Individual Ministry Supervision

Individual Ministry Supervision
Starts from:Wed, January 1, 2020
Campus Location

175 Royal Parade,Parkville,Victoria,Australia

Course Feature
  • Supervision The foundational unit to the Graduate Certificate in Supervision and Graduate Diploma in Supervision.
Class Description

This unit contributes to equipping students to provide individual supervision in a variety of disciplines— that is, supervision conducted on a one-on-one basis between a supervisor and a supervisee. The student will learn how to supervise:

(i) students in ministry formation (for example, those in formation to be a spiritual directors or pastoral carers), Coaches and Counsellors, and

(ii) qualified practitioners (for example, persons who have completed their formation as spiritual directors or pastoral carers, coaches and counsellors).

This unit will specifically focus on supervision within the tradition of Ignatian paradigm and assumes a basic knowledge of its fundamental principles. Students will learn about supervision as a process to maintain adequate standards of professionalism and a method of consultancy to widen the horizons of professionals and experienced practitioners in coaching, counselling, and ministry formation. The unit will focus on the development of skills, attitudes, approaches and knowledge. This unit aims to foster in practitioners, sustained  growth in the competencies for Individual Supervision.


LEARNING OUTCOMES

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

  1. Define individual ministry supervision, including the issues of confidentiality, ethics, quality control and legal concerns;
  2. Analyse current models of individual ministry supervision;
  3. Demonstrate an understanding of the contemplative stance to supervision and its relationship to Ignatian Spirituality;
  4. Relate basic principles of Relational Psychodynamics to individual supervision;
  5. Develop a personal approach to individual supervision which is supported by current literature and research;
  6. Evaluate their own strengths and areas for future growth in the provision of supervision in the light of feedback from lecturers and fellow students.

LECTURER

To be advised


DATE

To be offered in Semester 1, 2020.


TIME

TBA


VENUE

Jesuit College of Spirituality, 175 Royal Parade, Parkville VIC 3052


FEES

For academic credit                       $2,448

Not for academic credit                $1,224


RECOMMENDED READING

Bumpus, M. & R. Bradburn-Langer.  Supervision of Spiritual Directors: Engaging in Holy Mystery.  London, UK: Morehouse Publishing, 2005.

Cobb, M., C. Puchalski C., & B. Rumbold,  eds.  Oxford Textbook of Spirituality in Healthcare. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2012.

Conroy, M. Looking into the well: supervision of spiritual directors. Chicago, IL: Loyola University Press, 1995.

Fook, J, & F. Gardner. Practising Critical Reflection. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press, 2007.

Gardner, F. Critical Spirituality: A holistic approach to contemporary practice. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2011.

Hawkins, P., & R. Shohet. Supervision in the Helping Professions, 3rd ed. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press, 2006.

Hewson, Daphne, and Michael Carroll. Reflective Practice In Supervision. 2016

Ivens, SJ, M. The Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola. London: Newton Printing, 2004.

McSherry, W.  Making Sense of Spirituality in Nursing and Health Care Practice. London, UK: Jessica         Kingsley Publishers, 2006.

Paver, J. E. Theological Reflection and Education for Ministry.  Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2006.

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

Scroope, M.  Ignatian Spirituality for Today: Key readings for busy people. Pymble, NSW: Loyola Institute, 2011

Williams, Antony. Visual and Active Supervision: roles, focus, technique. New York, NY: W.W. Norton and Company, 1995.


 

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