Lisa is Director of the Craighead Institute of Life and Faith, an Ignatian Institute which offers courses, consultancy and research focused on a faith that does justice through work that is experiential, participative and transformative. At the heart of Lisa’s work is enabling those who live on the margins to find their voice and have their contributions valued. She has supported frontline NHS and social care staff to be reflective and person centred practitioners.
Pastoral supervision has energised and sustained Lisa in her work. As a supervisor she desires to connect with what matters most to each supervisee in their ministry, so that they can act out of their own sense of God’s loving presence to keep hope alive in others.
Lisa is a lay member of the congregation of St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Glasgow and is studying for the Diploma in Supervision and Reflective Practice. She has lived her own faith as an academic researcher, third sector manager and advocate for inclusion and human rights.
Supervision and reflective practice is offered to individuals, groups and by Skype.
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