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Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Counseling and Clinical Pastoral Supervision

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New Program at Central Philippines University, in partnership with the College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy, and CPSP-Philippines.

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Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Counseling and Clinical Pastoral Supervision

  1. 1. PURPOSE, GOALS & OUTCOMES OF THE PROGRAM The D.Min. program is designed to enhance the practice of ministry for persons who hold the Master of Divinity (M.Div.) or its educational equivalent, and who have engaged in substantial ministerial leadership. The goals of the program include but not limited to an advanced understanding of the nature and purpose of ministry; development of self awareness and dynamic pastoral identity; enhanced competencies in pastoral analysis and ministerial skills, the integration of these dimensions into the theologically reflective practice of ministry; to advance an expertise in a specialized area of ministry, i.e., pastoral counseling and clinical supervision; gain new knowledge and insight about the practice of ministry; continued growth in emotional and spiritual maturity; and development and appropriation of a personal and professional ethic of ministerial practice in any setting of helping relationship. The learning outcomes of the program include but not limited to an advanced competency in the practice of ministry, provide evidence of being informed by analytical and practical research, and show the integrations of enhanced knowledge in self-awareness, growth in one’s theological and ministerial capacity, emotional development, and spiritual maturity. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Prerequisites necessary for admission to this program include: 1. Completion of a master’s degree in theology (normally an M.Div. degree) from CHED-recognized institutions, seminary or divinity school (or its equivalent) 2. Documentation that the candidate had completed CPE units in the M.Div. program and had undergone supervised training at an accredited institution. 3. Ecclesiastical/Faith Group endorsement to function in this type of ministry. A. For graduates of other schools 1. Honorable dismissal from last school attended 2. Photocopy of latest Transcript of Records 3. Recommendation from a school administrator or faculty 4. Accomplished application form (copies can be secured from the Dean’s Office) 5. One by one ID picture 6. Long size white folder B. For graduate of CPU 1. Photocopy of latest Transcript of Records 2. Accomplished application Form (copies can be secured from the Dean’s Office) 3. One by one ID picture 4. Long size white folder C. For married female applicants whose records still bear their maiden name 1. Photocopy of marriage contract in addition to A. 1-6 or B. 1-4 MODE OF CLASSES The nature of classes is modular. The schedule will be arranged with the students. TUITION, MISC. & OTHER FEES Tuition - Php 903.00/unit Miscellaneous - Php 28, 084.00 (for 3 years) Additional Fee for Foreign Students Admission Fee (new) - Php 10,000.00 Registration Fee - Php 1,500.00/term Service Fee - Php 2,500.00/year Non-Resident Fee - Php 12,500.00/year Processing Fee for VISA Conversion – Php 24,000.00 Extension – Php 14,000.00 (every 6 months) Note: Dissertation, practicum/lab fee and other fees not included. Scholarship: 50% tuition discount for Filipino/local applicants Modular Classes begin on October 22-24, 2014 and first week and second week of December 2014. CURRICULUM First Year First Semester Course No. Course Title Credit DMPC 9001 Theories of Human Development 3 DMPC 9002 psychoanalytic Theory Seminar 3 DMPC 9003 Kleinian Psychoanalytic Theory Seminar 3 DMPC 9004 Practicum in Pastoral Counseling and Clinical Pastoral Supervision I 3 Total 12 units First Year Second Semester Course No. Course Title Credit DMPC 9005 Supervisory Theory Seminar I 3 DMPC 9006 Psychodynamic Learning Theory 3 DMPC 9007 Transference and Counter-Transference Theory 3 DMPC 9008 Practicum in Pastoral Counseling and Clinical Pastoral Supervision II 3 Total 12 units First Year Summer Course No. Course Title Credit DMPC 9009 Intensive Unit of Clinical Pastoral Education and Training (CPET) Program 3 Total 3 units Second Year First Semester Course No. Course Title Credit DMPC 9010 Pastoral Theology Seminar 3 DMPC 9011 Supervisory Theory Seminar II 3 Educ 604 Methods of Research 3 DMPC 9012 Practicum in Pastoral Counseling and Clinical Pastoral Supervision 3 Total 3 units Second Year Second Semester Course No. Course Title Credit DMPC 9013 Practicum in Pastoral Counseling and Clinical Pastoral Supervision IV 3 DMPC 9014 Integration of Theory, Theology, and Praxis 3 Total 6 units Third Year First Semester Course No. Course Title Credit DMPC 9015 Dissertation I (Development and Presentation of Research Proposal) 3 Third Year Second Semester Course No. Course Title Credit DMPC 9016 Dissertation II (Final Defense) 6 Total 6 units
  2. 2. FACULTY PROFILE NESTOR DISTOR BUNDA, Th.D. B.A., Filamer Christian University, Philippijes B.Div., Central Philippine University, Philippines D.Theol., (cum laude) University of Hamburg, Germany CESAR G. ESPINEDA, Ph.D. B.A., Philosophy, Divine Word College, Philippines M.A., Pastoral Care and Counseling, Fordham University APD, Religion and Religious Education, Fordham University, USA STM, Divine Word Seminary, Philippines MPhil, Ecumenical/Interreligious Studies, Union Theological Seminary, Philippines Ph.D., Administration, Supervision, and Policy, Fordham University, USA RAYMOND JOHNSON LAWRENCE JR, D.Min. B.A., Boston University, USA M.Div., Presbyterian Theological Seminary, USA S.T.M., School of Theology, University of the South, USA D.Min., New York Theological Seminary, USA PERRY NATHAN MILLER, D.Min. B.A., Erskine College, USA M.Div., Columbia Theological Seminary, USA D. Min., New York Theological Seminary, USA CALIXTO SODOY, D.Min. B.A., Silliman University, Philippines B.Th., Central Philippine University, Philippines M.Div., Silliman University, Philippines D.Min., Chicago Theological Seminary, USA CENTRAL PHILIPPINE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THEOLOGY VISION A Seminary committed to produce quality and professional ministers of God with a high sense of calling in the Christian ministry, able to respond to the needs of the community and churches, particularly those in the Convention of Philippine Baptist Churches and its related institutions. MISSION The mission of the Seminary is to provide students quality theological education and training opportunities for the development and growth of the churches’ spirituality and community life. For further inquiries please contact, Mrs. Mary Jean C. Banaban at 329-1971 (local 1076) or send an e-mail to: bernabepagara@gmail.com You may also write or send your query to: The Dean College of Theology Central Philippine University Lopez Jaena St., Jaro Iloilo City, Philippines 5000 DOCTOR OF MINISTRY (Pastoral Counseling and Clinical Pastoral Supervision) JARO, ILOILO CITY, PHILIPPINES 5000 CALLED & COMMITTED TO FAITH, WITNESS & SERVICE

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