Reflective Practice is an Annual Journal that Provides a Framework to Promote Critical Reflection on
Formation and Supervision of Ministry in Various Contexts and from Diverse Faith Traditions.
The name of the Journal embodies its focus. Good practice relies on constant reflection. The capacity for critical self-reflection is essential for effective religious leadership and ministry practice. The disciplines of formation and supervision in ministry supported by this Journal include clinical pastoral education, supervision in pastoral counseling, supervised field education and formation in spiritual direction. The Journal seeks to enhance the work of formation and supervision in ministry by soliciting articles from a variety of religious and ethnic/cultural perspectives. We hope the readers will learn from reflecting on their practice as well as the supervision and formation in disciplines and contexts and religious traditions different than their own.
Volume 36 is available.
Theme: How Do Adults Learn?
Online Open Access of Volume 35:
We are pleased to announce that ALL volumes of Reflective Practice
(volumes 27 - 36) are now accessible online!
In addition, volumes 22 - 26 of the
Journal of Supervision andTraining in Ministry
are also now online. Just click the link above!
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This Journal is serving the constituencies of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC), The Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE), The Association for Theological Field Educators (ATFE) and training programs in Spiritual Direction.
Sponsored in part by grants from the ACPE, Inc, Pacific Region, and North Central Region, ACPE, Inc.