Recent Updates

Living at the intersection of psychotherapy and pastoral concern does not mean that we hide in our offices and places of worship. Living at the crossroads means being present to, engaged with, moved in our deepest beings by current events not just in our inner circles but in the world around us. Some things affect us in similar ways – tornadoes, viruses – but some things hit us very differently. For those of us who are white clinical pastoral therapists… (read more)

  • TNAPT Response to Racial Injustice & Violence
    We at the Tennessee Association of Pastoral Therapists join with those in pain. Living at the intersection of psychotherapy and pastoral concern does not mean that we hide in our offices and places of worship. Living at the crossroads means being present to, engaged with, moved in our deepest beings by current events not just […]