Our North America group is well underway, and our next UK course begins in October. The course will be offered virtually this year and we are almost full! If you are interested in our rigorous, challenging course, click here to find out more, or contact Edna Murdoch by email
Spring Conference Day
Our inaugural virtual Spring Conference Day is proving popular, with places going fast. We have a fantastic lineup of guest speakers, each facilitating 90 minute salons to refresh, revitalise and resource everyone attending. To find out about the full programme and to book your place, click here.
Certificate in Advanced Group Coaching Supervision
We are delighted to let you know that Dr Alison Hodge is being joined by Kathryn Downing, on the eve of completing her Doctor in Professional Studies, where she has been researching 'Creating the Safe Container for Reflective Practice in Virtual Small Group Supervision'.
Join us on a new programme, 'Certificate in Advanced Group Coaching Supervision' for a deep, emergent exploration into group supervision, underpinned and informed by action research approach.
What you can expect:
Discover more about yourself as supervisor in the group context
Investigate the unique elements of group supervision
Explore group dynamics
Deepen your commitment to diversity, inclusion and cross-cultural awareness
Deepen your use of observing and naming psychodynamics at play
Engage in action learning sets
Cultivate an inquiring practitioner stance
Inform your work by considering the research within coaching supervision and group supervision
Above left: Felicia Lauw; above right: cover of 'Empowerment in Health and Wellness
Recent achievements from CSA graduates
and faculty members
We are delighted that Senior Faculty member, Felicia Lauw has been awarded a Supervision Award from the EMCC. You can find out more details about the awards here.
CSA Faculty member, Jackie Arnold has recently co-authored a book, Empowerment in Health and Wellness. Find our more about the book here.
Two CSA-related articles are featured in the current issue of Coaching at Work:
CSA faculty members Doug Montgomery and Liz Nottingham have written a piece on HR Supervision as an untapped resource supporting HR professionals dealing with the challenges of holding their organisations in these times of uncertainty and fear. Who is supporting them as they support their organisations?
CSA Graduate, Amanda Ridings, is also featured on the Coaching at Work blog, entitled 'The Sweet Spot for Support'. You can read her piece here.
CSA signed up to the Stripe Climate Initiative
We are delighted to be part of this vital Initiative to help prevent the most catastrophic effects of climate change, 1% of all payments made to CSA through Stripe will be donated to help scale emerging carbon removal technologies. Click here for more information about the scheme.
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