Peer and Group Supervision

Peer and Group Supervision
Starts from:Tue, January 1, 2019 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Campus Location

175 Royal Parade,Parkville,Victoria,Australia

Course Feature
  • Scheduling This unit will be scheduled in 2019.
Class Description

This unit introduces students to the principles and practice of peer and group supervision which complement individual ministry supervision. Students will be helped to grow in the skills of facilitating peer and group supervision. Students will learn how peer and group supervision can: (i) optimise learning processes during initial formation, and (ii) provide supervisees with opportunities for ongoing professional development in their ministry practice.


Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:

  1. define and differentiate between peer and group supervision;
  2. analyse current models of peer and group supervision, and relate theories of peer and group supervision to their own ministry setting;
  3. demonstrate an understanding of the contemplative stance to supervision, parallel processes, transference and counter-transference as they apply to peer and group supervision;
  4. articulate their own framework of peer and group supervision supported by current literature and research;
  5. evaluate their strengths and areas for growth in the provision of peer and group supervision in the light of feedback from lecturers and fellow students.

LECTURERS

Dr Carlos Raimundo


DATE

To be scheduled in 2019


TIME

9.00am to 5.00pm daily


VENUE

TBC


FEES

For academic credit                       $2,400

Not for academic credit                $1,200


RECOMMENDED READING

Billow, R. M. & R. Mendelsohn, “The peer supervisory group for psychoanalytic therapists,” Group, 11, 1, 1987, 35-46.

Greenburg, S.L. et al., “Peer Consultation Groups for Private Practitioners”, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 16, 3 (1985): 437-447.

Inskipp, F., “New Directions in Supervision.”, In New Directions in Counselling, edited by R. Bayne, 268-280. London: Routledge, 1996.

Lewis, G.J. et al. “Peer Consultation Groups for Psychologists in Private Practice: A National Survey.” Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 19 (1988): 81-86.

Paver, J.E., Theological Reflection and Education for Ministry: The Search for Integration in Theology. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2006.

Pohly, K., Transforming the Rough Places: The Ministry of Supervision, 2nd ed. Franklin, TN: Providence House Publishers, 2001.

Proctor, B., Group Supervision: A Guide to Creative Practice, 2nd ed. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 2008.

Pyle, W.T., and M.A. Seals, eds. Experiencing Ministry Supervision: A Field-Based Approach. Nashville, TN: Broadman and Holman Publishers, 1995.

Ward, F. Lifelong Learning: Theological Education and Supervision. London, UK: SCM Press, 2005.

Wilbur, M.P. et al., “Structured group supervision: theory into practice.” The Journal for Specialists in Group Work. 16, 2 (1991): 91-100.


 

  • Carlos Raimundo

    ASSOCIATE DEAN - SUPERVISION

    Dr Carlos A Raimundo is a medical doctor, psychiatrist, PhD, MBA, Executive Coach and Trainer, Supervisor living in Australia. He is the creator of the 3D Simulation Technology, the Play of Life®; that revolutionised individual and team behavioural trans...