What is Supervision?

Supervision is a process of reflective practice to encourage insight and development. Together, we explore challenges you may be facing to enable personal and professional growth, supporting you to be the best professional that you can be.

Who might benefit from supervision?

As coaches, best practice requires us to have regular supervision to support us in providing the best service that we can for our clients. Supervision can also benefit others, such as HR professionals and leaders. The supervision relationship allows you the time and space to reflect on our practice, your current challenges and the ways in which you work with others. Through supervision, you will be able to gain fresh insights and perspectives. Supervision provides a non-judgmental, restorative space for you to grow and develop personally.

My background

I hold coaching supervision accreditations with the CSA and EMCC and have worked with a wide range of clients in this capacity, from those in the corporate world through to those in charities and education.

My approach

I am an experienced coach, facilitator and supervisor, and am committed to working with others to co-create a reflective space in which deep personal and professional reflection can happen. I bring care, compassion, courage and challenge to the work I do. Through my own experience, I have developed huge passion for this work and I have a particular interest in working creatively to allow fresh insights.


I work internationally with individuals over Zoom and at my private practice in Sidcup, Kent. Supervision sessions tend to be 60-120 minutes and take place at monthly intervals. I am flexible and can discuss your needs. I charge £70 per hour of virtual coaching supervision.

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