American Association of Pastoral Counselors AAPC is evolving into a more diverse professional organization serving within an increasingly complex world. Our members now represent a broader spectrum of theological and spiritual traditions and work among a wide variety of health care providers and settings.
COMISS Network: The Network on Ministry in Specialized Settings A network of professional organizations, institutions, and faith communities that promotes and supports collaboration among its membership and is the collective voice of advocacy to a variety of publics. Among these ministries are chaplaincies in healthcare facilities, correctional institutions, mental health settings, the armed forces, business settings, industrial settings, pastoral counseling, clinical pastoral education, and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Ten Four Ministries Providing Practical and Spiritual Support to the Law Enforcement Community founded by Tony Miano who has served as a volunteer chaplain for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department since 2000.
Patient Resource Book for Hospital or Home The purpose of Healing Flood books is to provide tools for the world of Chaplains, Mental Health Professionals, Healthcare Professionals, and the general public that will assist them in bringing healing, comfort and hope to those in need. The tools we publish and market are intended to assist, empower, inspire and equip these “angels of mercy” in their ministries.
Chap Notes Daily notes of encouragement, humor and inspiration for chaplains. The founder welcomes you to print them out and post them on bulletin boards to encourage those who care-give for the sick or dying. From the executive chaplain of Tampa International Airport. Excellent!
A New Heart A quarterly USA HCF Publication to “Encourage Christians in Healthcare”. A New Heart is a gold-mine of information. It features candid, real-life stories; guidelines and opportunities to give spiritual care; details on all Coming Events and Medical Missions.
The Pastoral Report The CPSP Pastoral Report on the Web (PR) is a publication of the College of Pastoral Supervision & Psychotherapy. The PR will be a lively and interesting place to visit and to engage those within the CPSP community as well as those who visit us from afar.
Journal of Pastoral Care An award-winning professional publication offering articles and book reviews on pastoral care, pastoral counseling, clinical pastoral education, and ministry in specialized settings.Approximately 7,500 pastoral caregivers and subscribers receive Journal of Pastoral Care .