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As a part of the Centura Health mission, St Anthony North Health Campus offers ACPE-accredited Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE). We have year-long CPE Residency positions (both full-time and part-time). We also offer CPE intern positions, single units of ACPE-accredited Clinical Pastoral Education.
We are a component CPE site of the Centura Health CPE System Center, one of three health care sites within Centura Health who offer CPE programs that are accredited with the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE).
Clinical Pastoral Education is a dynamic learning experience that blends active ministry service to patients, their loved ones, and staff with engaged and supervised reflection. Members of various faith traditions are drawn to CPE to activate their caregiving
passion and develop pastoral caregiving skills from reflection with peers and their supervisor on the many facets of the human condition—physical, emotional, spiritual, social and relational. Spiritual and theological reflection, relational systems and “living human webs” of care are explored together.
At the heart of CPE is story—our own stories, those in our various faith and religious traditions, and those we care for as chaplains. The arts are engaged as expressions of our humanity, and tools for learning and for the provision of pastoral care to others for healing and wellness.
Teamwork and whole person care hold great value in our learning and service at St Anthony North. Please see information about our affiliation with
Planetree International, their 10 Components of patient-centered care and our continuous movement toward patient-centered care and culture.
CPE residents and interns cultivate the art of
providing spiritual and emotional care in both inpatient and outpatient
settings, integrated into the various departments and systems of medical care
provided for healing, well-being, and wholeness. Learning and serving are woven
together at St. Anthony North Health Campus, which hosts a vibrant Family Medicine Residency program, along
with other internships in various departments.
Our neighborhood hospital moved from its former
location in north Denver to our new health campus in early March 2015 located
in the north central suburbs of metro Denver. We continue to support the
spiritual and emotional needs of the patients and staff at our former site, now
the 84th Neighborhood Health Center (NHC) with their Emergency
Department and various outpatient clinics. Our new neighborhood at 144th
is booming with human development that
seeks to dwell with the beauty of nature. Our health campus strives to connect
to its natural surroundings in its construction and reflections of nature by
over 400 artists throughout the facility.
Personal and professional development and pastoral formation are primary goals in CPE that help participants become compassionate caregivers who will serve in a variety of religious and secular settings. CPE participants have the opportunity to engage theory with the active practice of
We welcome people of various backgrounds and interests to consider CPE with us here at St Anthony North Health Campus. CPE is a way for many people to hone their own care giving practice and professional discipline, including those serving in a variety of religious
ministries, both lay and professional, parish pastors and chaplains, health care professions, including nursing and medicine, psychological care, crisis and trauma work, and counseling.
Learn more about CPE at St. Anthony North Health Campus in the boxes below, or for more information, please contact:
The Reverend Janet Barriger, MDiv, ACPEEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 720-627-0045
The learning opportunity with St. Anthony North Health Campus and 84th Ave. Neighborhood Health Center CPE includes the following topics:
There are also opportunities during a unit to learn collaboratively with the two other CPE sites within Centura Health.
Our ACPE-accredited CPE
program at St Anthony North requires a minimum of 400 hours of learning,
approximately 300 hours spent in clinical visitation in the hospital, and 100
hours of group and supervised reflection and learning. Clinical time
includes a variety of learning opportunities, including regular visitation
during the week, with referrals and introductory visits, and on-call
responsibilities to meet emergency needs within the hospital.
Opportunities for ministry and relational care include care to patients, their
families and loved ones, and staff in the hospital and some of our outpatient
settings. Our curriculum includes wellness components, such as hand
massage training and aromatherapy, as well as crisis care and companioning
those who are grieving or dying.
We offer two extended units
of CPE in the fall and spring (18 weeks), and a more time-intensive unit in the
summer (12 weeks), as well as both full-time and part-time year-long CPE Residency
We welcome your applications throughout the year for our various program
units of CPE. Please use the standard ACPE application for both internship
programs and residency. To be considered for a residency position you must have
first completed a single unit of CPE, at our hospital or with another ACPE-accredited
The Reverend Janet Barriger is the Manager of CPE and Pastoral Care at St Anthony North Health Campus. She was fully certified as an ACPE Supervisor in 2006. Her first unit of CPE was in the summer of 1992 at the South Carolina Department of Mental Health. She completed her Residency year
and Supervisory Residencies at The University of Colorado Hospital and Health Sciences Center in 2001 and 2004 respectively. She worked as a chaplain in Palliative Care, and supervised ACPE-accredited Clinical Pastoral Education programs in both hospital-based and community-based centers.
She is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and graduated with her MDiv degree and a certificate in Religion and Art at Yale Divinity School and the Institute of Sacred Music (Worship and the Arts) at Yale University. Janet served in churches for over
seven years, and was a part of community pastoral ministries in urban Washington DC, at the Women’s Prison at Niantic (Connecticut) and the rural Appalachian Mountains in Kentucky. Her interests include spending time in nature, creating art, as well as family systems theory, teamwork ministry, and
whole person care in her work as an ACPE supervisor and Chaplain.
The Association for
Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc. is nationally recognized as an accrediting
agency in the field of clinical pastoral education by the U.S. Secretary of
Education through the U.S. Department of Education.
At St Anthony North,
as a part of the Centura Health CPE System Center, we are accredited to offer
Level I, Level II, and Supervisory Education by the Association of Clinical
Pastoral Education, Inc. One
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The Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc.
(ACPE) is a multicultural, multifaith organization devoted to providing
education and improving the quality of ministry and pastoral care offered by
spiritual caregivers of all faiths through the clinical educational methods of
Clinical Pastoral Education. (ACPE
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