Coaching Supervision

Coaching Supervision is a reflective and developmental process for coaches that helps you put your knowledge into practice and grow your range and capacity as a coach. It offers a safe, confidential space for coaches to critically review their coaching practices, explore intricate client relationships, and refine their coaching competencies.

Coaches choose to work with a supervisor when they want to improve their ability to respond to the challenges of coaching relationships beyond the development of specific skills.

In this program, you will reflect on your philosophy of the coaching relationship, how you choose which skills to use when, and how to develop coaching wisdom. We will not be reviewing recorded or observed coaching sessions.

Some of the issues that coaches face are best served with a deeper personal reflection than a group process, so the program includes 1:1 sessions as well as group sessions.

Mentor coaching and coaching supervision are both guided reflective practices to support a coach’s learning and growth. The primary difference between them is the focus of the reflections. Both coaching supervision and mentor coaching are valuable in their own right and can play complementary roles in a coach’s professional developmentInformation about our Mentor Coaching Group Programs can be found here.

Group Program with Kate Arms

We do not currently have a group Supervision cohort scheduled, though we expect to offer one once the first cohort of our upcoming specialization certificate program has begun.

We are prepared to schedule a cohort sooner if we have requests from 6-8 people with overlapping availability. Please email Kate if you would be interested.

Program includes:

5 90-minute group sessions 

3 60-minute individual supervision sessions

Group size: 6-8 participants


USD$1695 in three installments

10% discount for paying in full (USD$1525)