The Tennessee Association of Pastoral Therapists


 Providing collegiality and continuing education for clinical pastoral therapists and advocacy for

the profession of pastoral therapy in the Tennessee. 

Tennessee Association of Pastoral Therapists

 


Continuing Education Conference & Annual Meeting
of
The Tennessee Association of Pastoral Therapists

SEPTEMBER 6-7, 2019
Brookmeade Congregational Church
700Bresslyn Road
Nashville, Tennessee 37205

Friday Evening Program: Dr. Murphy Martin
"Co-Deparent No More: Assisting Parents of Young Adults Navigate Parenting Challenges"

Saturday Program: Dr. Ron McDonald
"Affirming the Underlying Question Behind Sucidal Ideation"
(Addressing issues of suicidal ideation in clients, survivors of suicide, and Theological Reflection on Life & Life Worth Living)

Full meeting details available by clicking HERE

You can join TNAPT by Clicking HERE



TNAPT is an organization comprised of persons in Tennessee  interested in the profession of pastoral counseling. Learn more >>

 


COLLEGIALITY
TNAPT exists as a collegial support for Pastoral Counselors in the State of Tennessee. We provide opportunities throughout the year for Pastoral Counselors to gather in social gatherings in the three major regions of Tennessee, in continuing education events, and at our annual meeting.

CONTINUING EDUCATION
TNAPT provides several continuing education opportunities throughout the year and at our annual meeting to assist Pastoral Counselors and others interested in counseling from a Pastoral perspective to remain effective in their practice and to meet the requirements for state licensure.

 

ADVOCACY
TNAPT desires to raise the public awareness of Pastoral Counselors as expertly qualified, theologically trained, mental health providers. TNAPT also continues to function as legal and legislative advocate for Pastoral Counseling in the State.