Like its counterparts in CSA’s supervision training around the world, this rigorous 1-year program centers on creating a lively professional partnership with coaches - one in which they can significantly develop their range and capabilities as a coach and supervisor and return to their work resourced and stimulated. It is highly experiential in its approach while still being supported by teaching, practice and feedback in classic and current supervision theories and models.
Celebrating our 8th Year:
With the Diploma first accredited in 2005, CSA's Faculty membership quickly grew and was able to offer the same Program to an international audience. With a strong team it quickly established a place in the Coaching Supervision community in America. Adapting to new research and reflecting current thinking in the sector, whilst always modelling the same ethos and high standards for learning.
In the Americas program we continue the huge success of previous years, with 2024 offering another opportunity for coaches, supervisors and leaders to develop their skills and practice by becoming accredited graduates of the CSA Diploma in Coaching Supervision.
What distinguishes the CSA Diploma programme is that in addition to a thorough training in classic supervision models, students will be trained in CSA’s Full Spectrum Model of Coaching Supervision.
The Full Spectrum Model incorporates Hawkins & Shohet’s 7-eyed model of Supervision together with core teaching and practice on the Use of Self in Supervision, multi-dimensional Presence work which utilizes the seminal ideas of Sharmer/Senge et al (TheoryU), work with subtle energies , Buddhist Psychology, and quantum physics – a living, relational perspective.
There is also teaching on Coaching Psychology and on Systems Thinking. This broad range ensures that the course is both challenging and holistic. Personal Development for Supervisors is foundational and attention is paid to bringing mature reflective practitioners into the profession.
Orientation Call: Thursday 18th January 2024
Building the Community Call: Thursday 1st February 2024
Module 1: Wednesday 21st - Friday 23rd February 2024 - x 3 days
Module 2: Wednesday 29th - Friday 31st May 2024 - x 3 days
Module 3: Thursday 24th - Friday 25th October 2024 x 2 days
Please keep the Module days entirely free. The exact running times will be confirmed in due course, the course finishes in January 2025
Faculty for 2024 (AMS8):
We are exploring the options for the next Americas course. Although our focus is on the succesful delivery of AMS7 for the great cohort of students who are already working with us. The faculty team below are leading the current programme and there may be some changes for AMS8. We encourage new faculty members to join as they gain experience with their own practice although the core team members are unlikey to change.
CSA AMS7 Faculty:
Program Leader Americas and APAC
Leanne accredited with CSA in 2007, she was instrumental in starting our Asia Pacific program in 2011 and we are delighted that she is now the Program Lead for the Americas program. As well as leading these 2 CSA programs she also works for a Global Fortune 50 company focusing on the culture, leadership and team component of large scale technology transformation programs.
CSA Webinar leaders and supervisors:
Dorothy Atcheson, is specially trained in systems - working with organisations, teams and groups of all kinds - and takes a ‘systems inspired’ approach to all of her coaching, facilitation and supervision. Accredited with CSA in 2013, Dorothy enjoys reflecting with those immersed in complex organisational settings or exploring the intricacies of group dynamics.
Sophie Bizeul, With +4000 hours of combined coaching/mentoring/supervision/training experience, I work with private individuals and mid-to-top executives coming from diverse industries in the public and private sectors across North and South America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
Francine Campone, my work in the coaching field includes over thirty years as a coach, coach educator and mentor and researcher. This includes working with mature professionals making mid-life and mid-career transitions. I offer reflective and creative supervision to coaches seeking to deepen their learning and self-understanding
Poyee Dorrian, As a multicultural executive coach, facilitator, and reflective thinking partner with nearly 30 years of professional experience, PoYee’s roles leading in Fortune Top Ten as a business leader have guided her to forge a path to bring purposeful and conscious leadership to individuals and organizations through coaching and coaching supervision.
Dr Kathryn Downing specialises in reflective practise in virtual small groups and achieved her doctoral thesis ‘Creating the Container for Reflective Practice in Virtual Coaching Supervision’ this year. She accredited with CSA in 2015 and she has a joyous commitment to lifelong learning and a belief in the value and rewards of regular reflective practise.
Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, a global leadership consulting and executive coaching firm with more than 130 coaches and coach supervisors partnering with top organizations globally. Ken is passionate about the importance of establishing a mindful reflective practice for the leaders he coaches as well as the coaches he supervises.
Dr Alison Hodge, CSA's Consultant to Faculty and Curriculum, Alison is an EMCC coach at Master Practitioner level and APECS Coaching Supervisor. Her practice is underpinned by the Global Code of Ethices and APECS Ethical Guidelines. Alison completed her Professional Doctorate in 2014 and co-faciltates the first UK-based EMCC accredited programme in 'Self as Group Supervisor'.
Lynne de Lay, Lynne’s career as an OD consultant, leadership coach, mentor, and coach supervisor spans over twenty years and three continents. She has worked with hundreds of senior executives from industries across the globe to expand their leadership capability and she works with coaches to keep them on their personal learning edge.
Miriam Orriss, co-founder of the Coaching Supervision Academy and co-designer of the CSA Diploma in Coaching Supervision. She has many years of supervisory experience in a variety of professional and business settings. Miriam continues her work as Executive Chair of CSA and lead tutor for the CSA Diploma in Coaching Supervision course.
Karyn Fletcher Prentice, My love of Nature and working outdoors in green spaces influence my view of my work, relationships, and care for the planet. I love Supervision as a creative space of equals both of us ready to learn and grow. Overall I believe all learning is best served by being enjoyable, with a willingness to be altered by the experience and deeply present to what may unfold in the process.
Monica Ross is an ICF accredited coach and accredited supervisor with CSA. Trained in transactional analysis with a particular emphasis on working with leaders in organisations and with groups. She is a trained energy therapist and passionate about standards and ethics in coaching and supervision
CSA is a trusted global brand, known for its excellent supervision training and for offering supervision services to coaches, mentors, HR, OD, Educators and leaders. Our brilliant – and constantly expanding – international training team works on our programmes in US, UK, Europe and Asia Pacific. CSA created the popular Supervision Skills Course for Internal Coaches who wish to peer-supervise – this pioneering programme has become one of CSA’s signature offerings.
“People come to the course not for a person but for a team, a vision, a purpose, a culture and an ethos”