Supervision Opportunities

If you are looking to identify a qualified and current accredited Supervisor to work with individually please check out our register of CSA Accredited Supervisors. Everyone there has successfully graduated with our Diploma in Coaching Supervision and has met the criteria to pass our Annual Reaccreditation process. 

Some of our members also offer Group Supervision and details of opportunities are listed below.  Some of the posts may be for specific groups that have already been established, but please use the contact details provided if there is a style, format or particular focus for the group that seems to fit with your requirements as most will have new groups starting soon or in development.

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  • 28 Sep 2022 5:44 PM | Anonymous

    Group Supervision with CSA Accredited Supervisors, Lynne De Lay and Ken Giglio is back on October 18th! These monthly sessions are a great opportunity to reflect on coaching cases together with colleagues to gain insights into your work with clients. Coach participants have shared that the group reflection approach, or group presence, as Lynne and Ken call it, enabled “thought partnership,” “many Ah-Has,” and “new ways of understanding myself as a coach and my clients.”

    These sessions are for any internal or external coaches that are looking to bring their best coach self to their clients. Ken and Lynne are accepting a max of 12 coaches for each session, who have at least 3-years of experience coaching clients. Coaches can sign up when they wish and for as many sessions as they wish. The cost per session is $75. There is no fixed membership – sessions are open to all coaches who meet the criteria above.

    You can register here or contact abiru@mindful-leaders.com for more information.

    Lynne de Lay and Ken Giglio

    Individual links to register for the monthly sessions are below:

    Group Supervision with Ken Giglio and Lynne De Lay - 10/18/2022 – Link to register: https://lnkd.in/gBGxd_pK

    Group Supervision with Ken Giglio and Lynne De Lay - 12/7/2022 – Link to register: 
    https://lnkd.in/gDvBHF-j

    Group Supervision with Ken Giglio and Lynne De Lay - 1/18/2023 – Link to register: 
    https://lnkd.in/g3tRYa7U

    Group Supervision with Ken Giglio and Lynne De Lay - 2/9/2023 - Link to register: 
    https://lnkd.in/eRDJu2mM

    Group Supervision with Ken Giglio and Lynne De Lay - 3/14/2023 - Link to register: 
    https://lnkd.in/evuzAJpV

  • 15 Sep 2022 8:19 AM | Anonymous

    Group supervision with Nature as Dynamic Co-Partner with CSA Accredited Supervisor Catherine Gorham

    An invitation to experienced coaches and coaching supervisors to work with Nature as a lens for inquiry around self as instrument and practice. No previous knowledge of  Nature as Co-Partner required. Creative and somatic experiences offered in abundance to stimulate deep processing with particular attention paid to psychological safety. 

    This specialist supervision group with Catherine Gorham will meet for 5 Zoom sessions, each 2.5 hrs, approx. 8 weeks apart, scheduled in the afternoon (GMT) to allow those from North America to also attend. (Many groups agree to additional sessions). Minimum 3 supervisees, maximum 5. Dates agreed with the group, commencing Autumn 2022.

    Catherine has a book chapter published on 'Nature as dynamic co-partner in group supervision' in Coaching Supervision Groups, ed. Jo Birch. Routledge (2021). 

    You can contact Catherine at catherine@catherinegorham.co.uk

  • 9 Sep 2022 1:20 PM | Anonymous

    HEART and BODY oriented supervision

    With CSA Accredited Supervisor Anne Berthelin. After the summer break, we still need space and time, especially for SUPERVISION to step back, observe and unfold what is present for us and our clients. If you are interested in a HEART and BODY oriented supervision based on Gestalt, Narrative Practices, Leadership Embodiment, NVC, Theory U and Yoga, I invite you to contact me.

    You can choose between individual sessions or join an existing group in Paris or Chalon sur Saône, or by zoom...

    You can contact Anne for more information anne.berthelin@accenciel.com

    Supervision orientée CŒUR et CORPS

    Avec le superviseur accrédité CSA Anne Berthelin. Après la pause estivale, nous conservons le besoin d'espace et de temps, notamment de SUPERVISION pour prendre du recul, observer et déplier ce qui est présent pour nous et nos clients. Si vous êtes intéressés par une supervision orientée CŒUR et CORPS qui s'appuie sur la Gestalt, les Pratiques Narratives, le Leadership Embodiment, la CNV, la théorie U et le yoga, je vous invite à me contacter.

    Vous pouvez choisir entre des séances individuelles ou rejoindre un groupe existant en présentiel à Paris ou à Chalon sur Saône, ou par zoom...

