Below you’ll find a list of CSA Graduate Tutors who work with us to promote first class supervision. They all help to continually develop and deliver advanced training for coaches, including our ICF-approved Diploma Course, and alongside short courses and advanced CPD sessions.
To find out more about any particular individual accredited Tutor, select their name to open their individual profile. There you’ll find a brief summary of the services they offer and a link to their own practice website, plus qualifications and contact details if you wish to speak with them directly.
Leanne Lowish obtained her Diploma in Coaching Supervision in 2006/7. She is an AC accredited coach, a psychosynthesis counsellor and a qualified trainer and workshop faciliatator.
She specialises in group, team and relationship coaching. She provides individual and group supervision both face-to-face and over the telephone. Her website is www.leannelowish.co.uk and www.hothousegroup.com.
Accredited coach, counsellor, coaching supervisor, trainer
Specialist in team, group and relationship coaching
MEd, AC Accred, PGDipPC, PGDipCE, PGCertCA, DipBusStud, DipCoachSup
Tel: +44 798 505 8756
Karyn Prentice is a qualified coach, accredited coach-mentor supervisor with international experience. She works in a wide range of organisational settings including music, accountancy partnerships, food and wine, and extensively in universities. She is also a linguist.
Karyn founded Fletcher-Prentice & Associates in 1995, and designs and delivers distinctive, memorable, personalised learning events (coaching, leadership programmes & workshops) that are creative, stimulating and practical.
Passionate about coaching she is a UKCP accredited transpersonal psychotherapist Director of the Centre for Transpersonal Psychology, a qualified coach and accredited graduate of CSA. Her coaching and supervision practice serves private and corporate clients.
Tel: 01480 896290
Mobile: 07721 312377
Sam Magill is accredited as a Master Certified Coach (MCC) by the Internaltional Coach Federation (ICF). He studied coaching at the Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara, one of the pioneering schools of coaching in the United States. He was a member of the core faculty at the Hudson Institute from 2002 to 2008 when he resigned to spend a sabbatical year in France in order to experience a broader array of humanity. As a graduate of CSA, Sam is one of the few accredited coach supervisors in the US and is providing thought leadership to his local chapter of ICF where he is the President Elect.
Sam’s background includes 30 years as coach and organization development consultant, including nine at The Boeing Company. Consequently, he brings a rich understanding of the issues faced by internal and external coaches. He now provides training and supervision for internal coaches as well as individualized supervision, coaching and leadership interventions. He is at home working with individuals and meetings of hundreds of participants.
Colleagues and clients alike experience Sam as someone who works from a resonant heart and curious intellect. When asked who his favorite clients are, he responds, “Human Beings!” and he is passionatly regards the humanity of coaches and clients as being the foundation upon which everything else is possible. When working with Sam, coaches receive support for their own Equilibrium, Ethics and Effectivenss.
In addition to his professional work, Sam is a published poet and a photographer whose work is exhibited in juried art shows. His love of nature, history, people and art provide him an eclectic collection of perspectives and creativity to support his clients.
Sam Magill Coaching and Consulting
Edmonds, Washington, United States
Gilles ROY is a senior international HR Consultant, Executive Coach and Trainer, based in South of France.
He is the Director of “Formation Evolution et Synergie” and he has delivered Coaching and NLP trainings for the last 15 years. He is a certified NLP Master Trainer (Society of NLP and INLPTA). He is a CSA Accredited Coach Supervisor (2010) with 10 years of experience in Coaching Supervision.
Further expertise includes Systemic and Transpersonal change work with Leaders and Teams.
Tel : 00 33 613 09 19 21
Monica Ross – Senior Course Tutor with CSA – is an ICF Accredited coach and accredited Supervisor with CSA. Trained in Transactional Analysis with a particular emphasis on working with Leaders in organizations and with groups. Monica works with coaches and clients in Ireland and internationally; cross-cultural communication and intercultural awareness are her areas of specialism having provided language and culture training to international executives for 17 years.
She is passionate about standards and ethics in coaching and supervision , currently Co-President of the ICF Chapter in Ireland. She also holds the role of spokesperson for Accreditation, CPD and Supervision on the Steering Group of Coaching Alliance in Ireland – an alliance of the four main coaching organizations in Ireland.
