COMMISSION on ACCREDITATION of PASTORAL & PSYCHOTHERAPY TRAINING
C/O Charles Hicks
111 Center Street, Suite 1200
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
For Immediate Release
The Board of Trustees at its August 1, 2017, meeting accepting the resignation of Brian H. Childs as Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Commission on Accreditation of Pastoral and Psychotherapy Training (CAPPT) and elected George Hull to succeed him effective immediately. Childs will remain on the Board of Trustees as an active member.
Childs was the inaugural Chair of the Board of CAPPT with its founding in 2015. Hull has served on the board since its inception. Childs expressed his gratitude to the board for its work on behalf of the accreditation process for pastoral and psychotherapy training and he looks forward to continuing to make a contribution.
CAPPT is an independent accrediting body that performs site reviews, training program self-studies and recommends accreditation for seven-year terms. CAPPT reviews CPSP programs for accreditation and presents its results to the Executive Chapter and the Governing Chapter for affirmation of program quality. CAPPT works closely with the CPSP Accreditation Oversight Committee.
The CAPPT website is www.pastoralaccreditation.org.