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CPT나 RPT과정을 성공적으로 이수하는데는 무엇보다 적절한 멘토/슈퍼바이저를 만나는 일입니다. 참고로 미국 시치료협회의 시치료 자격과정인 CPT, RPT에 입문하는 절차는 아래와 같습니다.(인쇄하실 분은 pdf파일을 다운로드 받아서 사용하세요)

1. 먼저 훈련에 관한 자세한 내용을 읽어보시기 바랍니다. 여기에 기록되어 있습니다 ==>http://www.poetrytherapy.org/training.html)

2. CPT를 할지 RPT를 할지 자신의 처지와 진로를 고려하여 결정합니다.
CPT는 학사이상의 학위를 소지한 사람이 지원할 수 있으며 주로 발달적 독서치료에 종사하게 됩니다. RPT는 임상기관에서 일할 수 있는 자격이 주어지며 상담 관련분야로 석사 이상의 학위 소지자가 지원할 수 있습니다. CPT나 RPT를 취득했을 때 일하는 대상과 수련기간, 비용 등이 많이 다르므로 신중하게 선택해야 합니다.

3. 아래의 멘토들 중 몇 분에게 자신의 수학계획을 메일로 알리고 응답을 받습니다. http://www.poetrytherapy.org/training.html페이지에 접속하여 입학 원서 및 수학 계획서를 작성합니다. 이때 멘토가 함께 사인해야 하는 서류에 연대서명한 다음 미국 시치료협회에 관련서류를 우송합니다. 지원할 때 약간의 비용이 있으니 확인하고 결재해야 합니다. 멘토에 대한 수강료는 대충 윤곽은 정해져 있으나 맨투맨으로 계약을 수립하도록 되어 있습니다. 멘토 가운데는 CPT가 있고 RPT가 있습니다. 또 CPT겸 RPT도 있습니다. CPT 멘토가 RPT를 지도하지 못하도록 되어 있으니 멘토를 정할 때 주의하시기 바랍니다(프로필에서 M/S는 멘토/슈퍼바이저의 준말임.

4. 입학 절차가 끝났으면 멘토의 가이드에 따라 공부를 해 나가면 됩니다. 현지에서 공부할 수 없는 분들을 위해서 원격과정도 있습니다. 제가 알기에 원격과정을 운영하는 대표적인 분은 John Fox, Kathleen Adams, Sheri Reiter 등입니다.
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Mentor/Supervisor Listing 2005-2007


Mentor/Supervisor Role

Mentor supervisors take responsibility for guiding suitable candidates through the training process required of Certified Poetry Therapist and Registered Poetry Therapist applicants.

Mentor/Supervisor Responsibilities

1)Acting as a role model of a competent and ethical poetry therapy practitioner
2)Selecting suitable candidates
3)Designing appropriate training programs, including didactic, fieldwork, supervision, and peer poetry therapy experience components
4)Requiring timely and ongoing documentation of learning consistent with Federation standards
5)Supervising and evaluating trainee’s progress via timely oral and written feedback.
6)Keeping accurate records.

Trainee Responsibilities

As an adult learner the trainee is expected to take responsibility for his/her program. Responsibilities include:

1)Reading and adhering to requirements as stated in the current edition of the Guide to Training Requirements.
2)Selecting a mentor/supervisor and maintaining a good working relationship.
3)Submitting a letter of intent and training plan along with required fee and documentation.
4)Completing and documenting all assigned training work.
5)Following the guidance and direction of the mentor/supervisor.
6)Submitting the complete application for certification/registration with fee and documentation.

Ultimately the Federation, not the mentor/supervisor, grants certification or registration. If the learner believes the mentor/supervisor is in ethical violation, the learner is invited to bring this to the attention of the Federation.

