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The Nautilus Pacific Chapter in Print
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The Nautilus Pacific Chapter in Print

 
How to Succeed at Certification – by David Roth

No one who is seeking to become a board certified clinical chaplain (BCCC) should meet a certification panel and leave disappointed. This is my firm conviction and has been the commitment of the Nautilus Pacific Chapter since it was founded. We have always held that there is simply no good reason for a candidate to meet the panel and walk away unsuccessful.

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Ten Reasons to Attend the 2018 Plenary in Emeryville, CA – by David Roth, Chair, Plenary Planning

During this holiday season, don't forget to give yourself the gift of attending the 2018 CPSP Plenary!

This will be a CPSP gathering unlike any before! AND we have just extended the special, low Early Bird and Justice Initiative rates one more week so you can take advantage of these savings. 

Here are just 10 reasons to attend:

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Standards Committee Report Presented by Ed Luckett, Chair

As the Standards Committee Chair, Ed Luckett, presented his report and a list of recommended amendments to the CPSP Standards, the Governing Council deliberated over the proposed changes to the CPSP Standards that were presented, and discussed the version of the CPSP Standards that were approved at the Governing Council meeting last March in Salt Lake City.

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CPSP and the Upcoming AKRI Group Relations Conference – by David Roth

Whenever I talk with fellow members of CPSP, recurring themes emerge. Among the most common are struggles with pastoral identity, how the chaplain should use and work with authority, our roles on interdisciplinary teams, how to manage boundaries in our work, and the forms pastoral leadership might take when we work with groups.

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Update on the New CPSP Governance Plan

The Governing Council met last November in Chicago and adopted a framework for a new chapter-based form of governance of CPSP. By consensus, forty-five of our leaders, most of them conveners representing their chapters, accepted the proposed bylaws that were developed by my colleague David Baker and me at the request of the Governing Council when it met in Virginia Beach in March 2014.

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