Libby Grobmyer and Jonathan Freeman named as Co-Presidents of the College of Pastoral Supervision & Psychotherapy

29 Mar 2019 11:40 AM | Perry Miller, Editor (Administrator)

Libby Grobmyer, is a CPSP Board Certified Clinical Chaplain.  She serves as the Chaplain for the UAMS Palliative Care Service, and is a living donor advocate for the UAMS Transplant Program. 

Grobmyer joined the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2013.  She earned her Master’s Degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.  Libby is a graduate of the UAMS Clinical Pastoral Education Training Program.

She is the recipient of the UAMS Helen May Compassionate Care Award, and the UAMS Eli Award for Compassionate Care.   

Jonathan Freeman, DMin, BCCC, is a CPSP Diplomate in Pastoral Psychotherapy.  He is the director of pastoral care and counseling for Alamance Regional Medical Center, and is responsible for the employee assistance counseling program for all of Cone Health.

Freeman joined Cone Health in 1997. He earned his doctor of ministry degree in pastoral psychotherapy from the Graduate Theological Foundation in Mishawaka, Indiana. Freeman obtained his Master of divinity degree from Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta. Freeman completed his clinical pastoral education residency at Alamance Regional.