Coaching is a valuable, rewarding professional activity that can deliver powerful results. At the same time, regular supervision is important for supporting reflection on practice, celebrating and extracting learning from successes, problem-solving issues that might arise in coaching work, supporting learning from coaching experience, demonstrating your commitment to ongoing supervision/CPD, reflecting on and maintaining ethical standards, supporting you in your professional development, and supporting your wellbeing. As experienced coaching psychologists with over 18 years' of experience of providing psychology-informed coaching services, training others in the development of coaching skills, and providing coaching supervision, Aspen Psychology Services coaching specialists are well-placed to provide you with personalised, supportive (and appropriately challenging when needed) coaching supervision.
If you wish, you can submit an enquiry to explore further, and/or email us to arrange a free 30-minute 'chemistry' conversation to see if we'd be the right support for you.
Psychologists undertaking the two-year 'Pathways to Accreditation' CPD programme will receive six 1:1 supervision sessions each year from a Chartered Coaching Psychologist/Accredited Coaching Psychologist. Click here to find out more.
"I find that I hold so much in my head, so much of the time, I can find it very difficult to articulate key points and wade through the everyday 'busyness'. I found my supervision a very welcome pause to reflect on my coaching practice and clearly identify skills to hone and which to further develop. Thank-you!." - Primary School Head Teacher and Coach
"The process was powerful as it allowed me the reflective space to unpick and identify my own strengths and areas for development, while also allowing me the opportunity to observe [APS Coach] modelling good practice. Without hesitation, I would thoroughly recommend this process to anyone who is seeking to develop their coaching proficiency." - Primary School Coach and Mentor.