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Pastoral Supervision courses at Wesley House

Certificate in Pastoral Supervision – 35 hours’ intensive block teaching at Wesley House, Cambridge, followed by 9 months of supervision practice and assessment. 13th to 17th July 2020 Initial training for those who may already supervise colleagues in ministry but wish to formalise their skill set and/or explore offering pastoral supervision to others. Diploma in

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‘Exploring Spiritual Abuse’ workshop, Edinburgh

Saturday 25th April, 2020, 1.30pm-4pm: 10min walk from Waverley Station WHAT is spiritual abuse? What are the key characteristics that lie behind this difficult label? And what impact does the experience of spiritual abuse have on people’s lives? Through input from current research, small group discussion and plenary, this workshop will help ‘soul care practioners’

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Experienced Practitioner Pathway – Pilot Scheme

Information for those members wishing to be considered for the pilot phase. SIX members will be offered the opportunity to take part in the pilot phase. Application packs, once issued, will need to be returned within three months. If you wish to be considered for the pilot please supply the following details:- Name APSE Membership

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An Introduction to Transactional Analysis

Institute of Pastoral Counselling & Supervision Continuing Professional Development Programme Download the flyer 8th- 9th July 2020 at Willersley Castle Hotel, Matlock DE4 5JH “Understanding Me, You & Us: An Introduction to Transactional Analysis” (TA101 Accredited Course 13hrs CPD) Course Leader: Chrissie Hosking MA, PTSTA, APSE Snr.Accred. 16 places available Understanding Me, You & Us

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New East Anglia Regional Group set to meet

First meeting on 29th November 2pm-4pm. Please contact: Natalie Andrews (natalie.andrews@elyteam.org)

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Certificate and Diploma in Pastoral Supervision

Applications are now open for the January 2020 intake to be held one Tuesday per month in Glasgow. Full details from Michael Paterson – michael@ipsrp.org.uk

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‘The Right Use of Power’ workshop, Edinburgh

Saturday 23rd November 2019: Right Use of Power – a Reflective Spaces Workshop POWER is the ability to influence and be influenced by others. Power is relational, and relationships can be messy. Good intentions are essential, but not enough to ensure we use our power well; we make mistakes, or even under-use the appropriate power

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Introductory Courses & Certificate & Diploma Courses

Introductory Courses THE Institute of Pastoral Counselling and Supervision (IPCS), leading to a Professional Certificate in Pastoral Supervision based in Nottingham begins with a free Taster Day. For those who might be interested, check out the Taster Days and more information on www.spti.net The course running at Spurgeon’s College, London, in association with IPCS begins

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