Reflective Supervision can assist clergy to view their ministry through a different lens and help one be attentive to the presence of God.
Reflective supervision is a form of pastoral supervision useful as a means for clergy to explore and reflect on the practice of ministry, their calling, and their wellbeing. A clergy person (supervisee) covenants to meet with a trained and approved supervisor in a supportive and confidential space. It is a relationship of accompaniment providing a safe space for reflection and reducing feelings of isolation.
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If you have any questions, contact the Rev. Shelly Petz, clergy faith and wellness consultant.
Participants in the Reflective Supervision process share what the program is meant to accomplish, how it works and the benefits they have seen.
Reflective Supervision is a ministry of confidential accompaniment. It is:
Reflective Supervision is a space to reflect on ministry and is an aid in enhancing the joy and creativity in ministry as well as reducing burnout. Reflective supervision helps clergy: