Time For Supervision
Carl G. Jung: “Learn your theories well, but put them aside when you touch the miracle of a living person”.
Dorothy Larios , who has 20 years experience in the coaching world is one of a team of coaches who seek to promote what Coaching Supervision can contribute to the rapidly changing coaching world.
“As a coaching supervisor I feel passionate about offering the most beneficial supervisory support to other coaches.
Our learning journey as coaches is vital. As we attend courses, work towards professional accreditation and map out our business, we seemingly jump through endless hoops. It has become a confusing and very competitive field to train and work in.”
Dorothy enjoys the sharing and the learning attached to each supervision session with coaches. She believes that her offerings are placed so that each coach can reflect on and decide whether these are of value. On her part, Dorothy believes that as learning peers there is always a space for mutual growth and development. Self care and sustaining health and wellbeing of coaches is centre to all work together in a mindful and considered way.
- Senior contributor at the Association for Coaching
- Dorothy has had regular supervision from well established coaching and mindfulness supervisors in the field
- Works within the Code of Ethics of the Association for Coaching and the International Coach Federation
- Is interested in the commitment coaches make to reviewing “best practice” and “ethical standards”
- Hold a safe space for discussion of ethical dilemmas
“Thank you so much for coming down to the Co-Active Coastal group to run a session on Coaching Ethics. It was such a rich session and really got us all thinking in deeper and different ways around the issues that Ethics can raise.
I loved that you shared your own scenarios and wisdom from professional experience, it brought what could have been a theoretical discussion into reality and that created such great learning.” Graham Russell PCC CPCC