For passionate coaches in pursuit of coaching mastery (and badassery)


Coaching Supervision is primarily a reflective practice for coaches to process their coaching sessions, focus on their development as a coach, and an outlet to discuss their coaching practice and everything related to it in a safe and confidential space. It is a vital practice for effective coaches to remain sharp, emotionally resourced, supported, and on their game.

Supervision has 3 functions outlined below:

  1. Formative – often referred to as the ‘teacher’, this function is focused on the development of the coach, both in skill and style.
  2. Normative – or the ‘gatekeeper’, this function focuses on best practices, the quality of coaching, and the ethics.
  3. Restorative – aka the ‘nurse’, focuses on the coach’s resourcefulness and provides space to process emotion, thought, and experience.

All three combine to create the ultimate resource for your coaching practice; a safe environment for reflection-in-action, to unpack, to gain perspective, recalibrate, grow, learn, and process (+more!).

In our unregulated industry, supervision isn’t mandated for coaches but it is best practice. Minds are mixed on how often you should get supervision as a coach and generally, it’s dependent on the coach at hand. Factors that impact how often you might need supervision could include: how often you coach, the types of topics you coach around, who you’re coaching, how experienced you are, and how confident you feel. All that said, the main coaching governing bodies have this to say:

  • The ICF accepts 10 hours of supervision a year towards CCE.
  • The EMCC recommends no less than 1 hour of supervision per 35 hours coached.
  • The AC requires 1 hour of supervision per month.

All in all, that’s a very contradictory guideline, right? That’s why I recommend you book a free 45 minute discovery call where we can discuss supervision over a cup of tea!

Work With Me

I tend to work with coaches in the first 5 years of their practice who are qualified by an accredited school, who are serious about ethics and standards in coaching, who are passionate about and inspired by their clients, and who are motivated to increase their coaching mastery consistently over time. If this sounds like you, keep reading.

I offer three options for supervision, dependent on what you’re looking for.

1:1 Supervision

The 1:1 Sessions are a great option for coaches who want a dedicated space to unpack their work, and can be used in a number of ways, for example:

  • Book a standalone session for some emergency supervision (when something comes up in a coaching session that you feel needs to be urgently escalated or processed).
  • Book in sessions as and when you need them.
  • Block book a regular slot in advance to fit your practice and way of working.
  • Block book a number of sessions and use them whenever you’d like to.

In short, you can have as few or as many sessions you like, as frequently as you like – it’s totally flexible. Each session in an hour long, and can be rescheduled within 24 hours’ notice.

And the cost? That’s based on you. There is a minimum fee for these sessions, however your per-session fee will mirror what you charge in your own coaching practice.


Group Supervision

Dedicated Coach Supervision Pod

This group supervision pod is a brilliant option for coaches who want to connect with and learn from their peers as well as their supervisor, for those who may have a smaller number of clients and therefore need less dedicated reflection time, or for those on a budget.

The commitment for the pod is six months, with dates agreed in advance. Included are:

  • Six 120-minute supervision sessions, to be taken in a regular monthly slot.
  • Access to the group Signal chat where members can connect and continue to learn from and support each other between sessions.

Each Dedicated Coach pod will have 4 to 5 coaches, and the fee for the 6-month programme is £500.


Brilliant Coach Supervision Pod

The group supervision pod means business. As well as functioning as a standard group supervision pod, this programme has a greater motive: to foster truly brilliant coaches.

What makes a brilliant coach? More things to mention really, but the key things are three-fold.

  1. They’re coaches who engage in reflection on their work (aka they get regular supervision)
  2. They’re coaches who continue to develop professionally. They don’t just do CPD for the tickbox, they integrate what they learn into what they do.
  3. They have integrity. They’re coaches who are also doing the work on themselves, who walk their talk, who live by their values.

To engage with these three factors within the pod, I’ve included the following:

  • 120-minute group supervision session every 6 weeks (4 in the programme).
  • A 60-minute 1:1 coaching or supervision session every 6 weeks (4 in the programme).
  • Access to the group Signal chat where members can connect and continue to learn from and support each other between sessions.

Each Brilliant Coach Pod will have 4 to 5 coaches, and the commitment for each pod will be 6 months, and the fee for the programme is £750.


Whichever option stands out to you, you can book a free 45-minute discovery call to talk through everything – what supervision is, how it might work for you, how we can work best together, and if it’s not a great fit, not to worry! I’m part of an amazing network of coaches and supervisors and I’m sure I’ll be able to recommend you to someone who fits your needs. You can book your discovery call below: