Training & Resources

Training & Resources

Pastoral Supervision Training in the UK

APSE is pleased to recommend the following training providers:

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Right Use of Power – Taster

Monday 27th September 10am – 11.30am, fee £10. On Zoom. “The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” (Alice Walker). This workshop is a 90-minute exploration of five different kinds of power and the relationship between power and our role in accompanying others. For all who are interested […]

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Six Ways Group for Supervisors

Six Ways Group for Supervisors:- Two hours on Zoom, once a month on a Tuesday or Wednesday daytime from January to June. Dates and time to be decided with those who note interest by 30th November 2021. Do you facilitate supervision groups regularly or occasionally – or hope to lead a group in the future? This six-session series is […]

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Institute of Pastoral Supervision & Reflective Practice

IPSRP runs ongoing professional training in Pastoral and in Cross-Professional Supervision. The Certificate and Diploma courses are run twice per year with additional bespoke courses for specific audiences.   Since its inception in 2009 the course has attracted students from the UK, France, Greece, Malta, Australia and New Zealand. Alumni include adult educators, art therapists, […]

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Certificate in Pastoral Supervision and Reflective Practice

GLOUCESTERSHIRE Spiritual Direction Trust is inviting interest from spiritual directors, clergy and pastoral workers in the surrounding area for an exciting programme of learning newly available in this area starting in November 2021. The venue in Chipping Sodbury, South Gloucestershire, (to be confirmed by 1st September, 2021), has good road (M4 & M5) and rail […]

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Professional Diploma in Pastoral Supervision

THE Institute of Pastoral Counselling & Supervision (www.pastoralcs.org.uk) is running a short course – The Professional Diploma in Pastoral Supervision – starting in February 2022. This follows on from the PCPS, the Professional Certificate in Pastoral Supervision, and aims to support the reflective practice of graduates of the certificate course as they integrate theory and practice […]

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Professional Certificate in Pastoral Supervision

THE Institute of Pastoral Counselling & Supervision (IPCS) in association with Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute, Nottingham, is running six two-day mid-week workshops between October 2021 and June 2022. Download full details

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PhD in Wesleyan Leadership, Ministry or Supervision

Wesley House, the Methodist member institute of the Cambridge Theological Federation, is offering a PhD scholarship in Leadership, Ministry or Supervision to be hosted by its Centre for Leadership, Ministry and Supervision. The aim of the centre is, in partnership where possible, to develop excellence in leadership, ministry and supervision practice through: a) research, publication […]

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Reflecting theologically in Pastoral Supervision (CPD workshop)

Date: Saturday, 2nd October 2021, 10am – 2pm. This includes 30 minutes’ break for lunch, plus a 10-minute break in each morning and afternoon session. About the workshop: This event is a Continuing Professional Development workshop for qualified Pastoral Supervisors who work with Christians. It will explore how Pastoral Supervision can become more appropriately theologically-informed, and […]

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Perspectives on Shame and Pastoral Supervision (CPD Workshop)

Date: October 14th, 3pm-5pm Facilitator: Revd Dr Sally Nash BA PGCE MA DMTh PhD SFHEA Sally has over 35 years’ experience in ministry including over 20 years as a theological educator. The session draws on her PhD on shame in the church which she completed for her ordination training and her more recent book, “Shame […]

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