A Description of Supervision
Supervision is a formalised regular sustained review of a supervisee’s self and work, undertaken within a structured, contractual supervisory relationship.
Good supervision enables the supervisee to grow both as a person and as a practitioner: it helps ensure that the supervisee’s practice is safe, effective and ethical.
The attached document further explores the main functions of supervision, characteristics of effective supervision, and the characteristics which make a supervisory relationship distinct from other relationships.
An introduction to Spiritual Direction
The relationship of Spiritual Direction is a holding in relationship with God. It is an invitation and empowerment to become aware, identify and clarify the movement of the Spirit and the action of God in the directee’s life.
Spiritual Direction is a relationship which is undertaken with great care, on the part of the director and the directee. The primary focus of the relationship between directee and director, is the directee’s relationship with God.
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