RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS
• 2011. The Tapestry of My Approach to Transformational Learning in Supervision.
2011. Chapter 5 of Supervision as Transformation, A Passion for Learning, ed Robin Shohet. Jessica Kingsley, London.
In this chapter I chart events that ignited my passion for learning, ideas including interpersonal neurobiology, psychodynamics, and mindfulness, and share experiences that inform my work as a supervisor. I give an example of my approach to transformational learning through executive coaching supervision.
• 2012. Looking at Coaching and Supervision through the Lens of Love. Published in The Listener - A Journal for Coaches. In: New Series #2, October 2012, pp14-18. Download this article.
• 2013. Core Elements of Integrative Relationship-Based Work.
The Association of Integrative Coach-Therapist Professionals (AICTP), February 2013. Download this article.
This article explores some key elements of my current approach to coaching and to supervision of coaching. I argue here that whatever we do in relationship-based work, there is a core skill, and a perspective we can bring. It is our capacity and capability to make and sustain resonant/attuned relationships within which mutual influence and learning can take place. Such relationships are essentially a particular kind of attachment relationship.
A combination of many things can help us all to learn, to change, and to be as effective as we are able. Learning for change is best done within a safe and secure relationship that may become a reparative, new kind of attachment for our clients.
For link to AICTP go to www.aictp.org.uk/
SHORT PAPERS TO DOWNLOAD
• How I work in Supervision and What I need from You.
• Some Reflections on What I Attend to in Preparation for Meeting a Potential Supervisee
• The Territory of Transformational Supervision
• Examples of Supervision Contracting and Typical Learning Objectives