Over the past 10 years I’ve had the wonderful opportunity of contributing as a faculty member and curriculum consultant of the Coaching Supervision Academy (CSA), as well as working in supervsion with a number of individual students in each cohort. I feel so privileged to be part of this learning community, which personifies the strapline of ‘who you are is how you supervise’.
As a member of the CSA Executive, one area I’m helping to develop is a new programme for qualified supervisors who work with groups, launching in 2021. Group work has been a focus of my research and practice for many years, so I’m especially pleased to be part of the team which is expanding the work of CSA in this rapidly-expanding area of our profession.
I’m currently shaping the programme in collaboration with other CSA faculty members, and although I can’t post any details yet, I wanted to say how promising the programme is looking, and how much I’m looking forward to the dates and other details being released in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, we are holding two taster workshops where we begin to explore this challenging but very rewarding aspect of our coach supervision practice. The details for these workshops, ‘Supervising Groups – How am I showing up?’ are here:
If you would like to register early interest in the programme, and receive news about it as details become available, please email Mike Smith of CSA. Also see my profile on the CSA website, which talks about my approach to reflective practice.
Photo: Sarah Pflug