Janet R. McCormack


Dr. Janet R. McCormack

E-mailjan.mccormack@denverseminary.edu
Address6399 South Santa Fe Drive
Littleton, CO 80120
Phone303-761-2482
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Assistant Professor of Chaplaincy and Pastoral Counseling, Denver (Conservative Baptist) Seminary

B.A., Lock Haven University,
M.Div., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary,
D.Min., Denver Seminary,

Dr. Janet McCormack serves as the mentoring director for students in the chaplaincy and pastoral counseling programs and is the assistant professor of chaplaincy and pastoral counseling at Denver Seminary. She joined the full-time faculty in 2000.

Dr. McCormack holds a BA degree in Social Work from Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania, an MDiv degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in North Carolina and a DMin degree in the Executive Leadership Track from Denver Seminary.

Jan is ordained by the American Baptist Churches, USA and is a retired Air Force chaplain with 22 years experience in military chaplaincy, during which she pastored in five states and three foreign countries. She has experience as a hospital, police, prison, NASCAR, Drag Racing, Crisis and Trauma, and industrial chaplain. She has served as consultant to the U.S. Army Chaplaincy on mentoring; was a subject matter expert to the U.S. Navy Chaplaincy on Institutional Excellence; and is on the U.S. Air Force Chief of the Chaplains “Leaving a Legacy” mentoring team.

Her counseling expertise is in the areas of brief therapy and crisis, trauma, and disaster work. She is on the faculty of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Training Institute, training others in disaster response. Dr. McCormack is also a member of the Billy Graham Association’s rapid response team and serves as the team coordinator for Denver Seminary’s Crisis Incident Stress Management Team (CISM).

Dr. McCormack is the vice president of chaplaincy for Marketplace Samaritan, Inc., a non-profit corporation that places chaplains in business settings. She is a board-certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC) and holds membership and leadership positions in numerous counseling and chaplaincy professional organizations. Currently she is a board member with the APC, the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education and the Military Chaplains Association. She is a frequent presenter at professional and denominational organizations and seminars and has contributed articles on chaplaincy and counseling topics to several journals and magazines, as well as co-authoring The Work of the Chaplain.



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