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Professional Pastoral Counseling Institute
provides spiritually grounded and psychologically
informed professional counseling and
psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families.
Our therapists assist those who seek greater
understanding and healing
of personal and spiritual problems.
8035 Hosbrook Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45236
A Five Part Lenten Reflection
"During the fourth decade of my life, I began writing a "Personal Spiritual Pilgrimage." Publishing the first two in a Galvaston, Texas newspaper during the season of Lent. Over the next decade and a half, I penned the other three parts. Now some 40 years later, I offer these forays into imagination (again during Lent) to the friends of PPI, in the hope that reader might be led to express their own creative, spiritual reflections in the rich symbolic reality of culture and faith."
Part 5: The Unveiling
In pondering the movement of the season within me and outside me, the image of a huge spiral comes to mind. As I have would my way through actions, reflections, decisions, and more actions, I have passed through different houses of religion, more new enchantments, more disillusionments, and many celebrations. The dance goes on with new dancers and a new coach. So again during the season of insearch I await the integrating of the past and the unveiling of the future...
Some Informational Videos
About Mental Health Issues
July Pastor's Lunch
Tuesday, July 11
12 - 1:30PM
More information will be available soon!
Accessing Natural Intelligence for Healing
May 20, 2017
AM to 4 PM
Bill Cahalan Ph.D.
CE hours For Counselors, Social
Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists
is an attitude and skill which many therapists have been integrating with their
personal lives and practices. They are finding it helpful in addressing
anxiety, depression, stress-related symptoms, and other personal and client
issues. It does not require changing one's theoretical orientation, and can be
integrated with most therapeutic systems.
Working My Way Back ...and Forward
Theater for Therapists
Friday, June 23, 2017
1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
4 CE hours
Presented by Ed Gutfreund, LPCC
You are invited to the inaugural presentation of Working My Way Back...and Forward, an engaging learning experience designed as to inform therapists, and to encourage them to think broadly and creatively as they work with some of the most challenging conditions of people's emotional, mental and social health.
Ethical Documentation in Clinical Practice:
from onerous task to purposeful effort
Friday, June 30, 2017
1:00pm - 4:30pm
3 CE hours
Documentation is required of all clinicians; a task that must be done. Knowing the requirements and learning a meaningful approach to the work of creating and maintaining client records doesn't have to be as daunting as it sounds. Participants will learn the significance of accurate documentation and practical approaches and tools for keeping client records.