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Meetings are by video call, typically every 4-8 weeks for an hour or 90 minutes, depending on client needs. To get the most out of our time together: 

  1. I invite clients to fill in and return a simple preparation/agenda form before each meeting. It's by no means obligatory, but the majority of my clients find this a valuable prompt for reflection, and it allows us to hit the ground running. 

  2. Unlike most supervisors, I provide summary notes of meetings. These serve as a reminder of our work together over time and avoid the distraction of clients having to take copious notes - something they value highly.

My purpose is help develop coaching practice by offering co-vision and metavision at an affordable price. For independent coaches and supervisors I aim for an hourly fee below the market rate, with a further discount for trainees and start-ups. 

  • 'Cultivating Wisdom in Coaches and Supervisors'. Coaching Perspectives, Issue 38, July 2023 pp 54-57.

  • 'Supervision of Supervision, ‘Metavision’ - and Wisdom?'  posted on LinkedIn and on Articles page 5/12/22. 

  • 'Know Thy Power' , reflections on power in the coaching and co-vision/supervision relationship. Coaching Perspectives, Issue 31, October 2021, p.10-13. See

  • 'From Who I am to How I am', using observable behaviour as feedback in development. Coaching at Work Volume 15(5) Sept/Oct 2020, p.16. See

  • 'A Deeper Meeting', an interpersonal meditation. Coaching Perspectives, Issue 26, July 2020, p.14. Updated 5/12/22. See

  • Use of Attachment Theory’. In: Lucas, M. (ed.) 2020 '101 Coaching Supervision Techniques, Approaches, Enquiries and Experiments'. No 38, pp.108-110.

  • ‘A Shift in Terminology’: the case for re-branding supervision as 'co-vision'. Coaching at Work, Vol 15 (3) May/June 2020, p.18/19. See

  • Brown, P. Hasani, S. & Campion, H. (2019) ‘Neurobehavioural Supervision: Applied Neuroscience in the context of Coaching Supervision'. In: Birch, J. & Welch.P (eds.) 'Coaching Supervision: Advancing Practice, Changing Landscapes', Chapter 3  



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