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Dr. Donald W. Winslett

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Founder and Director

Phone: (850) ***-****  HQ Phone
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Center for Clergy Care & Education
900 Gardengate Circle
Pensacola , Florida 32504
United States

Company Description: The Center for Clergy Care and Education is an ecumenical program designed to address the spiritual, educational, psychological, and emotional needs of pastors and...   more

Employment History


  • Ed.D.
  • Samford University
  • Master of Divinity degree
    Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Doctorate in Education
    New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
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Web References
Center for Clergy Care & Education - Home, 14 May 2015 [cached]
Donald W. Winslett, Ed.D., founder and director of the Center, has maintained a private practice as a licensed psychologist for nearly 30 years. An ordained minister, he has also served as Director of Clinical Pastoral Education at Baptist Hospital. Over the years, he has trained approximately 500 pastors through the action-reflection-action learning model of CPE.
Pastoral Services Staff, 15 Oct 2012 [cached]
Donald W. Winslett Ed.D. is Director of Clinical Pastoral Education. He is a graduate of Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. His Master of Divinity degree was earned at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, and his Doctorate in Education from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dr. Winslett was certified as an ACPE Supervisor (Acting Level) in 1981. He was certified as full Supervisor in 1984. Dr. Winslett has served as a Supervisor of Clinical Pastoral Education at Baptist Hospital in Pensacola, Florida, since 1982. Dr. Winslett is also a state of Florida licensed psychologist and licensed marriage and family therapist.
Center for Clergy Care & Education - Special Events, 21 Oct 2014 [cached]
Don Winslett, the Director of the Center for Clergy Care and Education, works extensively in the area of grief and bereavement, assisting pastors in the area of making responsible pastoral interventions at times when death is imminent.
"Loving Self, Loving God" - led ... [cached]
"Loving Self, Loving God" - led by Don Winslett, Director of Center for Clergy Care & Education
Counseling The Counselors | inweekly, 2 Nov 2011 [cached]
"It's a story I hate and love to tell," said Donald Winslett.
Winslett is the founder and director of the center and has spent his life helping others. The ordained minister has been a licensed psychologist for the past 30 years and has worked at Baptist Hospital as the director of clinical pastoral education. Working as a minister and a psychologist, Winslett saw a link and has been striving to fill the void of pastoral support groups.
"Eight to 10 percent of the population is clinically depressed," Winslett said. "Ten percent is chemically addicted, three percent is bipolar. That does not exclude clergy."
With the Center for Clergy Care and Education, Winslett is trying to provide clergy members continuing education classes to better their profession and someone with whom they can discuss issues.
"Very few pastors have a pastor," Winslett noted. "One of the things I want to provide is for us to be a network."
THE NEED FOR NURTURING Before the Center for Clergy Care and Education, Winslett was already a friend and mentor to clergy in the community.
Bailey has known Winslett for over 20 years and has had his own "gut-wrenching" experiences with him.
"Don also has an uncanny way of keeping a person accountable, not letting you off the hook for something you 'needed to own,' yet allow you to come to grips with internal weaknesses that ultimately he would help to turn into strengths," Bailey explained.
"Ordination is not a vaccination," Winslett said.
The near-death experience and the teachings of Winslett have taught Posell to stop and breathe once in a while.
Winslett relates crisis to cancers. They have various stages. He wants to teach clergy members to recognize when they're Stage 1, which doesn't always happen.
"I rarely get a phone call from a pastor that says, 'I think I have a problem'," Winslett said. "It's 'I need to see you today'."
And then when a pastor does finally seek help, they are ashamed.
"Every pastor uses the back door," Winslett said. "They're uncomfortable with possibly bumping into one of their parishioners."
Don teaches how to handle that stress in productive ways."
"There's eleven-hundred of them and one of me," Winslett said.
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