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Author(s): Jane Leach, Michael Paterson
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Pastoral Supervision is increasingly sought out by people working in ministry. It offers a safe space to reflect theologically and constructively on pastoral experience.
Pastoral Supervision: A Handbook is the standard text for what is a growing discipline and endorsed by APSE, the Association of Pastoral Supervisors and Educators, which is now established as an accrediting professional body for all involved in supervision in a Christian context. Much has happened in the discipline since the first edition was published.
The second edition contains:
* a new foreword * a new introduction written by the authors * a new chapter on the nuts and bolts of structuring a supervision session * a new chapter on embodied active supervision * literature updates and textual improvements to the extant chapters.
Jane Leach is a Co-founder of the Association of Pastoral Supervisors and Educators and teaches Pastoral and Practical Theology in Cambridge. Michael Paterson is a priest in the Episcopal Church and practices as a psychotherapist and supervisor. He is a Co-founder of APSE.