Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)
Level 1/Level 2 Opportunities in 2018/2019
Requirements for CPE
at PHM (minimum) for all CPE levels:
Bachelor's Degree or
One or more years of
theological training (preferred)
Aptitude for care giving
and cross cultural ministry
Admission interview by
Pacific Health Ministry
Program is 53 weeks, usually
begins late August. The current course began on September 1, 2017.
The next course is scheduled for September 1, 2018-August 31, 2019. The application window closed on January 31, 2018.
listed above, PLUS
· Support by an appropriate religious group's judiciary body
· Prior CPE experience (preferred)
Program varies from 11-26 weeks; the schedule varies.
The current class is in session February 10, 2018 - September 8, 2018. The class meets online once a week for 4-5 hours. Rev. Earl Cooper, ACPE Certified Supervisor will be the main facilitator for this Distance Learning CPE course.
Program is 11 weeks for one full-time unit of CPE. The next course is scheduled for June 4, 2018 - August 17, 2018. The application window closed on January 31, 2018.
SUPERVISORY CLINICAL PASTORAL EDUCATION
The Supervisory CPE
Program is a specialized program for persons demonstrating strong spiritual
care abilities and the aptitude to become a clincial pastoral educator (to
supervise CPE programs). Openings for the program are limited and become
available at various times. Persons interested in this program should
check the "Position Openings" section of the PHM website. For more
information, contact the CPE Department at Pacific Health Ministry.
Masters of Divinity
degree or equivalent (consideration is given to alternative processes to becoming
Ordained, licensed or an
cross-cultural ministry and professional adult education
Successful completion of
at least 4 units of Clinical Pastoral Education (Level I and II)
Completion of Clinical
Completion of a CPE
application, including all CPE unit evaluations (supervisor evaluations and
student self evaluations)
Interview with the
Center Supervisor and Admissions Committee
We have a continuous
admissions process and accept students for all CPE programs throughout the
year. We encourage early application! Due to the CPE Center's setting, we
receive a large number of applications. Your application will be
considered once ALL application materials and the application fee are received. Applicants for the Resident program should apply at least six to twelve months in advance. Applicants for the Summer CPE Program should apply early in the fall before
the summer they want to train.
the CPE Application,
including your application summary and all essay-style answers, and e-mail
or mail with a $50.00 application fee (non-refundable)
to Pacific Health Ministry.
- Mailing Address: Pacific
Health Ministry, Attn: CPE Program, 1245 Young Street, Suite 204, Honolulu
HI 96814. E-mail: email@example.com
- Application fees may be paid
online at www.phmhawaii.org or by check or money order
payable to “Pacific Health Ministry” mailed to above address.
- All previous CPE evaluations
must be included in the application. (*If you have not had a previous
unit of CPE, please attach your admissions interview summary completed by
a CPE Supervisor or qualified admissions interviewer who is
knowledgeable in ACPE standard and guidelines.)
- An acknowledgement will be sent
when we receive your application. If
you receive no response, please contact the office at 808-591-6556 to ask
if your application has been received.
- Should additional information
be required, you will be contacted for specific materials.
- Reference forms will be
e-mailed to three persons listed as references on application form.
- The Admissions Committee
evaluates CPE applications, arranges interviews and makes final student
selections. Persons are selected to create a diverse training group.
- You will be notified as soon as
possible after a final decision about your application.
is available by contacting the CPE Department at Pacific Health Ministry at
International applicants should apply as early as a year in advance due to the lengthy visa application process. Application submissions for international applicants is due at the end of October (before the following Residency CPE Program). Passports must be valid for the educational period for which the international applicant is applying for. A copy of passport should be attached with application materials.