Reflective Practice Groups
Reflective Practice Groups are most effective for groups of 5-6 clergy with a trained, independent facilitator, meeting regularly over two years.
- St Luke’s for Clergy Wellbeing believes that clergy who are involved in pastoral care need the training and discipline of frequent, ongoing support or supervision to sustain their work and help them flourish
- Regular reflection in a group has been shown to reduce feelings of isolation, support boundary-setting and develop self-awareness
- Dioceses can request funding for their existing groups, or dioceses wanting to set up new groups can contact St Luke’s for help with the process, and this will be funded by the wellbeing workshops programme
- Each group supported, for one year, will count as one course credit
- Mental Health First Aid by humantalk
- Trauma-informed Ministry: Reflecting on Covid and moving forward in a changed world by Hilary Ison
- Building a Healthy Team and Dealing with Conflict by Thrive Worldwide
- Stress and Resilience: Starting Well by Thrive Worldwide
- Leadership Training for Emerging Leaders by GiANT
- Leadership Training for Established Leaders by GiANT
- Reflective Practice Groups by St Luke's for Clergy Wellbeing
Please contact us with workshop suggestions, feedback, to request a hard-copy of the brochure and any other queries.
St Luke's for Clergy Wellbeing offer a range of preventive resources, training and services in support of clergy wellbeing, made available via the dioceses, as well as one-to-one psychological therapy for individual clergy. They help clergy to flourish in their ministry.
Book a workshop
Workshops are booked directly with providers, by the designated wellbeing workshops lead for your diocese. If you are the nominated person, you can get in touch directly with providers using this form.