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AAPC Annual Conferences

Union Station Hotel - 2014 

 AAPC 2014 Conference & The 50th Anniversary Celebration

St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Missouri

 

Thursday, April 3 - Saturday, April 5

The American Association of Pastoral Counselors marked its fifty years of service at the 2014 Conference and 50th Anniversary Celebration titled, Cultivating Spiritually Integrated Care and Counseling for the 21st Century.  

The feedback has been very positive with the majority of the attendees stating it was the "BEST" conference they have attended.  Click here to view some "conference reflections".  Click here for NYTS Student Comments.

The conference was built around three foundational themes: theory, spiritual integration, and expanded models of care.

A picture history was shown through the conference gatherings. To view the entire presentation please see all three links Presentation 1  Presentation 2  Presentation 3.

 Photographs from the Conference

Many of the workshop presenters are sharing materials from their workshops.  Click on the links indicated below to view PowerPoint presentations, handouts or resource materials.

Pre-Conference:  #101 - Bryan Hatcher - Integrated Behavioral Health - Get on the Medical Home Bus

PLENARY Speakers:

  • Rita Brock - Plenary - Spiritual Integration - Forthcoming
  • Gary Gunderson - Plenary - Expanded Models of Care - Forthcoming

Theory-focused workshops addressed the historic focus of AAPC on psychotherapeutic theory:

Spiritual integration workshops further developed the unique vantage point of pastoral counselors on situations that call for care, attending to the religious and spiritual dimensions of human experience and therapeutic practice.

Expanded models of practice workshops served to propel the practice of spiritually-integrated practitioners beyond the counseling room and into a variety of future-oriented opportunities that further the mission of AAPC and its members in important new venues. 

AAPC News

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  • New Researh in Integrated Care:Being at the forefront of one of the most promising approaches to care, it is important to stay up-to-date on the latest research. Providing quality integrated care involves understanding the newest information and trends regarding co-occurring physical and behavioral health conditions and models of integrated care, +more

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