I have always had supervision. It was part of my qualifying process back in 2005 and has been ever since. I have had group supervision, one to one supervision and peer to peer supervision. All have added something to my practice and I have both enjoyed and gained many benefits from the variety.
When we were first locked down like many coaches I realised the enormous impact it was going to have on my practice, my clients and myself.
In my last blog I shared my top 5 tips for art based one to one coaching within a virtual space. In this blog I want to expand on those tips and share my learning from working with virtual groups.
In this blog I want to share with you my top 5 tips for one to one virtual art based coaching. They come from my own learning of working virtually with art in both coaching and supervision.
Coaching client's image In February of this year, before Covid-19 made its presence felt, I started a series of blogs about the very real and complex challenges the changing world is bringing both clients and coaches. These blogs now seem even more relevant than ever.
In these times of uncertainty we all find ourselves working our way through, I wanted to re-assure you that my coaching and supervision continues as normal to support you. Now that we can't meet in person we can meet through virtual sessions, both one to one and in groups.
In my previous posts of New Decade, New Challenges and Questioning the very core of us, I have been talking about the very real and complex challenges the changing world is bringing to both us and our clients.
In my previous post, New Decade, New Challenges, I wrote about how we are starting to experience at a deeply personal level the impacts of the changing face of the world, from the environmental crisis through to the changing political landscape, including Brexit.
For all of us, coaches and clients, it seems clear that the years ahead present us with some unprecedented challenges as events across the world impact upon us personally.
Whilst the left hemisphere is amazing and enables us to do extraordinary things, it also brings with it some challenges. Whilst most of the time these challenges aren’t an issue, in some circumstances and particularly is some coaching scenarios, these can present a probl