"The best part for me this time was the opportunity to engage in the small group conversations about the identity of APSE. They evoked a depth of thought and generated creative ideas and I felt privileged to have open dialogue with colleagues across the spectrum of pastoral supervision contexts. These contexts were presented by mini interviews with several individual members: health care and Army chaplains; new and long standing practitioners all shared their experiences and wisdom as did a pastoral supervision educator with fun slides to illustrate." Ruth Dormandy

"THIS year's APSE conference invited each participant to be a part of a collective conversation. I must admit that when I heard our discussions would take place through World Café, I automatically thought of speed dating! Fast-paced, interactive, and focused discussions led to creating an exciting wall of thought and ideas. What the format of this year's conference demanded was engagement and focus." Deanne Gardner


Interviews with Janet Davidson, Sue Jeppesen, Karen Murphy, Philip Burrows, Gill Carding  and Mogs Bazely.


Resilience tools: (Facilitator – Maureen Doncaster/Sarah Evans)

Power dynamics: (Facilitator – Elizabeth White)  

Values based reflective practice: (Facilitator – David Gordon)

Creative Methods in Supervision: (Facilitator Bob Whorton)

What does a good mediation process look like?  Mediation: Daring to Give It A Go: (Facilitator Owen Bubbers Jones)