Hosted by the Association for Coaching.
What Happens when Mental Health Appears in Coaching and Supervision?
What do you do when a mental health concern shows up in a coaching or supervision session?
With one in five people (2021) experiencing some form of depression and one in six adults having symptoms at any time, it is likely that coaches and supervisors are going to come across some form of mental health issue.
How does this therefore impact on us, those we supervise and what our clients bring into the coaching room?
You are invited to join this webinar to share your experiences of when mental health issues show up when you are coaching or supervising.
This interactive webinar will be a forum for discussion and collaboration on mental health in Coaching and Supervision and explore what issues arise, how coaches and supervisors deal with them, how you resource yourself and what support, advice or training you need.
The information gathered will inform further research and resourcing designed to meet AC Member’s needs in this area.
In this webinar, we will explore:
Who is this webinar for?
This webinar is suitable for New Coaches, Seasoned Coaches, Executive Coaches, Team Coaches, Health Coaches, Supervisors, Internal Coaches, Personal or Career Coaches.
Anne Calleja has over 35 years’ experience as an Executive Coach and Master Executive Coach Supervisor, accredited with Association for Coaching (AC). She is an honorary member of APECS.
Anne is also an accredited and registered (BACP, UKCP) Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor – she supervises cross-professionally.
Dr. Joan Swart has Psy.D. and MBA qualifications and is an AC-accredited supervisor.
She has developed several coaching and mental health programs, including the Jay Shetty Certification School and Coaching Minds and has authored books and peer-reviewed articles.