As coaching supervisors, we may ask our clients to move out of their heads and tune into their senses. The body, heart and gut are great sources of data and somatics is an increasingly popular aspect of Coaching and Supervision.
In this session, Laurie Hillis explored the importance of reflecting on shame and vulnerability in the work of the coach supervisor. Presentation slides: Hillis presentation
In this session, we debrief the Second Coaching Supervision Conference that took place in Montreal, Canada last June 13, 14, 2019. There were keynotes, group discussions, and demos.
In this session Eve Turner presents her research on the rise of Coaching Supervision and growing of coaching supervision business on April 3, 2017
Resources Bibliography provided by Michel Moral Altfeld David (1999) An experiential group model for psychotherapy supervision. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 49, p. 237-254. Bachkirova, T., Stevens, P., & Willis, P. (2005). Coaching supervision. Oxford: Oxford Brookes, Coaching and Mentoring
We understand another person in the same way as we understand, or seek to understand ourselves. What we do not understand in ourselves, we do not understand in the other person. —- C J Jung Coaching practices in
Three days before I embarked on a five-day, 50-hour training in coaching supervision, a friend and fellow coach questioned my plans, stating that to him, the value proposition seemed dubious. Having paid
Next webinars: September 17, 8:00 AM PST Eva Hirsch Pontes on Coaching Supervision Contracting Challenges October 22, 8:00 AM PST Elaine Patterson and Karin Prentice on Coaching Supervision Presence November, 19,8;00 AM PST Michelle Lucas on Peer Coaching Supervision December 10,