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Coaching Supervision

Coaching Supervision consists of a collaborative learning practice for the continuous development of the coach, through a supervisor-supervised dialogue, in which he/she reflects on his/her professional course and practice, aiming to bring added value to the client and to the system in which it is inserted.

It has become recognized practice that coaches at every stage in their coaching journey continually seek development, both personally in terms of deepening their coaching presence and awareness, and professionally in terms of competencies, ethics and standards. (…)

Many parts of the world where coaching is well established already consider coaching supervision not only necessary for the coach and the client, but also necessary for maintaining the integrity of the profession. (…)

ICF Credential-holders are permitted to count work with a Coaching Supervisor toward Continuing Coach Education (CCE) requirements in the area of Core Competencies for renewal of their ICF Credential. These hours are accepted on an hour-for-hour basis, and there is no upper limit on the number of Coaching Supervision hours that can be applied toward a Credential renewal applicant’s CCE requirement.


We offer individual and group Coaching Supervision Programs, conducted by professional coaches certified in Supervision by entities accredited by the ICF.

Contact us for information about the services of individual or group Coaching Supervision.