Monica is an Executive Coach, Coaching Supervisor and Facilitator with a transpersonal approach. She is a trained energy therapist with a particular interest in how we communicate and manage our energy in our work with clients.
Monica is an accredited provider of several personality and team profiles including MBTI, Belbin, Team Management, Emotional Intelligence and also trained in the Enneagram.
Marianne Craig was awarded Master Certified Coach credential by the ICF in 2005 and has worked as a personal and career coach for ten years, with a consistently full practice.
Her coach clients include executive and personal coaches. She enjoys supporting coaches who are working towards accreditation. Marianne graduated from CSA in 2007 and has supervised many new and experienced coaches.
She trains and licences coaches to use her Firework Career Coaching Programme. Marianne is based in Brighton and works face to face locally and internationally by telephone.
Management Trainer, Coach Supervisor and Coach, Ian has been helping to develop individuals and organisations for over 25 years.
Ian is known for his combination of clarity and empathy.
Along with his work as a coach supervisor, Ian has run workshops in organisations ranging from the Department for Education to Coca-Cola, on subjects including Leadership, Performance Management, Coaching and Mentoring Skills and Communication.
He has worked with individuals from a wide range of backgrounds, particularly concentrating on transitions – working in the midst of uncertainty and change, discovering or re-discovering a sense of identity and purpose.
As well as having a wealth of experience in a wide range of organisational settings, Ian also has a particular interest in applied psychology, meditation and the application of mindfulness. He lives in Brighton and works, he says, “anywhere I’m needed”.
Tel: 01273 553736
Mobile: 0771 283 4840
Elaine is a national and international executive coach, coach trainer, coach supervisor and strategic thinking partner with a passion for helping people, teams and organisations to do and be their best …. to perform, to deliver, to realise their goals and to achieve their full potential.
Elaine has over 20 years experience working in a wide range of leading edge director, policy and general management roles in the NHS, Civil Service and voluntary sector and has coached leaders extensively across the public, private and voluntary sectors. Elaine has a track record for engaging hearts and minds across big change agendas and has extensive experience and expertise in 1:1 and team development, process consultation and change management.
Elaine is a professionally qualified and accredited EMCC Master Practitioner Coach Mentor with an Advanced Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring (with Distinction) from The OCM and a Diploma in Coaching Supervision from the Coaching Supervision Academy. Elaine is also an accredited professional coach with the Association for Coaching, an accredited Coach Supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy, is a qualified Myers Briggs Type Indicator Step 1 and EQ Bar-On Practitioner and is now studying for her Masters in Coaching and Mentoring at Middlesex University where she is developing a new meta model for executive coaching, leadership development and coaching supervision. Elaine writes in the professional coaching press and was a major contributor to “Coaching and Mentoring: Practical Conversations to Improve Learning” which was published by Kogan Page in March 2009.
Please contact Elaine on:
Tel: 01895 635734
Mobile: 07990 612646
Marie has been a consultant, conference speaker and trainer for over twenty years, working with private, public and voluntary organisations. Previously Marie has direct experience working in the private sector (Retail), Local Government and the NHS.
She works in partnership with a large number of CEO’s, directors, senior managers and their teams helping them to clarify and manifest their vision, challenge their thinking and develop effective strategy through people. She brings humour and compassion to her work along with a deep understanding of people and organisational processes.
Marie has designed and run many successful in-company programmes including systemic culture change, leadership, communication, team development and designs/facilitates conferences for organisations in the private and public sector.
Following her first degree Marie has gained several post-graduate qualifications including a Masters degree (MA) in Management Learning. She has studied humanistic psychology, extensive training in group dynamics, and Practitioner, Master and Trainer training in NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming). She is also certified in Covey “7 Habits”, Spiral Dynamics and various psychometric tests including FIRO B and MBTI (Step 1 and 2). A current fascination is the latest research on the human brain, memory, perception and learning.
Marie’s passion is to assist individuals and organisations to align their strategy, skills and behaviour to their purpose, mission and values. Her commitment is that people communicate and work together effectively to achieve organisational and individual goals, whilst creating an environment in which personal integrity, development and honesty can prevail.