Professional Supervision Australia
Supervision that deepens integrity, wisdom, competence, & faith
Graham Joseph Hill, Ph.D.
Director of “Professional Supervision Australia”
Graham has spent 30 years in the educational, corporate, and not-for-profit sectors, including roles such as professor, pastor, CEO, college principal, spiritual mentor, leadership consultant, and professional supervisor. Graham has supervised, mentored, and coached hundreds of individuals and teams toward ministry success. He specializes in professional supervision and is currently completing a Graduate Diploma in Professional Supervision through the University of Divinity, Australia. Graham guides toward spiritual depth and integrity, emotionally intelligent leadership, change management processes, strategy, spiritual growth, and values-driven leadership. Graham is an Associate Professor at the University of Divinity in Melbourne, an experienced CEO and former college Principal, and a trained Professional Supervisor.
Dr. Graham Joseph Hill is the Director of Professional Supervision Australia, ABN: 62785442254
Professional supervision is a “relationship between two or more disciples who meet to consider the ministry of one or more of them in an intentional and disciplined way. Such an arrangement allows each person being supervised to give an account of their work, to explore their responses, review their aims and develop their strategies and skills” (Leach and Patterson, 2015. Pastoral Supervision. p.1).
Professional supervision has been defined as the following:
• regular, structured, and intentional conversations between supervisor and supervisee
• focused on work and practice
• paying attention to the supervisee’s current context
• within the framework of a shared theological, spiritual, ethical, and legal understanding
• paying attention to issues of fitness to practice, skill development, management of boundaries, professional identity, and the impact of work upon all concerned parties including the individuals and communities the supervisee serves and leads. (Australian Baptist National Baptist Supervision Framework, 2021).
We “enter into an intentional relationship to reflect on our ministry practice, so that we are able to draw out and discover what God is calling us to do and be” (Professional Supervision: A Guide for Clergy and Lay Ministers, p.8).
How does professional supervision work?
A typically professional supervision session runs for up to 90 minutes. Sessions may be face-to-face, on Skype, Zoom, or FaceTime, or a mixture. Dr. Graham Joseph Hill can offer professional supervision no matter where you are in the world!
4 sessions per year
$1,000 AUD per year (first session free)
6 sessions per year
$1,350 AUD per year (first session free)
8 sessions per year
$1,600 AUD per year (first session free)
12 sessions per year
$2,000 AUD per year (first session free)
Note: Sessions above and beyond the package are $350 each, plus travel expenses. All prices are in Australian dollars.
"In an oppressive society, if a group stands up to take care of the lambs, it automatically stands up against the wolves." Vishal Mangalwadi, Truth and Social Reform, 1989, p.98
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