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Experiencing and Reflecting on Thinking and Feeling in Pastoral Care: Deploying Psychological Type Theory in Continuing Ministerial Formation

Psychological type theory suggests that the two contrasting judging functions of thinking and feeling may be reflected in different approaches to and different practices of pastoral care. The present study describes an exercise designed to help clergy experience and explore these differences and obs... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Adult Theological Education 01 May 2015, Vol.12(1), pp.69-78
Main Author: Smith, Greg
Other Authors: Francis, Leslie J
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ID: ISSN: 1740-7141 ; E-ISSN: 1743-1654 ; DOI: 10.1179/1740714115Z.00000000037
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description: Psychological type theory suggests that the two contrasting judging functions of thinking and feeling may be reflected in different approaches to and different practices of pastoral care. The present study describes an exercise designed to help clergy experience and explore these differences and observes and analyses the responses of two groups of clergy (curates and training incumbents) who participated in the exercise (N = 27, 15). The data commend the experience for wider application.
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Psychological type theory suggests that the two contrasting judging functions of thinking and feeling may be reflected in different approaches to and different practices of pastoral care. The present study describes an exercise designed to help clergy experience and explore these differences and observes and analyses the responses of two groups of clergy (curates and training incumbents) who participated in the exercise (N = 27, 15). The data commend the experience for wider application.

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