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2014 AAPC Eastern/Northeast Conference

The AAPC Eastern/Northeast Regions are pleased to announce the 2014 AAPC Eastern/Northeast Regional Fall Conference, Spiritual Direction and Pastoral Counseling: Convergence and Divergence,  November 7-8, in Williamstown, Massachusetts.  The presenter is Colleen Sharka, MA, LMHC, a licensed psychotherapist and trained spiritual director, serves as the Director of Spiritual Formation & Accompaniment at Still Harbor's Center for Discernment & Action in South Boston.

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AAPC Northeast Region Co-Chairs:

Ronald W. Baard  Email:baard.ron@gmail.com
Ingrid Cyros ingridcyros@comcast.net

Coordinator for Members of the AAPC Northeast Region - Rev Cornell will help to build connections and strengthen colleageaity in the region.  If you have professional concerns or ideas that would be helpful to the Association, please contact

Rev Edward F. Cornell III M.Div,  M.S.   860-301-6600 . Madison, CT revedcornell@comcast.net 

 

                      

AAPC News

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