Philadelphia, PA
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St Agnes Continuing Care Center
1900 S Broad St. - 5th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19145


Part time learning opportunities and full time residences. Units start mid January, beginning of June and September.

Didactic, Interpersonal, Verbatim and Theological Seminars
Send application to:Jocobus Greyling

email: Jacobus.Greyling@Vitas.com; Phone 215-339-5554 or 1-800-209-1080

Visitation of patients at the end-of-life in homes, long-term care facilities and in-patient hospice units in Philadelphia area. Clinical placements also possible at VITAS in Mount Laurel, Livingston and the New Jersey Shore.

Supervisor: Dr. Steve Dutton

Co-supervisor (in-training): Jacobus P. Greyling
Presbyterian Church USA from South Africa
Member of Eastern Pennsylvania Institute for Clinical Supervision
   
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Dr. Steve Dutton
         
  Dr. Steve Dutton is chair of the Eastern Region Association for Clinical Pastoral Education Accreditation Committee. He is ACPE supervisor at Christiana Care Health System in Delaware and supports the VITAS ACPE supervisory candidate and program in Philadelphia. He is a Quaker whose D. Min dissertation from Columbia Theological Seminary was "A Theological Anthropology of the Ministry of Pastoral Counseling."  
Jacobus Greyling
Jacobus P. Greyling
Co-Supervisor
Philadelphia Program

Chaplain Jacobus Greyling is the home team chaplain for team 652 in Philadelphia and assists at the VITAS inpatient unit at Methodist at St. Agnes. Jacobus is approved for ministry in the Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa and served as a minister in the Dutch Reformed Student Congregration PUK Kandelaar in South Africa. Currently he is in the ordination track in the PC (USA). After his congregational work he finished his thesis on Pastoral Care in a Postmodern Society at the University of Stellenbosch as part of his M. Th. in Clinical Pastorate. He came to the United States to do CPE at the end of 1997 and worked in the Department of Pastoral Care at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital.