A BRIEF ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF CLINICAL PASTORAL EDUCATION IN SCOTLAND TODAY
Keywords:Clinical Pastoral Education, chaplaincy, clinical supervision, reflective practice
This article examines the place of CPE in Scotland today, what is available for practitioners wishing to study CPE and what that education involves. It also discusses the voluntary nature of CPE in Scotland and the difference between CPE and clinical supervision
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