What is Coaching Supervision?
‘Coaching supervision is a formal process of professional support, which ensures continuing development of the coach and effectiveness of his/her coaching practice through interactive reflection, interpretative evaluation and the sharing of expertise’
Bachkirova, Stevens and Willis
Understanding the clients and the context in which the coach works
An exploration of the coach and client relationship
To support the coach and ensure they are resourced to managing coaching work within their capacity
Reflection and exploration of client work
To include ethical considerations and referral processes
Psychological element of casework
Well-being considerations of the coach
Continued professional development
How much does it cost?
For a one hour session the fee is £70 (Reduced fees are available depending on individual circumstances and area of work e.g charity).
Are telephone and Skype sessions available?
Sessions can be face to face, telephone, Skype or zoom at the aforementioned rates.
When are appointments offered?
Availability includes weekday evenings (Mondays to Thursday 5.15pm to 8.15pm), all day Friday and Saturday mornings (7.00am to 12.15pm).
How many sessions will I need and how frequently?
Supervision takes place regularly and the length of time required is usually based on the number of client's you have on your caseload and are supporting. The majority of coaches usually opt for 1 hour or 1.5hrs depending on their need. This can be discussed and reviewed during your sessions.