Designation of Mentor/Supervisors

In 1991, the education committee of the National Association for Poetry Therapy began formally designating a group of mentor/supervisors as trainers of others. The listing of mentor/supervisors was updated in April, 2005. No further applications are being taken at this time. The active mentor/supervisors on this list:

 Received CPT or RPT at least two years prior.
 Attested that he/she is free of the following adverse actions: denial, loss, suspension, or request to surrender a professional license; ejection or suspension from a school or professional society; conviction of a felony; physical and/or mental impairment, including substance abuse, that could affect professional performance.
 Pledged adherence to the NFB/PT Code of Ethics. Mentor/supervisors will not engage in dual relationships with trainees.
 Provided—at the time of original designation—letters of professional recommendation.
 Are members of NAPT at the professional level.
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In June 2002, as part of the process of evolving standards, the function of designating mentor/supervisors was transferred from the membership organization, NAPT, to the independent standards-setting body for the field, the National Federation for Biblio/Poetry Therapy.

How to Use the Listing

As a CPT and RPT candidate, after reading the Guide to Training Requirements, you are ready to seek a suitable mentor/supervisor. You are in a position to make the best match for yourself by contacting two or more mentor/supervisors on the active list. If there is a mentor/supervisor in your geographic area with whom you could study face-to-face, we strongly recommend that you contact that person. You may also wish to contact someone who specializes in an area of particular interest to you. Almost all mentor/supervisors will work with distance learners.

Discuss how the mentor/supervisor will work with you to help you fulfill all the elements required: didactic study, facilitation, supervision, and peer experience. You are entitled to ask for references, including asking to speak with current students or graduates of that mentor/supervisor. Be sure you have a clear understanding of fees.

CPT and RPT

A mentor/supervisor who has earned the CPT supervises trainees at the CPT, or developmental, level but not at the RPT, or clinical, level. The exception to this is a CPT mentor/supervisor with an advanced clinical degree and licensure who can document to the Federation experience in providing clinical supervision.

A non-clinical CPT mentor/supervisor may co-supervise an RPT candidate so long as all work done beyond the developmental level (clinical facilitation, meritorious learning, institutional experience, annotation of clinical didactic information) is supervised by an RPT mentor/supervisor.

Approved Mentor/Supervisors

The listing is alphabetical. To date, no state licenses biblio/poetry therapists. If the mentor/supervisor holds a state license in another discipline, this information is included.

All persons on this list are members of the National Association for Poetry Therapy. In addition, other professional associations may be listed.

[Now Active]

Kathleen (Kay) Adams LPC, RPT-M/S

Address: Center for Journal Therapy, 1115 Grant St #207, Denver CO 80203
Degree(s): MA, Psychology and Counseling, 1988, Boulder Graduate School, Boulder CO.
Professional licensure: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), CO, 1994
Other professional disciplines: Author (Journal to the Self, The Way of the Journal, The Write Way to Wellness, Scribing the Soul, others). Adjunct Faculty, Liberal Studies MA program, University College, University of Denver, concentration area in Writing & Healing.
Other professional associations: Approved provider of continuing education for the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC). President, NAPT Foundation (1997-2001) and NAPT (2001-2003). Chair, mentor/supervisor committee, National Federation of Biblio/Poetry Therapy, 2004-current.
RPT: #R2000-137 Mentor/Supervisor: 2000
Tel: 303/986-6460 (w), 303/985-3903 (fax), 303/587-9129 (cell)
Email: KAdamsRPT@aol.com Website: www.journaltherapy.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Journal therapy, solution-focused brief therapy, group process. Offer on-line courses in Abnormal Psychology, Group Process, Counseling Theories/Theorists, Journal to the Self® to meet CPT prerequisite requirements.
Specifics about training program: Two-year structured CPT distance learning program with co-emphasis in poetry and journal therapy, enrolls spring and fall. Five-day (36 hour) poetry/journal therapy intensive each June at Benet Pines Retreat Center near Colorado Springs. Option to combine CPT/MLS (Master of Liberal Studies) through University College, University of Denver, with online-based and/or campus-based coursework. Local training group meets for supervision and peer experience monthly in Denver. For information, call or see website.

