Busy times at CSA!
In this Newsletter you will find information about new groups, new articles and blogs, and a fantastic October Supervision Offer.
London Coaching Group – successful presentation by CSA Accredited Supervisors.
“It’s just another coaches selling to other coaches scam”
Myths like this, and a number of other assumptions and fears, still exist around supervision in the coaching profession, resulting in a significant number of coaches not experiencing the benefits that good supervision could bring to their practice.
How better to debunk some of the myths than to take supervision to a gathering of coaches? So thought Leanne Lowish, a CSA Coaching Supervision Diploma Tutor, who decided to take a Coaching Supervision Fishbowl to the London Coaching Group last month
CSA’s ICF Approved Diploma in Coaching Supervision gets underway.
We had a splendid time last week, as 18 delegates arrived to begin a marvellous journey in Coach Supervision Training. You can get a flavour our time together from feed back from one of the delegates:
“The two days in London were the best two days of personal development that I have ever experienced. It is a fantastic privilege to be part of the cohort and to work with you both and your hugely talented team…”
Our thanks go to the CSA Senior Training Team and the tutors present – altogether we co-created a rich training experience.
If you are interested in training with us, dates for 2011 are on the website and we are happy to have a chat with you about what this programme involves.
Monthly telephone supervision group starting November
“Out beyond ideas of wrong doing and right doing there is a field. I’ll meet you there…” Rumi
Karyn Prentice, Executive coach, part of the senior teaching team at CSA and FIREWORK career coach, will be beginning a new monthly telephone supervision group (maximum 4 people). Dates and times to arranged by mutual agreement. The session will last for 2 hours. This will give each person some individual time as well as space for plenary discussion to enhance the learning for us all. There will be time for individual supervision, shared learning, insight and development. The group will initially meet for 6 sessions. £45 per person
Call 07721 312 377 or Karyn.firstname.lastname@example.org
Karyn will also be starting a small supervision group based near Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire for 4-5 coaches and will last for two hours.
Please contact her for further details 07721 312 377. Karyn.email@example.com
EMCC Dublin Conference, November 18th – 20th
Edna Murdoch and Miriam Orriss will be presenting on ‘Who you are is how you coach’ and we are looking forward to very much to meeting with coaches from Ireland and beyond. If you are going to be there – do come and say ‘hello’.
Articles and Blogs
Miriam Orriss Director of CSA, is offering four supervision sessions which will enable coaches to use the Karpman Drama Triangle (KDT) and the use of Transactional Analysis (TA) in their practice. Miriam’s article on the KDT is hugely popular with coaches worldwide and she is making space for three coaches only, to have four individual supervision sessions with her at a reduced fee of £120 per hour. Should there be a big demand for this offer, Miriam may also set up a KDT and TA supervision group and/or a training day on the subject in Brighton.
Please pass this newsletter on to coaches and coach supervisors who might be interested.