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Support for Coaches

Independent Supervision

If you’re a coach working without supervision you may want to consider whether you are working in in a way which safeguards yourself and your clients. All Coaching bodies have a Code of Conduct or Ethics Policy which defines safe practice and ways of working designed to uphold the standards of the profession.

Supervision is seen as an essential part of good ethical practice and offers the following benefits:

The Association for Coaching identifies the benefits as:

  • analysis of client cases to open possibilities for new client interventions and coaching strategies
  • reflection on the coach’s internal thought processes and assumptions
  • revealing blind spots
  • exploring ethical issues and contracting challenges
  • deepening self-awareness
  • brainstorming solutions to complex and challenging client situations
  • appreciating and celebrating the accomplishments of the coach
  • providing accountability with a sounding board for ideas

If you are interested in 1 to 1 supervision with me please send an email to tracey@traceyhartshorn.co.uk