Mari Alschuler LCSW, RPT- M/S

Address: 101 SW 96 Terr #202, Plantation FL 33324
Degree(s):1980; MFA, Poetry, Columbia University, 1982; M.A., Organizational Psychology, Teachers College/Columbia University,1986; M.Ed., Counseling Psychology, Teachers College/Columbia University, 1987; M.S.W., Clinical Social Work, Fordham University, 1990
Professional Licensure: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) Florida, 2000
Other professional disciplines: psychotherapist, Certified Ericksonian Hypnotherapist
Other professional associations: National Association of Social Workers; Mental Health Association of Broward County; Florida CEU provider (MSW/MHC/MFT)
CPT: 2000 RPT: 2002 Mentor/Supervisor: 2003
Tel: (cell) 954/243-5288; (home) 954/424-9085
Email: MAlschulerRPT@aol.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Poetry therapy for those who have had gastric bypass surgery; serious and persistent mental illness, co-occurring disorders, depression and anxiety
Specifics about training program:

Elaine Brooks RN, MA, RPT-M/S

Address: 96 Baldwin Brook Rd.,Canterbury, CT 06331
Degree(s): MA, Poetry Therapy
Other professional disciplines: Psychiatric Nurse Clinician
Other professional associations: National Federation for Biblio/Poetry Therapy, credentials committee chair
RPT: #2002-141 Mentor/Supervisor: 2004
Tel: 860-546-0621
Email: ebrooks2@charter.net Website: www.mycreativepathways.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Trauma, substance abuse, dual diagnosis, women’s issues, mental illness, in-patient psychiatry.
Specifics about training program: 1:1 supervision provided. Local and distance training available.

Jerri Chaplin CPT-M/S

Address: 5 Wraggborough Lane, Charleston, SC 29403
Degree(s): BA
Other professional discipline: Poet
Other Professional Associations: Poetry Society of SC, American Poetry Society
CPT: 2001 Mentor/Supervisor: 2003
Tel: 843-7237647
Email: jerpoet@aol.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Women in mid-life; adult children of dysfunctional families; large workshop facilitation.
Specifics about training program: Monthly peer/supervision group available in Charleston, SC in addition to distance and local CPT training.

Geri Chavis PhD, LP, CPT-M/S

Address: The College of St. Catherine, PO Box 4049, 2004 Randolph Ave, St. Paul MN 55105
Degree(s): MA, Psychology; MA and PhD, English Language and Literature
Professional Licensure: Licensed Psychologist (State of Minnesota)
Other professional disciplines: Psychology, Poetry Therapy, Literature and Language
Other Professional Associations: Minnesota Women in Psychology, Jane Austen Society of North America, American Association of University Professors, Minnesota Coalition for Death Education and Support. Co-editor, The Healing Fountain: Poetry Therapy for Life’s Journey.
CPT: CPT #C89-506, 1988 Mentor/Supervisor: 1992
Tel: (h) 952/927-6976; (w) 651/690-6524 (College); 952/922-9090 (Therapy Office)
Email: ggchavis@stkate.edu
Areas of specialized knowledge: Family and couples therapy, grief work, life transition/career change issues, depression, eating disorders
Training opportunities: 5-day (30 hour) Introduction to Poetry/Bibliotherapy course offered alternate summers in St. Paul, MN at the College of St. Catherine and some summers in Dublin; also, intermediate course in poetry/bibliotherapy in Ireland some summers. Hybrid poetry therapy/group supervision/peer group, Minneapolis, series of six 3-hour sessions. The Minnesota Poetry Therapy Network (peer poetry therapy group) meets bimonthly in Minneapolis/St. Paul/St. Cloud. Call for information.

John Fox CPT-M/S

Address: PO Box 60189, Palo Alto CA 94306
Degree(s): BA
Other Professional Associations: California Poets in the Schools
Other professional disciplines: Author (Finding What You Didn’t Lose; Poetic Medicine). Adjunct faculty, Institute for Transpersonal Psychology (1997), John F. Kennedy University (1993), Associate Adjunct Professor California Institute for Integral Studies (2000). President, NAPT (2003-2005).
CPT: #C91-509, 1990 Mentor/Supervisor: 1992
Tel: 650/938-2717
Email: JFoxCPT@aol.com Website: www.poeticmedicine.com
Areas of specialized knowledge:
Specifics about training program: Local and distance training available. Please call for details.

