Thursday, 20 November 2014

Transforming Practices Programs and Supervision in 2018

In 2019 Transforming Practices Supervisors will continue to offer individual and group supervisionforums for those in pastoral care and ministry and supervisory training. 



NEW: Michael Paterson July 20-23, 2019
Director Institute of Pastoral Supervision & Reflective Practice, Edinburgh, Scotland
Pastoral Supervision: Revisited and Revisioned
Registration Now Open Click here
Pastoral Supervision: Revisited and Revisioned
(Open to supervisees, supervisors and people in ministry formation and education)
Explores the gift of pastoral supervision and what is happening in pastoral supervision today. 
July 20, 2019 9.30am-4pm  Download full details
Fractious Issues Emerging in Pastoral Supervision (Supervisors only)
Designed to support pastoral supervisors and pastoral supervisor trainers to articulate and explore issues from their practice and the questions and challenges facing our supervisees. 
July 21, 9.30am-4pm   
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Spiritual Resources and Theological Reflection for Pastoral Supervisors (Supervisors only)
 
Making Meaning and theological reflection; the skill of reflective practice in ministry contexts; and who is the supervisor and supervisee in pastoral supervision. 
July 22 and 23, 9.30am-4pm  Download full details
Venue: Kensington Chevalier Resource Centre, 1 Roma Ave. Kensington
Information: Peter Maher:  petermaher@hotmail.com  or  0439 460 779


FORUMS FOR 2019  
Wednesday March 13  2019: Pastoral Care: Daring to be with Others.  Sr Margaret Ghosn, Maronite Sister of the Holy Family, Master of Theology, Master of Education, Bachelor of Theology, Bachelor of Science (Hons). 
Margaret’s book The Miracle of Love (2018) notes that the essential element that makes a helpful pastoral intervention in people’s lives is love for them. How do we care for people, what do we do or say, how do we deal with our own demons and what happens when we are overwhelmed or paralysed by the pain or beauty of the lives of those we care for? Pastoral caring is often a slow process requiring patience, honesty, authenticity and being at home with silence. These themes and many more will be explored in this workshop.
Wednesday March 13  2019, 5 pm for 5.30pm – 7.30 pm at Transforming Practices Rooms, Library underneath the church, 29 Oxford Street, Epping. 
RSVP Essential by March 10 to Peter Reedy 0407760783 Email: preedy@cmaustralia.org
Details here

SUPERVISOR TRAINING: 2019 training dates here 
NEW: Supervisory Training beginning in 2019: Monday 
April 15, Portfolio of Learning, Monday June 3 Introduction day, then join Michael Paterson July 20-23, 2019 at a special rate for accredited theory hours. More details here




NEW: Padraig O Tuama – Irish peacemaker and poet
Sydney Feb 4-6, 2109 Spirituality in Untrusting Waters
                                               Details are here



FACILITATED GROUP SUPERVISION FOR PASTORAL PRACTITIONERS Details