Spiritual Care and Education Center

Direction for your life

 

915 N. Reynolds Road

Toledo OH 43615

                 419-536-9351 (phone and fax)

                office@scec-cpe.org

ACPE Student Applications:


http://www.acpe.edu/forms.html

Supervisors and Staff
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Affiliations
Names, addresses 
and contact information
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Board of Directors
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Where is the SCEC Office?

The SCEC Office is located within the facilities of Epiphany Lutheran Church, Toledo, Ohio.   
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Last modified: 8/13/14 - 419-536-9351

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Accredited by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education

1549 Clairmont Road, Suite 103, Decatur, GA 30033-4611

SCEC: A Brief History / Who We Are


SCEC is a unique free-standing, accredited ACPE Center formed in 2002, providing Clinical Pastoral Education and other spiritual services, incorporated as a non-profit organization. It is dedicated to serve the northwestern and northern areas of Ohio, as well as the southeastern Michigan area.


The Center operates on a contract basis, offering Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) students or residents to train within various institutions -- supplementing current spiritual services in those settings -- or providing such services if an institution has no such service in place.


SCEC currently is fully accredited by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE), a nationally-established accrediting agency for CPE, recognized itself by the United States Department of Education. The Center provides accredited ACPE CPE units to all students contingent on completing the unit's requirements.


Spearheading this Center are two ACPE Supervisors (teaching chaplains) who jointly claim an impressive number of years' experience in teaching Clinical Pastoral Education. They are an eclectic pair, sharing a variety of strengths in Family Systems, Gestalt, Myers/Briggs, spiritual assessment, and pastoral counseling.


Each of the Supervisors has served as a congregational pastor and come from Evangelical Lutheran and Presbyterian USA affiliations. The Center, however, is committed to multi-faith service -- Christian, Islamic, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, and others -- and looks toward fulfilling that commitment in its day-to-day operations.


A community based Board of Directors guides the mission of the Center and serves as the Professional Advisory Group. Representatives of all institutions with which the Center has contracts, as well as other professionals are encouraged to participate. The Board is dedicated to both evaluation and accountability for the Center's activity so that the programs of SCEC will remain professional and responsive.

Our MissionOur_Mission.html
Our ValuesOur_Values.html