1st Edition

Coaching Supervision Groups
Resourcing in Practitioners

Edited By

Jo Birch




  • Available for pre-order. Item will ship after November 30, 2021
ISBN 9780367698355
November 30, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
240 Pages 18 B/W Illustrations

USD $32.95

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Book Description

Written by experienced coaching supervisors, this book offers a kaleidoscope of wisdom drawn from a complex professional field. Theoretical concepts, practitioner research, models and techniques are brought alive here through the lived experience of the authors.

As Coaching Supervisors continue to develop their practice, those wishing to extend their skills into group work step into a new context which stretches and strengthens their own learning, as well as that of supervisees, in this mutual, intentional learning environment. Coaching supervisors are encouraged to begin with the inner journey, developing their own knowledge as each chapter offers a new perspective, enabling readers to gain a philosophical understanding of the process, which will guide them on their journey through the unpredictable terrain of group work.

Coaches, mentors and other practitioners looking for a Supervision Group experience will gain insights into the range of opportunities available, opening myriad possibilities for furthering personal and professional learning.

Table of Contents

Foreword Fiona Adamson Introduction Jo Birch 01. Coaching Supervision in Groups: framing the encounter Jo Birch 02. Group Supervision with Executive Coaches: A Psychodynamic Approach David Rothauser 03. No way is the only way Louie J N Gardiner 04. Meaning-making encounters: the strength of peer supervision Ana Pliopas 05. The terror and transformation of coaching supervision groups Leanne Lowish 06. Nature as Dynamic Co-partner in Group Supervision Catherine Gorham 07. Moving bodies: countering digital disembodiment Louie Gardiner 08. Virtual small group supervision – research informing practice, and practice being the research Kathryn M Downing 09. Using creative approaches in group supervision Jo Birch 10. Group Supervision using the Mirror model Olga Rybina 11. Linking Learning: a Peer Supervision Chain Barb Udale & Brenda Routt 12. Tastes of Supervision Jeannette Marshall 13. 50 plus years of Supervision: Individual, Group, Peer and Community Joan Wilmot Shohet

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Biography

Jo Birch brings 20 years’ experience providing supervision to coaches, psychotherapists and leaders. She is a passionate member of several international professional, research and practice communities. As Director of Crucial Difference, she leads an international team providing cutting-edge supervision training for coaches around the world.