Hybrid Field Education – Clinical Pastoral Education (FE-CPE) Program
Launched in collaboration with the Jewish Theological Seminary’s Center for Pastoral Education, the Hybrid Field Education – Clinical Pastoral Education (FE-CPE) program provides participating M.Div. students with the opportunity to earn at least one-unit of CPE without doing a summer intensive.
Each year, eight (8) M.Div. students enrolled in Field Education coursework are chosen to participate in the FE-CPE. At the successful completion of the program, students receive both 6 Field Education credits and one unit of CPE. This is a rigorous program, accredited by ACPE as a satellite site of Jewish Theological Seminary, and supervised by an accredited ACPE supervisor. This program is fully integrated into the FE courses.
Applications for FE-CPE are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Meet the Hybrid FE-CPE Program Supervisor
Rev. A. Meigs Ross ’83 is an Episcopal priest, a psychotherapist in private practice, and a CPE supervisor. She is a licensed Systems-Centered Practitioner with SCTRI and a clergy coach working with individuals and groups. Rev. Ross currently serves as the director of the Certificate Program in Spirituality and Social Work at New York University.
Previously, Rev. Ross served as the Manager of Pastoral Care and Education at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell, the Director of Clinical Pastoral Education at the HealthCare Chaplaincy in New York, and the Director of Pastoral Care and Education at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital in New York City. Rev. Ross received a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary and an MSW from New York University.