The SIP training program is a multi-disciplinary, inter-spiritual, multi-racial community of persons gathered for education, connection, and formation in the work of spiritually integrated psychotherapy. It serves licensed and pre-licensed mental health professionals (i.e., counselors, social workers, marriage and family therapists, pastoral counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, addiction specialists, and more), as well as graduate students in any of those disciplines who seek to explore the ways spirituality, religion, and the search for meaning influence their own lives and the lives of their clients.
Session dates are as follows:
January 4-7, 9 am - noon
January 9-10, 1 pm - 4 pm.
SIP Trainer: K. Samuel Lee
Professor K. Samuel Lee is the Edna & Lowell Craig Professor of Practical Theology, Spiritual Care, and Counseling at Claremont School of Theology. He is a licensed psychologist in California and an ordained pastor in The United Methodist Church. His research interest included the intersection of psychology and religion/spirituality. He is the Executive Director of The Clinebell Institute for Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy. He served as a Co-Editor of the Journal of Pastoral Theology and President of the Society for Pastoral Theology and provided the leadership for the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education and the former American Association of Pastoral Counselors to develop multicultural competences standards.