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Foundations in Pastoral Supervision

Semester 1

This unit provides a framework for reflection, action and learning in the ministry of supervision.  It seeks to equip practicing pastors to work as supervisors for ordination candidates and ministers-in-formation.  The theory and practice of supervision will be explored through group work and theoretical input.  The distinctives of supervision alongside other mentoring, coaching and accountability processes will be considered. Theoretical input will address issues of goal setting, case studies and evaluation, developing feedback and intervention skills, ethics and duty of care, intercultural dynamics in supervision, along with an introduction to key psychological aspects including projection, transference and power in supervision.

Code
DP9077W
Level
Postgraduate
Discipline
Pastoral Theology and Ministry (DP)
Field
Theology: Mission and Ministry (D)
Prerequisites
Students will have successfully completed Supervised Theological Field Education (DP9067W and DP9069W) in an award. In addition, they will need to complete an application form and be interviewed and approved for acceptance into the program by the lecturer of Field Education.
Location
Whitley College   view location >
Faculty
Anne Mallaby   view profile >
Class Time
Intensive: 5 days in February/March