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Biographies for the Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisors of the Department of Pastoral Care & Education at NewYork-Presbyterian.

Rev. Dr. Beth Faulk Glover
Rev. Dr. Beth Faulk Glover

The Rev. Dr. Beth Faulk Glover is an Episcopal Priest and serves as the Corporate Director of Pastoral Care & Education for NewYork-Presbyterian, the University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell. NYP includes five campuses: Columbia University Medical Center, Weill Cornell Medical Center, the Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, the Allen Hospital and the Payne Whitney Psychiatric Hospital, Westchester Division, and has approximately 2,400 beds. There is one unified department of Pastoral Care & Education across the five campuses with a total of 24 staff and an extensive CPE program with residents, interns and supervisory education students.

Rev. Glover is certified as a supervisor by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc. She has worked at several major hospitals in New York City and in the inner city and suburbs of northern New Jersey. The Rev. Glover is canonically resident in the Episcopal Diocese of Newark.

Originally from Virginia, Rev. Glover attended The College of William and Mary, ('88) then moved to New York City to attend Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York ('91). She received her Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care and Pastoral Supervision from the New York Theological Seminary in 2007 and her Master of Sacred Theology in Christian Spirituality (S.T.M.) from the General Theological Seminary in 2008. She has also done extensive training in Modern Group Psychoanalysis and in Family Systems Theory with Rabbi Edwin Friedman and Monica McGoldrick. She is currently working on her Ph.D. in Religious Education at Fordham University in New York City, where she is a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society (the only all disciple honor society).

Rabbi Naomi Kalish
Rabbi Naomi Kalish

Rabbi Naomi Kalish is a Conservative Rabbi, ordained at Jewish Theological Seminary. She is the Coordinator of Pastoral Care & Education at the NYP Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital and a certified supervisor (Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc.). She is the current President of the National Association of Jewish Chaplains (NAJC) and a doctoral student in education at New York University where she was a Steinhardt Fellow from 2008-2011. Articles Rabbi Kalish has written include, "Evidence-Based Spiritual Care" (Current Opinion in Supportive and Palliative, and "Encountering the Other: Making Space for Learning," Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry, for which she was awarded the ACPE Len Cedarleaf Award in Theology. Rabbi Kalish serves on the Faculty of the Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and on the Faculty and curriculum development team of the Pediatric Chaplains Institute.

Rev. Lynne M. Mikulak
Rev. Lynne M. Mikulak

The Rev. Lynne M. Mikulak is a United Church of Christ minister and the Coordinator of Pastoral Care & Education at the NYP/Westchester Division. She has been serving the psychiatric population as a chaplain and administrator, and Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor at the Westchester Division since 2005. She began her NYP career as staff chaplain for the Center for Special Studies at the Weill Cornell Division in 2002. Rev. Mikulak is a board certified chaplain (Association of Professional Chaplains), and a certified supervisor (Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc.). She was awarded The ACPE 2008 Len Cedarleaf Award for her outstanding theory papers. Rev. Mikulak received her Master of Divinity at Yale University Divinity School and her Master of Social Work from the University of Connecticut School of Social Work. For ten years prior to her becoming ordained, she was a newspaper reporter, and has a Bachelor of Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. Rev. Mikulak recently had a chapter published on "Spirituality Groups" in the compendium, Professional Spiritual and Pastoral Care, A Practical Clergy and Chaplain's Handbook and has an article entitled, "A Person-Centered Spiritual Recovery Tool for Hospitalization and Beyond," in the Spring 2013 issue of Mental Health News.

Rev. A. Meigs Ross
Rev. A. Meigs Ross

The Rev. A. Meigs Ross is an Episcopal priest and the Manager of Pastoral Care & Education at NYP/Weill Cornell. She is a board certified chaplain (Association of Professional Chaplains), a certified supervisor (Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc.), a licensed master of social work, (LMSW) and a licensed system-centered therapist (SCTRI). Rev. Ross has also served as the Director of Clinical Pastoral Education at HealthCare Chaplaincy and as Director of Pastoral Care & Education at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in New York City and at Nyack Hospital, in Nyack NY. Rev. Ross received a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary and an MSW from New York University. She has clinical expertise in behavioral health, crisis pastoral care and the care of families and staff members in transition. She is passionate about the ministry of pastoral care, clinical pastoral education and the integration of spirituality and religion in everyday life.

Contact

Pastoral Care & Education
NewYork-Presbyterian
Columbia & Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital
Tel.: (212) 305-5817
Pastoral Care & Education
NewYork-Presbyterian
Allen Hospital
Tel.: (212) 932-5310
PaPastoral Care & Education
NewYork-Presbyterian
Weill Cornell
Tel.: (212) 746-6971
Pastoral Care & Education
NewYork-Presbyterian
Westchester
Tel.: (914) 997-5999

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