I have been working as a coach and leading coach development programmes since 2011 and qualified as a coaching supervisor from Oxford Brookes University in 2018.
I see supervision as a meeting of minds where two professionals enjoy a collaborative process of reflection and enquiry. You can bring case studies to reflect on, developmental themes you'd like to explore or you can use your session as a moment to reset or recharge. You can also use it to focus on your business and the coaching services that you offer.
My aim is to create space so that you can see yourself and your clients afresh, gain new perspectives and insights, and transform your practice as a result. I have a positive, energising approach and will ensure we focus on what is going well alongside areas for development. I am intuitive, flexible and creative and each session will be a unique exploration underpinned by relevant theory and enriched by shared observations.
I have a strong interest in practitioner well-being from a holistic perspective and this informs my approach to supervision.