This a unique opportunity to hear Edna Murdoch, one of the pioneers of Coaching Supervision, talk about the birth of coaching supervision and of the Coaching Supervision Academy, about what supervision does and about the internationally successful CSA supervision diploma. The FREE video is a short section of a new video series on Personal Education Development which will be on […]
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Coaching Supervision Academy Director and Executive Chair Miriam, co-founder of the Coaching Supervision Academy, co-designed CSA’s Diploma in Coaching Supervision. She has a long history of working with supervision in a variety of professional and business contexts including with senior managers and their teams, front line practitioners, psychotherapists and counsellors. Miriam is CSA Executive Chair […]
Coaching Supervision Academy Director: Corporate Development International Executive Coach, Counsellor/psychotherapist, Supervisor and Writer Jo’s leadership has evolved from practice – demonstrating love and compassion for people, alongside deft, clear decision-making and a grounded presence in holding space. Initially specialising in Child Psychiatry (RSCN/RGN), Jo became a counsellor / psychotherapist over 20 years ago – achieving […]
Coaching Supervision Academy Director: Creative Development International Master Executive Coach, Coaching Supervisor, and Writer Elaine is an international Master Executive Coach, Accredited Coaching Supervisor, and Writer and is also the Coaching Supervision Academy’s Director: Creative Development. Elaine’s passion is to bring the energizing, creative and humanizing powers of coaching super-Vision to leaders, people professionals and […]
Edna Murdoch has been working internationally, with individuals and groups for over 30 years. She is an experienced coach, coach supervisor, stress management consultant, workshop leader and author. In these contexts, Edna has worked with a wide range of individuals and groups. Companies and organisations that she has worked for include DBM, Hanover Foundations, Sussex […]
What distinguishes us All CSA faculty are experienced Executive Coaches and Supervisors. Many also have blended this with their therapeutic, education, OD, HR, leadership and business qualifications and experience. Some have been supervising for over 25 years. This depth of experience is in part, what distinguishes CSA in the field of supervision training. A team […]
CSA: The Story Founders: Edna Murdoch established her coaching business in 1999 and soon recognised the need for coaching profession to be supported by the reflective practice of supervision. She had experienced the benefits of supervision throughout her business and professional life and at the time (2001), there were only a very few coach supervisors […]
CSA’s approach centres on creating a lively professional partnership with coaches, one in which they can significantly develop their range and capabilities as a coach and can return to their work, resourced and stimulated. Ethics and Standards It is essential that supervision enables coaches to become ethically mature, capable of negotiating the often complex conversations […]
To deliver our Full Spectrum Model coaching supervision, we use a broad range of models and tools, ensuring that you get the access of traditional and contemporary methodologies, wrapped in a broader, more holistic approach that encompasses body, mind and spirit. Conceptual tools we use include: Full Spectrum Model Karpman Drama Triangle The Seven-eyed Model […]
On this page you can learn more about our Full Spectrum Model of Coaching Supervision – what it is, how it works, and how it can benefit you as a coach. What is the Full Spectrum Model? The Full Spectrum Model (FSM) of Coaching Supervision offers the coaching profession a powerful range of professional development […]
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