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CSA: September Newsletter

Welcome to the CSA Autumn Newsletter. CONTENT: CSA news CSA France Coaching Supervision news ICF/EMCC statement Twitter/CSA Coaching people affected by cancer Supervision groups CSA news. We begin the sixth cohort of in the CSA ICF-Approved Diploma in Coaching Supervision in October. It’s a tribute to the CSA Training Team and to the 90+ marvellous […]

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Unconditional Presence

“Unconditional presence is the most powerful transmuting force there is”  John Welwood. I wish that our coaching training courses could give much more time to ‘unconditional presence.’ In our (CSA’s) coaching supervision training, we work throughout the nine months to ensure that our supervisors use  ‘unconditional presence’ and mindfulness to support their work with coaches. […]

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Coaching Presence

Coaching Presence Over the next few weeks, I will be writing about coaching presence and how very important it is for us to cultivate profound presence – not  just extra awareness.  To begin, I would like to offer you a quotation that says it all in my book and then, a simple practical preparation for […]

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Coaching Supervision explores Relational Practice

A key element of coaching supervision is the exploration of the relationship between coach and coachee, as well as the one taking place inside the coach – the internal conversation often referred to as the ‘Internal Supervisor’. Coaching Supervision appreciates that while the observable business of coaching is going on – meetings, contracting, outlining coaching […]

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Attachment to Outcome. Anne Pink

Coaches bring a variety of topics and ‘feelings’ to reflect on in supervision as indeed I do when I work with my own Supervisor. It has become increasingly apparent to me that one particular ‘challenge’ raises its head frequently in the relationship Coaches have with their coaching clients and that is the apparently thorny matter […]

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CSA: June Newsletter.

Welcome to the CSA June newsletter. Contents: BACPC conference report. Article from IONS – Institute of Noetic Science – by Rick Hanson on Self-Directed Neuroplasticity New Book – free excerpt New Article ICF Approved Coaching Supervision Diploma NEW: Presence Under Pressure workshop NEW Coaching Supervision groups Coaches in the Park NEW: Creative Supervision workshop BACP […]

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Endings

Endings.    Julia Menaul Remember the end of the film, Casablanca? Are you as disappointed as me that Isla and Rick don’t fly off into the sunset together? What about the Shawshank Redemption when in the final scene Andy and Red are reunited in freedom on the beach? When you see “The End”, on screen, […]

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April Newsletter

CONTENTS: Letter from CSA ‘Balcony and Dance floor” Leanne Lowish ICF Approved Diploma in Coach Supervision Choice magazine Coaches in the Park Forthcoming conferences ICF UK conference presentation, April 9th. We have just had a marvellous day with ICF UK!  On April 9th, Miriam and I joined Aboodi Shabi (Newfield) and Liz McCann (BBC) in […]

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February Newsletter

Greetings to all our subscribers!  I’m writing this newsletter from the blustery south coast in the UK.  Over here, it’s been a hard winter but already there are signs that life is pushing up and the birds are getting unmistakably excited. We unwittingly depend on this rhythm and there is always a semi-conscious note of […]

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