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Landon is the principal educator for the Center for CPE. An ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (PCUSA), Landon earned an M.Div from Princeton Theological Seminary. Landon served congregations in California and London, UK, and completed clinical training in CPE, Ethics, and Integrative Medicine. After ten years of chaplaincy at an academic medical center, Landon was hired to direct the CPE program at Stanford Health Care.. Landon is on the editorial board of Reflective Practice, a journal for supervisors on formation and supervision in ministry and enjoys being with family and time in nature.
Rev. Jen Dillinger
Supervisor and Faculty, Center for CPE
Rev. Jen Dillinger is an ACPE Certified Educator and interfaith chaplain at SHC. An ordained Unitarian Universalist minister, Jen received her B.A. in Psychology from Stanford University and her M.Div. from Harvard Divinity School. Jen completed the Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Chaplain Internship at SHC followed by the Residency in 2004-2005. She served as a chaplain for several different academic medical centers in Boston before returning to SHC in 2012 to begin supervisory training. She has co-authored research articles on spirituality in healthcare in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, and Journal of Religion and Health.
Rev. Emily Linderman
Faculty, Center for CPE
Emily is an ACPE Certified Educator Candidate and interfaith Chaplain at SHC. An ordained United Church of Christ minister, she completed her CPE Residency at Stanford Health Care in 2017-2018. Emily stayed to complete a second-year Palliative Care Fellowship in 2018-2019 including an interdisciplinary cohort with University of California at San Francisco’s Practice Palliative Care program and a rotation with the Palliative Care team at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose. A graduate of Ball State University (B.Arch.) and Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry (M.Div.), Emily practiced architecture in Seattle for 12 years before transitioning to spiritual care. Emily served as a chaplain intern at King County Juvenile Detention Center and as a Shanti volunteer at the King County Jail in Seattle. She worked and served in several church settings including as Associate minister at Epiphany Parish in Seattle (Episcopal). Emily is an aspiring Somatic Abolitionist, enjoys creative expression in many forms – Improv, sketching, singing – and is happiest outside with a picnic, good book and the northern California sun and landscape.