    Contactez-moi pour plus d'informations anne.berthelin@accenciel.com


  • 2 Sep 2022 12:06 PM | Anonymous

    Andra MorosiGroup Supervision & Reflective Practice for Eco-active / Eco-engaged coaches with CSA Faculty member Andra Morosi

    More and more coaches are supporting clients engaged in the ecological transitions, whether on a personal or professional level. The systemic dimensions of this type of work and the various levels of complexity involved require specific attention, mindful presence and a deeper enquiry of how we as coaches show up, how vigilant we are with the ethical boundaries of our profession and how we attend to the potential edge effects.

    This opportunity offers groups, structured to have monthly 90 mins meetings for a minimum of 6 months. The dates and times are determined with the group after the first session planned on September 30th. Each group is open to minimum 4 and maximum 6 participants.

    Andra is located in Normandy, France and completed the CSA Supervision Diploma in 2018; she is a tutor on both English-speaking and French-speaking CSA programmes.

    Full details about this group supervision offering 

    You can contact Andra for more information andra.morosi@gmail.com


  • 11 Jul 2022 10:19 AM | Anonymous

    Sam Magill

    Group Supervision with Sam Magill is described as sacred, safe and loving. It is rich, varied and resources and a place where perspectives are shared without attachment. Metaphors to embody cases are often held by the entire group and nurtured in a way that matures the first image into a living presence in the group. Participants tend to be very senior coaches and are often CSA graduates. The work is eclectic in approach, drawing on a wide variety of frameworks and resources.

    Groups are structured to have six, two-hour meetings – one per month. The dates and times are determined with the group at an initial orientation meeting. Many groups agree to additional sessions.

    New groups are forming for Fall, 2022. Each has a minimum of four and maximum of six members.

    Sam is located in the Pacific Northwest of North America and sessions are usually held in the morning, Pacific Time so people from Europe can attend. Sam completed CSA training in 2010 and pioneered supervision training as co-director of CSA North America until 2021.

    Please see Sam's profile here or contact him direct for more information: sam@sammagill.com

  • 16 Mar 2022 3:12 PM | Anonymous
    Kathleen Marron

    CSA Accredited Supervisor Kathleen Marron is leading group  supervision starting in March 2022

    Starts March 31, takes place the last Thursday of every month for five months (skipping July)

    Time zone: 3:00 CDT (Chicago, US), for 90 minutes

    Experience level: all are PCC-level coaches, two internal, one external, one of whom is a CEO, all different industries

    Focus: looking at coaching through the 7-eyed model, and with a systemic approach.

    Contact Kathleen for more information.


  • 19 Aug 2021 3:00 PM | Anonymous

    Facilitated by EDNA MURDOCH, Co-Founder and CEO of CSA - Please click here to contact Edna if you would like to be considered for the next group.

    A series of 6 sessions, each lasting 90 minutes designed for a maximum group of 5 people.

    Groups are great places in which to learn. I love running them and I love learning in them. I have run supervision groups for many years now – groups for supervisors, coaches and internal coaches.

    Into this group, you can bring client work, contractual conversations, coaching themes, critical incidents in your work, personal reflections and anything else that you feel might be useful for you to talk about in supervision.  I want you to feel that whatever your musings are or whatever your coaching enquiries are, you can bring them into the room; you do not have to look only at client issues. I really want the learning space to be open and for you to feel free to explore whatever you need to in order to return to your work refreshed and resourced.

    Delivery:

    This skills development series will be delivered in a webinar format via Zoom conference link. Don't worry if you are not familiar with this process. Our team will be on hand to offer assistance and guide you through the sign on process.

    Please contact Edna if you would like to be considered for the next group.

  • 24 Jun 2021 9:00 AM | Anonymous

    Miranda Rock introduces a new Supervision Group for Coaches

    As a CSA Accredited supervisor, who is experienced with groups, I am setting up a new group for coaches who want to develop, deepen and elevate their practice. Supervision in a Group provides a unique opportunity for learning and development of ourselves as coaches, bringing with it the chance to learn from others, to broaden our own thinking and to understand something about the dynamics, conscious and unconscious that arise in relationships of all kinds. In our coaching, whether with individuals or teams, there will be underlying dynamics at play.

    When not attended to these have the potential to act as blocks to the coaching process, but when worked with explicitly they can really deepen and develop the quality of the work.

    “I’ve been in Supervision with Miranda for several years now, and have grown immeasurably as a professional with her undivided attention and support."

    The group, which will commence in the Autumn, will limit numbers to 4 -6 coaches. It will take place on Zoom, once in every 2 months, and will last for 1.5 hours, at a charge of £100 per session. Timings will be arranged to accommodate different time zones.

