Supervision as Spiritual Practice – Robin Shohet & Joan Wilmot

In our book, ‘In Love With Supervision: Creating Transformative Conversations‘, we describe 23 principles of...

Last updated 13 May 2024

In our book, ‘In Love With Supervision: Creating Transformative Conversations‘, we describe 23 principles of supervision, ending with supervision as spiritual practice. We described the 23 principles and looked at how they might have relevance, both for supervision and our lives beyond.

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Supervision as Spiritual Practice – Robin Shohet & Joan Wilmot

Presenter

Joan Wilmot

Joan co-founded CSTD in 1979 and works as a trainer, supervisor, psychotherapist and mediator. Her particular interest is in working with systems and using organisational and family constellations work. She has been running supervision training and working with teams, in particular in the NHS and voluntary sector, for over 40 years. Her passion is in enabling people to find the work they love and love the work they do. She is an active member of Playback Theatre and co-author of “The Boxing Clever Cookbook” (2002).

Robin Shohet

Robin Shohet has been supervising since 1977. He has a practice in London and Findhorn, Scotland and specialises in group supervision. He is co-author with Peter Hawkins of “Supervision in the Helping Professions” and editor of “Passionate Supervision” and “Supervision as Transformation.”