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Pastoral Supervision Assessment

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This article presents a technique for assessing the pastoral supervision process. First we interpret supervision analytically and clarify its relevance by highlighting a typical problem in pastoral supervision, namely role tension. We then present the self-confrontation method, based on valuation theory, as a means of supervision assessment. Subsequently we illustrate its use by describing a case study of supervision that was analysed using this technique. Finally, we discuss the constraints and potential of this assessment technique in pastoral supervision. Elicitors for supervision assessment are provided in an appendix.


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