    Please click here to download a more detailed description of the group  

    If you’d like to learn more, do please email miranda@cwgsy.net

    I really look forward to hearing from you and discussing whether this might be the right opportunity for you in your own stage of development.


  • 15 Jun 2021 8:00 PM | Anonymous

    series of short reflective dialogues by conference call, from September 2021

    To reserve your place please contact me at Amanda@originate.org.uk 

    The series is six purposeful purposeful ‘breathing spaces’ for a small group of leaders and practitioners, in which we will reflect on our leadership practice and reconnect with our leadership spirit.

    Together, we’ll:

    • Use pieces from my recent book, Weekly Leadership Contemplationsas a framework for exploring our recent leadership experiences; and

    • Enjoy the ‘food for thought’ generated by the sort of conversations with kindred spirits that may have recently been in short supply.


    The monthly sessions will be 90 minutes in duration, scheduled for 4pm on a Wednesday afternoon to offer a precious yet practical oasis of companionship and thoughtful conversation. Places are limited to four.

    The sessions will be shaped by the four section headings from Weekly Leadership Contemplations. Over the series, you will choose a piece from the relevant section as the basis for your personal inquiry. The pieces are around 600 words long (a 3-minute read) supported by contemplation questions to stimulate reflection. In our calls we’ll share individual experiences and insights and collectively explore any themes that arise, aiming to sow seeds that germinate and continue grow between sessions.

    The dates and themes are:

    1. Wednesday 22 September 2021, 4pm - 5.30pm: gathering, check-in, scene setting

    2. Wednesday 20 October 2021, 4pm - 5.30pm: self-leadership

    3. Wednesday 24 November 2021, 4pm - 5.30pm: leadership in conversations

    4. Wednesday 12 January 20221, 4pm - 5.30pm: leadership perspectives

    5. Wednesday 9 February 2022, 4pm - 5.30pm: leading and learning

    6. Wednesday 9 March 2022, 4pm – 5.30pm: harvesting and closing

    The fee for the programme is £450 per person, payable on booking. Until 30 June 2021, there is an early bird price of 6 sessions for the price of 5, giving a programme fee of £375. You will also need a copy of Weekly Leadership Contemplations.

    For the conference calls, my facility provides local numbers for dialling in from many countries. To check your location or to request a booking form, please contact me at Amanda@originate.org.uk or via LinkedIn

  • 8 Mar 2021 9:56 PM | Anonymous

    Rare Opportunity to join one of Miriam Orriss’ supervision groups.

    A space has become available in the monthly Friday Morning and also the Monday afternoon groups .Starts dates still to be finally confirmed, but likely to be after the week beginning April 12th. Supervision through the lens of TA and Energy Work.

    Contact Miriam if you are interested: miriam@csa.uk.net


    Facilitated by MIRIAM ORRISS CSA Co-founder - please contact Miriam if you would like to be considered for the next group

    A series of 6 sessions, each lasting 90 minutes designed for a maximum group of 5 people. 

    Transactional Analysis is a favourite communications tool for coaches worldwide.  Miriam Orriss, has studied and practised TA for over 25 years, beginning with a 6-year course in TA at Metanoia, London.  Miriam has particular skills in supporting coaches who wish to develop their practice through the TA lens.   

    Miriam is a Director of the Coaching Supervision Academy and she has taught the TA component on the EMCC/ICF accredited CSA supervision diploma for many years. Her supervisees benefit hugely from her in-depth understanding of TA and her long experience as a coach supervisor.

    This is a unique offering and a unique opportunity; if you already have some experience as a coach and would like to know how to use TA in your practice, this is a great opportunity to work with an expert in the field of both TA and supervision. 

    Participants on the course will increase their skills in the following areas using a case study focus, and key TA concepts:

    • Contracting – spot contracting, multiparty contracting
    • Creating the working alliance
    • Getting to know your client
    • Getting to know yourself
    • Working with ‘difficult’ clients
    • Using the Karpman Drama Triangle
    • Recognising and resolving the ‘games people play’
    • Learning about scripts and how to support your client to resolve them
    • Learning about what drives your clients.
    • Communication and dialogue skills through using the 3 ego-states
    • Using TA to resolve ‘critical moments’ in coaching.
    • Reflecting skilfully on your coaching sessions

    Delivery:

    This skills development series will be delivered in a webinar format via Zoom conference link. Don't worry if you are not familiar with this process. Our team will be on hand to offer assistance and guide you through the sign on process.

    To check availability and reserve a place in this group , please contact Miriam Orriss


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