Scotland

Finding Supervision in Scotland:

ABERDEENSHIRE

ANDREW BENNETT offers individual and group supervision face to face, by phone or through Skype. He is particularly interested in supporting those in leadership or in youth ministry. He works as a health and social care Chaplain in Tayside working with children and young people in hospitals and in the community. He is a facilitator in reflective practice and offers pastoral and supervisory support to staff. Andrew has over 20 years’ of youth work experience in church and charity settings including Church ministerial leadership, pastoral work at Soul survivor/Clan Gathering conferences. Cost £40-50 per session Enquiries: andrewbennett1969@gmail.com

MURIEL KNOX offers individual and group pastoral  supervision. She is an Accredited APSE supervisor, a Baptist minister and retired hospital chaplain. She has many years’ experience in counselling and pastoral work and holds a Diploma in Counselling and Spiritual Development. Enquiries: murielknox@talktalk.net

DR ANN SCOTT is a retired psychotherapist and experienced supervisor, having spent many years working both in the UK and abroad. She holds a diploma in supervision and a Masters in Integrative Psychotherapy. Her main research area was the integration of Christian faith and psychotherapy practice, which over the years has led to working in Pastoral Supervision. She offers both individual and group supervision to those working in Christian ministry roles. Area of work: Westhill, Aberdeenshire. Contact: annscott@pascott.net.

BORDERS

There are currently no supervisors listed for this area – please see your next nearest area or contact us for a recommendation.

EDINBURGH

SUSANNE BEITAN offers individual supervision. Susanne is Director of Counselling in a Baptist Church in Edinburgh. She is an accredited counsellor, counselling supervisor and a trained Spiritual Director with a breadth of experience in providing pastoral care and in training and supporting others who provide it. She is herself a reflective practitioner in these disciplines and a strong encourager of others to develop reflective skills for use in all walks of life. Supervision helps bring perspective, insight and a sense of well- being through sharing, exploring and reflecting on what are sometimes complex dilemmas. Enquiries: susannebeitan@gmail.com. Fees negotiable.

JOANNE FOSTER offers individual and group supervision. I have experience in supervising clergy; hospital chaplains; nursing staff (group supervision); counsellors. My core belief is that each practitioner brings their own expertise into the supervisory process. My role is to create a reflective space where individuals can share their work, aspirations and concerns, in a safe and respectful environment. My credentials: COSCA accredited certificate in clinical supervision; Advanced Diploma in Counselling; MBACP (accred.); experienced and fully trained Church mediator (groups/individuals). I am currently a parish minister. Previous work settings: healthcare chaplain; supervisor of clergy and counsellors. Email: rev.jnnfoster@gmail.com Fee: negotiable

MICHAEL PATERSON offers individual and group pastoral supervision, face to face, by phone and by skype.  He is an APSE accredited Supervisor and Educator, an Episcopalian priest, pastoral theologian & psychotherapist.  He is the founding director of the Institute of Pastoral Supervision & Reflective Practice and lead trainer for the Diploma in Pastoral Supervision course.  His published works include: Pastoral Supervision: A Handbook, SCM 2010 and Enriching Ministry: Pastoral Supervision in Context, SCM 2014.   Enquiries: michael@joiningthedots.org.uk

ELIZABETH WHITE offers individual and group supervision for all in caring, listening or helping roles. She is a Spiritual Director, is involved in training, and also coordinates an adult learning programme for the Diocese of Edinburgh. Passionate about offering support and transformational learning through reflective practice, Elizabeth holds a Cross-Professional Diploma in Creative Supervision, and is also trained in supervision for Spiritual Directors. She works in Edinburgh, also by Skype, and through soulful group workshops. www.reflectivespaces.org.uk Enquiries: reflectivespaces@yahoo.co.uk

JENNY WILLIAMS offers individual and group pastoral supervision.  She is an APSE Accredited supervisor, trained in counselling and spiritual accompaniment, with a Masters in Practical Theology. She is a Church of Scotland minister, whose ministry has been mainly in health and healing. Seen in this light the purpose of the supervisory process is to bring life and health, through developing skills of reflection; thus enabling encouragement and inspiration. Enquiries : jennywilliams@gmx.co.uk.

FIFE

Rev Carolann Erskine BD (Hons), Diploma in Pastoral Supervision and Reflective Practice (IPSRP). From the 1990s Carolann’s main areas of interest have been the Christian Healing Ministry, the Acorn Christian Listening Ministry, Healing Wounded History, Managing Effective Change, Coaching in Ministry and she is about to embark upon the Macedonian Ministry (Theory of Change). She combines Parish Minister with training students and supervisors in ministry, and supervision for supervisors, offering pastoral supervision to individuals and groups in creative and soulful ways. Carolann believes that pastoral supervision can enable ministers to return to the workplace refreshed, revitalised and resourced. Enquiries: carolanngrace66@gmail.com. Fees arranged by discussion.

GLASGOW

MICHAEL PATERSON offers individual and group pastoral supervision, face to face, by phone and by skype.  He is an APSE accredited Supervisor and Educator, an Episcopalian priest, pastoral theologian & psychotherapist.  He is the founding director of the Institute of Pastoral Supervision & Reflective Practice and lead trainer for the Diploma in Pastoral Supervision course.  His published works include: Pastoral Supervision: A Handbook, SCM 2010 and Enriching Ministry: Pastoral Supervision in Context, SCM 2014.   Enquiries: michael@joiningthedots.org.uk

REV. IAN TAYLOR, B.D.(Hons), Th.M, Diploma in Pastoral Supervision & Reflective Practice (IPSRP). Ian is a Church of Scotland Parish Minister, and a Supervisor/Trainer for the Church of Scotland. He is motivated by a desire to make a difference in the work practice and lives of those whom he supervises. This ‘super vision’ will hopefully benefit both the supervisee and those with whom they work. As a Christian minister there is a theological dimension to his supervisory work. Individual and group supervision. Special Interests: Clergy, pastoral workers, enquirers, academics, educators. Enquiries: taylorian@btinternet.com Fees arranged by discussion.

INVERNESS

There are currently no supervisors listed for this area – please see your next nearest area or contact us for a recommendation.

NORTH EAST SCOTLAND

Blair Robertson offers Pastoral Supervision to clergy of any denomination, chaplains, healthcare professionals – anyone who desires to intentionally reflect upon their work for the benefit of those they serve. He has been a Parish Minister, an NHS Healthcare Chaplain and the manager of a large team of Chaplains for a Scottish Health Board. In these roles Blair made a priority of supporting his colleagues in their professional development and practice. He holds the Diploma in Pastoral Supervision from the Institute of Pastoral Supervision & Reflective Practice, and is a Senior Accredited Pastoral Supervisor. Blair lives in Elgin, in the north-east of Scotland. Fees between £35-£45 per hour for individuals. For more information please e-mail: Blair.Robertson@tiscali.co.uk

PERTHSHIRE

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