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Clinical Pastoral Education at Johns Hopkins

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Overview

The Johns Hopkins Academic Medicine System has the only accredited Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE), Inc. CPE program in Baltimore. The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center encompass the System CPE center.   

The focus of learning in CPE is gaining new skills and tools for ministry while identifying particular gifts and goals for ministry. The group dynamics are supplemented by presentations from the Hopkins interdisciplinary team in order for CPE students to familiarize themselves with the health care environment, as well as lectures using behavioral sciences and theological reflection. CPE at Johns Hopkins is based upon adult learning theories that allow the student to direct the educational process. CPE students work in collaboration with their peer group, certified CPE educators and the staff chaplains to achieve their education goals.

Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) is an experience in process education that has been honed over several decades and remains responsive to cultural developments that facilitate pastoral growth. The heart of CPE is ministry with the sick, injured, and dying, and learning from that ministry. CPE students learn through reflection, discussion, and evaluation, and are able to apply their learning in future ministry experiences. This type of adult learning is accomplished with other CPE students and a certified CPE supervisor in a dynamic, small group setting.

ACPE, Inc. is recognized as an accredited agency in the field of clinical pastoral education by the U.S. Secretary of Education, through the U.S. Department of Education. All of the Johns Hopkins CPE programs meet the Standards of ACPE, Inc., located at:

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Caring for the Peacemakers

Through two generous grants from the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Rev. Dr. Teague was able to develop and implement a curriculum focused on trauma informed spiritual care. The below link is to the curriculum which includes an overview, module information, supplemental materials and reading suggestions. Rev. Dr. Paula J. Teague presented the curriculum at the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) annual conference in May 2021. You can find her presentation here. If you have questions or comments, Paula would love to talk with you. She can be reached at pteague1@jhmi.edu.

 

Faculty

The Rev. Dr. Paula Teague, D.Min., M.B.A., B.C.C.

The Senior Director of the Academic Division, Director of the System Sponsored Clinical Pastoral Education program and Director of Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Mr. Thomas Y. (Ty) Crowe, II, M.Div., B.C.C.

The Director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Department and the Assistant Director of the System Sponsored Clinical Pastoral Education program. 

Rev. Csaba Szilagyi, M.Div., MLA, MS

The Director of the Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Department at Johns Hopkins Medicine Howard County General Hospital and ACPE Certified Educator at Johns Hopkins Medicine. 

The Rev. Tamekia A. Milton, M.Div.

The Program Manager for the Clinical Pastoral Education program at Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Rev. Keith W. Wakefield, M.Div.

Keith is an Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) Certified Educator and Chaplain at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland.

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