Required Courses:

 

 Raymond J. Lawrence

Raymond J. Lawrence

RELI 1501 -- The History and Philosophy of the Clinical Pastoral Training Movement from 1920 to the Present

Faculty: Raymond J. Lawrence, M.Div., S.T.M., D.Min.

Core Bibliography: Edward Thornton, Education for Ministry; Charles Hall, Head and Heart; Allison Stokes, Ministry After Freud; Robert Charles Powell, Fifty Years of Learning; Raymond J. Lawrence, Recovery of Soul: A History and Memoir of the Clinical Pastoral Movement. 

RELI 1502 -- The Theory and Practice of Group Work in the Clinical Pastoral Movement

Faculty: Raymond J. Lawrence, M.Div., S.T.M., D.Min.

Core Bibliography:  Wilfred Bion, Experiences in Groups Joan Hemenway, Inside the Circle; Arthur Coleman and Marvin Geller, Eds., Group Relations Reader 2; Margaret Rioch, “All We Like Sheep --”  


RELI 1503 -- An Introduction to Psychotherapeutic Work of Nancy McWilliams and its Relevance to Chaplaincy 

Faculty: Perry N. Miller, M.Div., D.Min.

 Perry Miller

Perry Miller


 H. Mac Wallace

H. Mac Wallace

RELI 1504 -- Psychoanalytic Theory and Pastoral Supervision

Faculty: H. Mac Wallace, M.Div., D.Min.

Core Bibliography: Charles Brenner, An Elementary Textbook of Psychoanalysis; Nancy McWilliams, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: A Practitioner's Guide;Heinrich Racker, Transference and Countertransference; Hanna Segal, Introduction to the Work of Melanie Klein, chapter 1


RELI 1505 -- Classical Texts in Supervisory Theory

Faculty: Charles Starr, M.Div., D.Min.

Core Bibliography: Eckstein and Wallerstein, The Theory and Practice of Supervision; William Mueller and Bill Kell, Coping with Conflict; B.L. Kell, Impact and Change

 Charlie Starr

Charlie Starr


 Brian H. Childs

Brian H. Childs

RELI 1506 -- Integration Course and Paper

Faculty: Brian H. Childs, M.Div., Th.M., Ph.D. 

This course involves the student in project methodology in preparation for the D.Min. Integration Paper. It investigates various methods including theological, social science, and psychological. The participant in this required course produces an Integration Paper similar to that for Diplomate Supervisor certification.

This is the final course examining the relationship between the theoretical and the clinical. Candidates for the degree are required to write a final paper of about thirty pages.

Core Bibliography: Seward Hiltner, Preface to Pastoral Theology; Ian G. Barbour, Issues in Science and Religion; Anol Bhattacherjee, Social Science Research: Principle, Methods, and Practices