Coach Supervision

Individual Coach Supervision

From the ICF:

Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of both coaches and clients. As your Supervisor, the framework of supervision that I use is the 7 eyed model first described by Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet. This approach takes a multi-pronged look at the influences present in the coaching and supervisory relationship with a focus on the challenges experienced by the coach in the session. The supervision space is one of reflection, insight and support – a space to deeply examone those themes that are influential in our coaching work.

Themes that are commonly discussed include

  • overt/covert ethical dilemmas and blindspots
  • cultural vulnerability
  • challenging client encounters
  • confidence and courage in coaching work
  • coach development and goal setting
  • awareness and self management
  • boundary setting
  • compassion fatigue and other occupational hazards 

Group Supervision

I have partnered with Dare to Dream Coaching services as the exclusive manager for my Group Supervision services. Contact them directly for further information on this cost effective approach to supervision.