Margo Fuchs RPT-M/S

Address: Felsgasse 36, Schaffhausen, CH 8200, SWITZERLAND
Degree(s): PhD
Other professional disciplines:
Other professional associations:
RPT: RPT #R91-130, 1992 Mentor/Supervisor:
Tel: (h) 781/643-7437
Email: M4poetry@aol.com
Areas of specialized knowledge:
Specifics about training program:

Marion Goldstein MA, RPT-M/S

Address: 84 Highland Ave, Montclair NJ 07042
Degree(s): MA
CPT/RPT: CPT, 1980; RPT, 1989 Mentor/Supervisor: 1990
Other professional disciplines: Adjunct professor, Caldwell College; Author,
Tel: (h) 973/746-0726; (w) 973/746-1419
Email: miggold@aol.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Grief counselor, Rational Emotive Therapy counselor
Specifics about training program:

Kenneth Gorelick MD, RPT-M/S

Address: 2625 Woodley Pl NW, Washington DC 20008
Degree(s): MD
Professional Licensure: Medical License, Washington, DC and California
Other professional disciplines: Psychiatry, Psychotherapy
Other professional associations: Fellow, American Psychiatry Association, Washington Psychiatric Society, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences George Washington University School of Medicine. President, NAPT (1987-1991), NAPT Foundation (1993-1995)
RPT: 1988 Mentor/Supervisor: 1990
Tel: (h) 202/232-4339; (w) 202/232-4338
Email: kengorel@erols.com Website: www.wordsworthcenter.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Poetry therapy with psychiatrically diagnosed.
Specifics about training program: With Peggy Heller, co-directs The Wordsworth Center for Poetry Therapy Training. Structured 2-year local and distance learning program. Also offers supervision/ training/ peer groups in Washington DC. Taking a one-year sabbatical starting at end of Wordsworth Intensive, August 2005.

Deborah Eve Grayson LMHC, RPT-M/S

Address: 6800 W Commercial Blvd Ste 4, Fort Lauderdale FL 33319
Degree(s): MS, Counseling Psychology, Nova University, 1984
Professional Licensure: Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
Other professional disciplines:AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, ordained minister
Other professional associations: American Counseling Association; American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists; Diplomate of Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists, Mental Health Association
CPT: 1981 RPT: 1989 Mentor/Supervisor: 1989
Tel: (h) 954/418-4467; (w) 954/741-1160; (c) 954-937-6445, (f) 954-749-5765
Email: wordshaman@aol.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Sexuality, hypnosis, phobias, healing arts, eating disorders, gay/lesbian/bisexual relationships, bereavement counseling
Specifics about training program: I have monthly training groups as well as 1:1 supervision. The training/supervision group is the third Sunday of the month for 3 hours, divided between supervision and peer hours. We have been meeting for 15 years. All are welcome!

Thomas M Hedberg PhD, MFT, RPT-M/S

Address: Center for Sacred Psychology/Art Lerner Poetry Therapy Training Center, PO Box 643, Gateway Station, Culver City CA 90232
Degree(s): PhD, Clinical Psychology, 1988; Masters in Psychology, 1976; Masters in Divinity, 1971; Masters in Religious Education, 1969; BS, 1960
Professional Licensure: Marriage, Family & Child Therapist, (MFT)
Other professional disciplines: Ericksonian trained hypnotherapist; Jungian psychotherapist; Jungian sandtray specialist; T.A.T. (Tapas Acupressure Technique) registered trainer, 2001
Other professional associations: SoCalNAPT (Southern CA NAPT Chapter), Jung Analytical Psychology Group, California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists, So. Calif. Association of Marriage & Family Therapists, Group Therapist Association of Los Angeles
RPT: #R94-132, 1994 Mentor/Supervisor:
Tel: (h) 310/280-0709; (w) 310/838-0279
Email: thedberg@earthlink.net
Areas of specialized knowledge:
Specifics about training program:

Peggy Osna Heller PhD, MSW, RPT-M/S

Address: 7715 White Rim Terrace, Potomac MD 20854-1775
Degree(s): MSW, PhD
Professional Licensure: Clinical Social Work, Maryland and District of Columbia
Other professional disciplines: Speech Pathology, Social Work, Counseling Psychology
Other professional associations: National Association of Social Workers, Academy of Certified Social Workers, Greater Washington Society for Clinical Social Work, American Group Psychotherapy Association. President, NAPT (1991-1993), NAPT Foundation (1995-1997); National Federation for Biblio/Poetry Therapy (2004-present).
CPT: 1984 RPT: #R88-103, 1988 Mentor/Supervisor: 1990
Tel: (h) 301/983-3392; (w) 301/983-3392; (fax) 301/299-8330
Email: PegOHeller@aol.com Website: www.wordsworthcenter.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Action poetry therapy, poetry therapy in social work practice.
Specifics about training program: With Ken Gorelick, co-directs The Wordsworth Center for Poetry Therapy Training. Structured 2-year learning program in Potomac, MD consists of monthly full-day didactic, group supervision, and peer poetry therapy group sessions plus annual winter marathons and summer intensives. Intensives are open to the community and to students of other trainers. Wordsworth also offers individualized distance training programs.

