The Institute for Psychodynamic Pastoral Supervision

 
The Institute for Psychodynamic Pastoral Supervision (IPPS) and the Graduate Theological Foundation have partnered to offer doctoral programs in Clinical Pastoral Supervision.  The Institute for Psychodynamic Pastoral Supervision is a theologically based covenant community, offering accredited training and credentialing in Pastoral Psychotherapy, Pastoral Supervision, Pastoral Counseling, and Clinical Chaplaincy. The degree programs offered through this PRIME relationship center upon a core body of knowledge and practice in clinical pastoral supervision. These programs are designed for those ministry professionals seeking to deepen their knowledge and expertise in the cognate fields of pastoral care and counseling, supervision and psychotherapy. 
 
Faculty members of the Institute for Psychodynamic Pastoral Supervision, LLC are Diplomates in the College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy.  The primary focus of IPPS is to provide programs in post-graduate/doctoral education for Diplomates in Clinical Pastoral Supervision and for persons preparing for Diplomate certification in CPSP.  For more information about CPSP visit their website here.
 
Students are responsible for all fees required by The Institute for Psychodynamic Pastoral Supervision. 

Doctor of Ministry in Clinical Pastoral Supervision
 
Admission Requirements
  • Baccalaureate degree or equivalent validated by a transcript
  • Master's degree in theology validated by a transcript
  • Five years of accumulated experience in a cognate field of counseling ministry
  • Completion of the Application Procedure
  • Students must apply for admission to the Graduate Theological Foundation and the Institute for Psychodynamic Pastoral Supervision separately.   
Program Requirements
  • Students are expected to thoroughly familiarize themselves with the Student Handbook of the year of their acceptance with particular focus on their particular degree program.  Students are bound by the academic and financial requirements of the Handbook in use at the time of their acceptance. 
  • Submission to the GTF of documentation of completion of years one through three of the IPPS Doctoral Program Curriculum, including theory papers for year three (24 credit hours/8 Units of Study)
  • Attendance at a Graduate Theological Foundation Institute (6 credit hours/2 Units of Study) 
  • Attendance at the Convocation and Graduation in Indiana. (Non-US residents are exempt from this requirement.)
  • Students must apply for admission to the Graduate Theological Foundation and the Institute for Psychodynamic Pastoral Supervision separately.    
Doctor of Ministry in Clinical Pastoral Supervision
 
Tuition
 
Program fees due to the GTF: $12,800
 
Program fees will be paid separately to the Institute for Psychodynamic Pastoral Supervision and the Graduate Theological Foundation.  Fees have been adjusted to account for credits that will be taken through IPSP.
 
Please contact the Bursar of the Graduate Theological Foundation for information about tuition for this degree.
 
Please contact the PRIME institution for information about program costs.
 

Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Pastoral Supervision
 
Admission Requirements
  • Baccalaureate degree or equivalent validated by a transcript
  • Master's degree in theology validated by a transcript
  • Five years of accumulated experience in a cognate field of counseling ministry
  • Completion of the Application Procedure
  • Students must apply for admission to the Graduate Theological Foundation and the Institute for Psychodynamic Pastoral Supervision separately.   
Program Requirements
  • Students are expected to thoroughly familiarize themselves with the Student Handbook of the year of their acceptance with particular focus on their particular degree program.  Students are bound by the academic and financial requirements of the Handbook in use at the time of their acceptance. 
  • Submission to the GTF of documentation of completion of years one through three of the IPPS Doctoral Program Curriculum, including theory papers for year three (24 credit hours/8 Units of Study)
  • Attendance at a Graduate Theological Foundation Institute (6 credit hours/2 Units of Study) 
  • Completion of two E-Tutorials through the GTF (6 credit hours/2 Units of Study)
  • Attendance at the Convocation and Graduation in Indiana. (Non-US residents are exempt from this requirement.)  
Tuition
 
Program fees due to the GTF: $14,000 
 
Program fees will be paid separately to The Institute for Psychodynamic Pastoral Supervision and the Graduate Theological Foundation.  Fees have been adjusted to account for credits that will be taken through IPSP.
 
Please contact the Bursar of the Graduate Theological Foundation for information about tuition for this degree.
 
Please contact the PRIME institution for information about program costs. 
 

For more information, please contact:
 
Dr. David M. Franzen
IPPS Doctoral Admissions
12 Winthrop Court
Durham, NC 27707
Phone: 919-493-7177