The Coaching Supervision Academy (CSA) was conceived in 2001 by Edna Murdoch and Miriam Orriss. Both practicing coaches, they discovered a distinct lack of supervision options, so decided to solve the problem themselves.
With dovetailing interests and areas of expertise, Edna and Miriam were well-placed to shape the emerging coaching CPD area that became known as ‘supervision’. They have worked with organisations large and small, introduced coaching supervision to the public sector, changed the professional lives of countless individuals and done pioneering work through Supervision-on-Call and through introducing concepts from Field Theory and Quantum Physics to Coaching Supervision.
Find out more about each Founder-Director – her specialisms, interests and supervision style – by selecting the relevant panel below. You’ll find professional profiles and a short interview on the next page.
Course Director, Coaching Supervision Diploma
B.Ed. (Hons.) Adv. Dip. Psych. Cert. Supervision.
Founder CSA, Co-founder Mentor Coaches International.
Supervisor and Associate with Full Potential Group
Member: Association for Coaching.
Director of Coaching Supervision Academy
CQSW., Dip.NSpH., Dip.P.Couns., Partner at Temenos Coaching – providing Personal and Corporate Coaching and Supervision-on-Call™.
Senior Coach at The Life Coaching Company; Associate Full Potential Group.
Member of I.S.R.H.A., Member of ICF., Founder Member of UKclc., Associate Member of LCA.
You can read the full CSA story on our history page.