Karen Johns, MSN, RPT-M/S

Address:
Degree(s):
Other professional disciplines:
Other professional associations:
CPT: Mentor/Supervisor:
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Email: KLJ9364@aol.com Website:
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Deborah S. Langosch PhD, LCSW, CPT-M/S

Address: 258 Sixth Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11215
Degree(s): MSW, PhD, Clinical Social Work
Professional Licensure: LCSW, Academy of Certified Social Workers, NY State Certified Social Worker
Other professional disciplines: Psychotherapist
Other professional associations: National Federation for Biblio/Poetry Therapy,
National Association for Social Work, American Association for Social Work Groups, Co-Chairperson NYC Kincare Task Force
CPT: 1979 Mentor/Supervisor: 1999
Tel: (h) 718-638-4539; (w) 718-636-0754
Email: Deblangosch@yahoo.com Website:
Areas of specialized knowledge: Loss and bereavement, trauma, children, seniors
Specifics about training program: Returning to active M/S status after a hiatus to complete doctorate. Local and long-distance training offered.

Norma Leedy MS, RPT-M/S

Address: 109 Ridge Drive, Union, New Jersey 07083
Degree(s): BS, MS
Other professional disciplines: Retired program supervisor in day treatment center for adults with developmental disabilities. Certified in Special Education, Brooklyn NY.
Other professional associations: Assisted in the founding and building of NAPT with my husband, dr. Jack J. Leedy.
CPT: 1969 RPT: 1994 Mentor/Supervisor: 2004
Tel: 908-810-7633
Email: L104926@aol.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Developmental disabilities, special education, adults in day treatment setting, mentally retarded/developmentally disabled and emotionally disturbed dual diagnosed adults.
Specifics about training program: I have offered individual and group poetry therapy to the above populations for over 23 years in classroom settings, as program supervisor and as trainer in poetry therapy and behavioral approaches to other staff in day treatment settings. I would be able and happy to share my general knowledge and experience as well as sugest materials and offer guidance in poetry therapy techniques especially with a special education teacher population.

Perie J Longo PhD, RPT-M/S

Address: 987 Barcelona Dr, Santa Barbara CA 93105
Degree(s): PhD
Professional Licensure: MFC 29130
Other professional disciplines: Poetry Writing Consultant in the Schools
Other professional associations: California-Poets-in-the-Schools, California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. President, NAPT, May 2005-2007.
CPT: 1986 RPT: #R97-136, 1997 Mentor/Supervisor: 1998
Tel: (h) 805/687-9535; (w) 805/687-1619
Email: perie@west.net
Areas of specialized knowledge: Marriage, family, cancer, schizophrenia, in-patient psychiatric.
Specifics about training program: Summer intensive, monthly training group in southern California.

Nicholas Mazza PhD, RPT-M/S

Address: Florida State University, College of Social Work, 2512 University Center-C, Tallahassee FL 32306-2570
Degree(s): MSW, PhD
Professional Licensure: FL Licensed Psychologist, PY2437; FL Licensed Clinical Social Worker; FL Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Other professional disciplines: Clinical Social Work.
Other professional associations: National Association of Social Workers, Council on Social Work Education, American Psychological Association (member of Arts and Psychology-Division 10), American Orthopsychiatric Association (Fellow), and American Counseling Association
CPT: 1986 RPT: 1991 Mentor/Supervisor: 1992
Tel: (h) 850/894-2973; (w) 850/644-9702
Email: nfmazza@mailer.fsu.edu
Areas of specialized knowledge: University social work, research, theory; crisis intervention, family therapy, loss/grief/bereavement, group therapy. Author, Poetry Therapy: Theory & Practice. Editor, Journal of Poetry Therapy.
Specifics about training program: Available for consultation to mentor/supervisors and their trainees.

