New 9 Month Program Starting October 2017
Coaching Supervision is the key to mastery in coaching. ESIA (European Supervision Individual Accreditation) credentialing by EMCC is the gold standard in coaching supervision.
Supervision in coaching will soon be the norm as in several other professions such as Psychiatry and Counselling. It is already mandatory for some international coaching credentials, such as EMCC.
Supervision is about reflection on one’s coaching practice with another experienced coach trained to create deeper awareness in the coach. Supervision enhances coaching performance.
Coacharya is proud to partner with Damian Goldvarg and The Goldvarg Consulting Group to offer EMCC ESIA credential certification program on Coaching Supervision to its network in Asia and Africa.
Supervision Program Details
This supervision program is EMCC ESQA (European Supervision Quality Standards) qualified.
Start date: October 24, 2017
Duration: 36 two-hour sessions over 9 months
Sessions: Tuesdays, 6:30pm IST / 1:00pm GMT
Cost: $5100 in 3 installments ($4800 for early bird registrations before October 1, paid in full)
Requirements for completion: Strict 75% classroom attendance, assignments and triad supervision sessions
– EMCC ESIA accreditation (mandatory for EMCC coaches)
– Qualify for 150 ICF CCEU hours
The program will be conducted by Dr. Damian Goldvarg Ph.D., MCC, CSP, ESIA, President, The Goldvarg Consulting Group, Inc., Accredited Coaching Supervisor & International Coach Federation Global Past President.
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Additional Information On Supervision
My Journey As Coach Supervisor
A NOTE FROM OUR SUPERVISION TRAINER, DAMIAN
I started my training as a coach supervisor motivated as a strategic need being the Global President Elect of the International Coach Federation and feeling I needed to be familiar with the topic to be an effective global leader. After being an executive coach for twenty years, I fell in love with supervision because allowed me to provide guidance and share all my knowledge accumulated in twenty five years of working
globally as executive coach and leadership training expert.
I believe all coaches should receive supervision to ensure the quality of their practice for their own benefit as well as for the benefit of their clients. I also believe it is a space to reflect on our practice and recharge batteries. Unfortunately, I did not have the support from my colleagues at ICF and was not able to make it a mandatory practice worldwide.
In the US we are still 10 years behind compared to evolution of coaching in Europe particularly in the UK. Differently that for the EMCC, supervision at ICF is not expected to be enforced as an ethical and professional responsibility.
I personally have been an advocate of Coaching Supervision and supported the first Coaching Supervision Conference in North America in Victoria Island, Canada, where I was one of the presenters. I have done more than 20 presentations worldwide in person and virtually bringing awareness about the importance of coaching supervision particularly in the US and Latin America markets.
I do believe is an ethical and professional practice and keep reinforcing its importance any time I have an opportunity to do lectures globally. I was trained at CSA with a full spectrum model, as coach with an ontological approach, my Ph.D in Organizational Psychology with a systemic approach. Before I was trained in Argentina as a Clinical Psychologist in Psychoanalysis and got my counselling credential in the US as a cognitive therapist. I integrate my background and training to provide a comprehensive approach to my work with clients and supervisees. I use the Seven Eyed Model from Hawkins in my personal practice as well as training coaches as supervisors. I am also influenced by the work of Heidegger and the work on the “being”. Who you are is how your supervise. I had the opportunity to work as supervisee with Edna Mudock and Tatiana Bashkirova from whom I learned a great deal.