ministry and Pastoral Care, is accredited by the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc. Clinical Pastoral Education produces competent military chaplains for worldwide assignment in trauma and crisis ministry. The residency year encompasses four units of supervised ministry training. The educational process is one of action and reflection of theological education grounded in a person-centered approach to spiritual ministry. The military CPE Program is one of the most effective chaplain training environments for battlefield ministry. Topics include Crisis Counseling, Death and Dying, Grief Counseling, Family Systems, and Spirituality. Seminars include Interpersonal Relationship Seminars, Didactic Seminars, Pastoral Care Report Seminars, Theological Reflection Seminars, and Worship Seminars. The Individual Supervisory Hour provides one-on-one training and consultation for pastoral education.
The CPE Program at DDEAMC is accredited to provide Level I/II Clinical
Pastoral Education by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, 1549
Clairmont Road, Suite 103, Decatur, GA, 30033
The primary goal of Eisenhower Clinical Pastoral Education Program is to help equip Army Unit Ministry Teams for service to the Force in the 21st Century. Further information is available by calling the Office of Graduate Medical Education at 1-800-492-5055 or 706-787-4657.
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