Welcome to Pastoral Care Training & Praxis, Inc.

The Pastoral Care Training & Praxis organization is dedicated to excellence of pastoral ministry including pastoral care and counseling.  

The programs of Pastoral Care Practice, Certified units of Clinical Pastoral Education and Pastoral Psychotherapy enable care givers to develop a unique form of ministry and education.  The respect of a Care Giver's person and healing, change, growth, development and unique integration of personal and professional ministry are central to PCT&P's mission.

Pastoral care and counseling seeks to empower growth toward wholeness in all of the six interdependent aspects of a person's life:

     Enlivening one's mind

      Revitalizing one's body'

     Renewing and enriching one's intimate relationships

      Deepening one's relationship with nature and the biosphere

     Growth in relation to the significant institutions in one life

     Deepening and vitalizing one's relationship with God


Board Members of PCT&P, Inc.:

Dr. Robert L. Griffin, M.Div., Psy.D.  CPSP, BCC, CPE Supervisor, Director

The Rev. Hulon Kemp, M.Div., CPSP,  Supervisor in Training

The Rev. Dr. John Walker, M.Div., D.Min.

Mindy Littlejohn, M.A., CPSP, BCC, CPE Supervisor

Ruth Rucker, RN

Robert L. Griffin, M.Div., Psy.D. (Director) is a Diplomate Supervision and Psychotherapy with the College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy, a Certified Family Life Educator, a retied U.S. Army Chaplain and retired member of the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta.

"As a pastoral counselor, trained in theology (Master of Divinity Degree) and psychology 
(studies in Marriage and Family Therapy and Clinical Supervision) my goal is to help 
uncover your true potential and lead a life that is satisfying and relationships that are 
fulfilling."

"While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better 
understand and resolve challenges in your life.  By applying complementary therapy 
approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and 
meaningful life."


Sign up for Pastoral Care Training Opportunities:  

Application:   Click Here   

NOTE:   A new address for the Application:   
              167 Eagles Club Drive 
               Stockbridge, Georgia  30281