Professional Supervision in the Field
175 Royal Parade,Parkville,Victoria,Australia
PRE-REQUISITES DS8021J Individual Ministry Supervision; and DS9131J Peer and Group Supervision (or equivalent).
DISCIPLINES This unit is cross-listed in the disciplines of Spirituality (DS) and Pastoral Theology and Ministry Studies (DP).
DS9331J / DP9331J – this unit is a full-year, 48-point unit.
This unit aims to assist already-practicing supervisors from a range of multidisciplinary fields including: spiritual direction, ministry (religious and lay), counselling, psychotherapy, allied health and leadership.
Students will explore thenecessary professional skills that are to be demonstrated and integrated in order to equip them as practitioners in professional supervision. Topics include: maintaining confidentiality in mandatory disclosure issues or other critical situations;navigating cultural, religious, political differences and/or language difficulties; identifying/dealing with difficulties in the supervisory process.
Upon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:
- describe professional skills necessary to implement a supervisory process with a supervisee;
- critically evaluate appropriate feedback on supervisee holistic wellbeing;
- analyse skills necessary for a supervisee to identify and respond to a range of complex situations;
- outline skills necessary to enable a supervisee to develop and maintain effective professional practice within ethical and legal standards;
- critically review supervision sessions and reflective practice.
Rev Dr Cecilia Francis
Session 1 – Thursday 12th, Friday 13th and Saturday 14th March 2020
Session 2 – Friday 15th and Saturday 16th May 2020
Session 3 – Thursday 13th, Friday 14th and Saturday 15th August 2020
Session 4 – Friday 9th and Saturday 10th October 2020
9:00am to 5:00pm daily
Jesuit College of Spirituality, 175 Royal Parade, Parkville VIC 3052
For academic credit $5,280
Not for academic credit $2,640
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ASSOCIATE DEAN - SUPERVISION
Rev Dr Cecilia Francis is Director of the Institute for Ministry Development Inc. As a qualified Clinical Pastoral Educator (ASACPEV Inc.), Cecilia provides training, professional supervision and ministry development programs for individuals and groups fo...