Lianne Mercer RN, MSN, CPT-M/S

Address: 113 W. Creek Street, Fredericksburg, TX 78624
Degree(s): BSN, University of Michigan, 1959; MSN, University of Michigan, 1966.
Professional Licensure: Nurse, Texas and Michigan
Other professional associations: Story Circle Network
Other professional disciplines: Certified 2nd degree Reiki Practitioner
CPT: #C2000-532, 2000 Mentor/Supervisor: 2004
Tel: 830-997-6467 (fax): 830-997-1014
Email: lianne@ktc.com
Areas of specialized knowledge:
Specifics about training program:

Sherry Reiter PhD, CSW, RDT/BCT, RPT-M/S

Address: 1904 East First St, Brooklyn NY 11223
Degree(s): PhD, MSW, MA
Professional Licensure: Certified Social Worker
Other professional disciplines: Educator, Psychotherapist, Registered Drama Therapist/Board Certified Trainer
Other professional associations: NASW, National Association for Drama Therapy. President, NAPT (1993-1995). President, National Federation for Biblio/Poetry Therapy, l995-2004.
CPT: 1976 RPT: 1991 Mentor/Supervisor: 1992
Tel: (w) 718/998-4572
Email: sreiter@erols.com Website: http://users.erols.com/sreiter/
Areas of specialized knowledge: Social work, drama therapy, psychiatry, counseling for "normal neurotics", frail elderly and other special populations. Teaches abnormal psychology, developmental psychology and theories of counseling on the college level.
Specifics about training program: The Creative Righting Center offers a two year structured distance training program for persons interested in certification and registration. A local training group meets for supervision and peer group in New York City. Persons may choose the option of studying at The Creative Righting Center in conjuction with attaining Masters degree in the Arts or Counseling through The Union Institute & Vermont College. Seminar: Poetry Therapy: Toward Self-Knowledge offered each June and other seminars are offered during the year.


Lisabeth Reynolds CPT-M/S

Address: 2202 Nova Village Drive, Davie, FL 33317
Degree(s): B.A. Spanish, Skidmore College
Other professional disciplines: Certified Instructor, Kathleen Adams Journal to the Self
Other professional associations: Phi Beta Kappa, World Clown Association, Master Gardener
CPT: 1997 Mentor/Supervisor: 2004
Tel: 954-424-3861
Email: LizzietheClown@aol.com Website: www.lizzietheclown.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Professional therapeutic clowning; journaling for personal exploration; effective therapeutic techniques for Alzheimer's/dementia patients and other challenged populations; gardening in South Florida.
Specifics about training program: Training program for challenged populations combines clowning techniques (pantomime, physical comedy, humor) with poetry therapy, creative movement and music. Also, educational entertainment programs for children.

Stephen Rojcewicz MD, RPT-MS

Address: 13808 Old Columbia Pike, Silver Spring MD 20904-4554
Degree(s): MD, 1969 Georgetown University; psychiatry residency 1970-1973, Georgetown University Hospital
Professional Licensure: Physician (Maryland), D0013240
Other professional disciplines: Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatry
Other professional associations: American Psychiatric Association (Distinguished Fellow), American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, APA Art Association, Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Haiku Society of America
CPT: 2001 RPT: 2002 Mentor/Supervisor: 2004
Tel: 301-384-0960 (w) and (fax)
Email: SteveRoj@aol.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Forensic settings, serious mentally ill clients
Specifics about training program: At present I am only accepting trainees who are currently receiving their primary supervision from another mentor-supervisor.

Alma Maria Rolfs LICSW, RPT-M/S

Address: 5213 Columbia Dr S, Seattle WA 98108
Degree(s): MSW
Professional Licensure: LICSW, State of Washington
Other professional disciplines: Clinical Social Work
Other professional associations: NASW, Washington State Society for Clinical Social Work
RPT: #R95-133, 1995 Mentor/Supervisor: 1997
Tel: (h) 206/766-9646; (w) 206/729-1166 x30
Email: almaria716@aol.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Social work, community mental health, bilingual (Spanish).
Specifics about training program: Regular training/supervision/peer groups in Seattle. Call for details and schedules.

