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Miriam Orriss

Miriam Oriss - CSA Executive

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 and a Senior Tutor on the CSA Coaching Supervision Diploma course, which is now in its eleventh year in the UK. This course is one of the leading training courses globally for coaches who wish to become supervisors; currently courses are running in the UK, France, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and the US.

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Edna Murdoch

Edna Murdoch - CSA Executive

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 Police, Channel 4, Microsoft, NTL, PSNI and the Pellin Institute, Italy. Edna has special interest and expertise in working with clients in the mid-life transition and with those moving towards retirement.

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Elaine Patterson

Elaine Patterson - CSA Executive

Elaine’s passion is to bring the energizing, creative and humanizing powers of coaching super-Vision to leaders, people professionals and development practitioners everywhere for courageous, compassionate, and ethical practice. Elaine’s vision is to bring our sense of our shared humanity and what it means to be human to every role, work conversation, consulting room or Boardroom to help connect to what truly matters, to create anew at the edge of continual change and to act with integrity in the world.

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Jo Birch

Jo Birch - CSA Executive

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 her MA Couns in 2000 through original research. Her interest in community mental health, and passion for creating a just world, brought her to live and work in inner city Manchester. Jo flourished in a number of strategic roles

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