| Educational Outcomes
Midterm and final evaluations will be
submitted to your supervisor and presented to your peer group. In
addition, students will be expected to address these outcomes and
objectives of CPE:
Level I CPE
central themes of her or his religious heritage and theological
understanding, that inform one's ministry.
- Identify and
discuss major life events and relationships that impact on personal
identity as expressed in pastoral functioning.
- Demonstrate the
ability to initiate helping relationships.
- Initiate peer
group and supervisory consultation and receive critique about one's
- Risk offering
appropriate and timely critique.
- Utilize the
clinical method of learning to achieve educational goals.
- Demonstrate the
ability to integrate in pastoral practice conceptual understandings
presented in the curriculum.
- Formulate clear
and specific goals for continuing pastoral formation with reference to
one's strengths and weaknesses.
relational dynamics within group contexts.
Level II CPE
- Articulate an
understanding of the pastoral role that is congruent with his or her
values, basic assumptions, and personhood.
- Provide pastoral
ministry to a variety of people, taking into consideration multiple
elements of cultural and ethnic diversity, social conditions, systems,
and justice issues without imposing one's own perspectives.
- Demonstrate a
range of pastoral skills, including listening/attending, empathic
reflection, conflict resolution/confrontation, crisis management, and
appropriate use of religious/spiritual resources.
- Assess the
strengths and needs of those served, based on an understanding of
behavioral science and grounded in theology.
- Manage ministry
and administrative function in terms of accountability, productivity,
self-direction, and clear, accurate clinical communication.
competent use of self in ministry and administrative function including
emotional availability, appropriate self -disclosure, positive use of
power, a non-anxious and nonjudgmental presence, and clear and
collaboration and dialogue with peers, authorities and other
self-supervision through realistic assessment of one's pastoral
In addition, the following will be met throughout the course of the
- Orientation to CPE Program, the
Department of Spiritual Care and to Harborview Medical Center
- A Statement of Ministry and a
Learning Contract describing how you understand ministry, the role of
spiritual care, and your goals (learning contract/covenant) for the
unit identifying what you would like to learn to enhance your personal
and professional functioning
- A journal, or process notes, of your
personal and professional experiences to be used, as appropriate, in
your individual supervision
- Share responsibility for on-call
coverage on a rotating basis
- Prepare six verbatims
- Prepare two theological reflections
- Present a written mid-unit
- A final evaluation