Charles Rossiter PhD, CPT-M/S

Address: 705 S Gunderson Ave, Oak Park IL 60304
Degree(s): PhD
Other professional disciplines: Poetry, Interpersonal Communication
Other professional associations: Poets & Writers
CPT: 1988 Mentor/Supervisor: 1990
Tel: (h) 708/660-9376; (w) same
Email: Charlie.Rossiter@poetrypoetry.com Website: www.poetrypoetry.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Poetry! Writing, teaching, performing poetry for 30+ years. Also interpersonal communication;, at-risk youth, humanistic psychology/personal growth.
Specifics about training program: Currently developing annual summer intensive and monthly workshops in/around Chicago

Joy Sawyer LPC, RPT-MS

Address: 2127 Williams St., Denver, Co 80205
Degree(s): MA, MABC
Professional Licensure: Licensed Professional Counselor, State of Colorado
Other professional disciplines: Poetry, Writing Coaching, Spiritual Nurture
Other professional associations: Adjunct faculty, University of Denver; Poets & Writers
CPT: 2002 RPT: 2004 Mentor/Supervisor: 2004
Tel: h: (303) 832-9290; w: (303) 877-1730
Email: JoySawyerRPT@aol.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Poetry, Spiritual development & growth
Specifics about training program: For the past few years, I have worked under the supervision of Kay Adams, supervising several of her long-distance trainees and co-supervising at our annual Benet Pines Journal/Poetry Therapy Intensive, held each June. I am particularly interested in working with poetry therapists who would like to help advance the work of poetry in higher education. While I am not available as a full-time supervisor, I would love to offer several hours of supervision for those wanting to broaden their training perspective. I require a face-to-face meeting before doing any distance learning.

Nancy Scherlong LCSW, RPT-MS

Address: 13 Col. Glenn Dr.; Carmel, NY 10512
Other business locations: Sleepy Hollow, NY and Ridgefield, CT
Degree(s): MSW
Other professional disciplines: EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Psychodramatic Methods
Other professional associations: American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama, National Association of Social Workers, NY State Society for Clinical Social Work, EMDRIA
RPT: 2002 Mentor/Supervisor: 2004
Tel: 914.572.3167
Email: NScherlongcsw@aol.com Website: metaphorsforhealing.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Trauma, addictions, eating disorders, family systems
Specifics about training program: Currently forming peer and/or training groups in Westchester NY and in Fairfield CT.

Julie Schwietert MSW, RPT-M/S

Address: Calle de la Cruz #153, Apartamento 2F, Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico 00901
Secondary Address: PO Box 7769, New York, New York 10116
Degree(s): BA, English/Women’s Studies, Emory University (1999), MSW, NYU (2003)
CPT: 2002 RPT: 2003 Mentor/Supervisor: 2004
Tel: 917-536-3753
Email: jschwie@hotmail.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Bilingual (English/Spanish). Specialize in working with adults, chronic, physical illnesses, immigrants.
Specifics about training program: I’m particularly interested in offering training to those who want to do bilingual work.

Ingrid Tegnér MSW, CPT-MS

Address: 13912 Natia Manor Drive, North Potomac, MD 20878
Degree(s): BA, MSW
Other professional disciplines: Social work
Other professional associations: NASW, The Labyrinth Society
CPT: 2002 Mentor/Supervisor: 2004
Tel: 301-610-5335
Email: ingridtegner@earthlink.net
Areas of specialized knowledge: Adolescents, cancer survivors, research and working with the labyrinth
Specifics about training program: Supervisory affiliate of Wordsworth Center.

