I have provided supervision for over 20 years. During that time worked with coaches, clinicians and multidisciplinary teams. So why might you consider working with a Supervisor? Someone whom you can explore your practice.
In our work with individual clients and teams we can be confronted with challenging stories, events, which might trigger positive or negative emotions or a confusing response which you would like to explore and learn from.
Supervision is a confidential, relational, and values the supervisor supervisee relationship. The purpose being to facilitate reflection, explore values and beliefs, ethical issues, develop critical reflective skills, and maintain professional standards.
Supervision, individual and group, is offered for Coaches and for Clinicians and Managers, working in community, residential and inpatient hospital settings.
Supervision is not mandatory for Coaches Credentialed though ICF, as it is for AoC, and EMCC, but it is considered best practice as it increases their ability to work within the professional competency frameworks.
I have mentored colleagues, peers and direct reports for over 20 years. I work with Coaches working to obtain an ACC or PCC Credential with ICF? I can provide you with the 10 hours of Mentor Coaching required to gain your credential. During our 10 hours together I can: discuss clients, listen to and provide feedback on recorded sessions, be your client/coachee, explore coaching approaches, discuss coaching competencies and provide feedback on your coaching. The aim to work with you to succeed.