Donald J Weinstock PhD, CPT-M/S

Address: PO Box 2051, Huntington Beach CA 92647-0051
Degree(s): PhD, English, UCLA 06/13/68; MA, English, UCLA 06/09/60; AB, English, UCLA 01/26/56; AA, Letters & Science, UCLA 01/28/54
Other professional disciplines: University Emeritus Professor of English; also hold California Certificates of Eligibility as: Community-College Instructor (Language Arts & Literature), Community-College Student-Personnel Worker
Other professional associations: Modern Language Association (MLA), California Faculty Association (CFA) [NEA & SEIU of AFL/CIO], American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
CPT: CPT, 1981 Mentor/Supervisor: #M9101-1, 1991
Tel: (h/w) 714/848-1128
Email: DJWeinstockPhD_CPTms@msn.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Academic and didactic studies of literature, especially poetry and the self/personal experience; bibliotherapeutic themes in the short story
Specifics about training program: Individualized according to the needs of CPT candidates. Mentoring and supervision of credentialed librarians, educators and MFAs who work only with non-clinical populations (California CPT candidates only). Guidance of academic and didactic studies in literature for prospective CPTs and RPTs (both local and distant).

Helene S Weinstock Cphil, MA, LMFT, RPT-M/S

Address: PO Box 2051, Huntington Beach CA 92647-0051
Degree(s): MA, (Clinical/Counseling) Psychology, California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA) 12/20/80; CPhil, History, UCLA 03/29/69; MA, Political Science, UCLA 01/30/58; AB, Political Science, UCLA 09/10/55; AA, Letters & Science, UCLA 06/17/54
Professional Licensure: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) #MFC-16687, 10/09/81
Other professional disciplines: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; also hold lifetime California Credentials as: Community-College Counselor, Community-College Instructor (Psychology, History, Government), Community-College Student-Personnel Worker, School Counselor (Grades K-12 & Adult School), Secondary & Elementary Teacher (Psychology, History, Government, English) [Grades K-12 & Classes for Adults]
Other professional associations: American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT), Orange County Chapter, CAMFT (OC-CAMFT)
CPT/RPT: CPT, 1984; RPT #R91-123, 1991 Mentor/Supervisor: 1991
Tel: (h) 714/848-1128; (w) 714/842-4920
Email: HSWnstockLMFT_RPTms@msn.com
Areas of specialized knowledge: Marriage & family therapy; spiritual/religious/cultural issues; poetry and the Self.
Specifics about training program: Individualized according to each candidate's needs and strengths. Mentoring and supervision only to California RPT candidates who satisfy one of three criteria: (1) California clinical license; (2) completed graduate degree in a clinical discipline leading to California clinical license; or (3) enrollment in a graduate program leading to a clinical degree approved for California clinical license. Supervisees must adhere to California clinical license laws and regulations. Candidates must join NAPT. Guidance for prospective RPTs (both local and distant) toward meeting the above three criteria. Guidance for prospective CPTs (both local and distant) who will work only in Developmental/Educational settings, toward meeting the academic and didactic requirements in counseling and psychology.

Lila Weisberger MS, CASAC, RPT-M/S

Address: bridgeXngs Poetry Center, 524 East 72nd St Ste 37DE, New York City NY 10021
Degree(s): MS, RPT, CASAC
Professional Licensure: Certified School Psychologist, Licensed Educator, Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor
Other professional disciplines: Retired school psychologist serving kindergarten through high school age children and their parents. Advisor to teachers and School Administrators. Teacher of Psychology in Adult Education program. Co-editor, The Healing Fountain: Poetry Therapy for Life’s Journey. NAPT President (1999-2001).
Other professional associations: Nassau County Psychology Association
RPT: RPT #R91-127, 1991 Mentor/Supervisor: 1999
Tel: (h) 212/327-0440; (w) 212/327-0440
Email: bridgeXngs@aol.com Website: http://www.bridgecrossings.org/
Areas of specialized knowledge: Child/adolescent, public school system, oncology, dementia,
chronic mental illness, substance abuse.
Specifics about training program: Offer training/supervision/peer poetry therapy groups regularly in Manhattan. 9-day “ActionWeek” intensive in Manhattan in July. A variety of on-line classes are offered that are designed to help meet peer group hours and didactic hours. Call for information and schedules.

Inactive Emeritus In Memoriam
Beverly Bussolati RPT George Bell DMin CPT-M/S Rosalie M Brown BA RPT-M/S
Owen Heninger MD RPT Arleen Hynes OSB RPT-M/S Jack Leedy MD-P RPT-M/S
Diane Hodges MA ATR RPT Joy Shieman RPT-M/S Arthur Lerner PhD RPT-M/S
Shanee Stepakoff PhD RPT Ruth Monser MSN RPT-M/S

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