International Supervision Week 2 - 6 July 2018


The primary purpose of International Supervision Week is to spread the idea that supervision could be beneficial in many different ways to a wide range of people.  As such the aim is to go to places where supervision might not usually be happening.  During the week, people can arrange supervision events in whatever way they want.  Possible ideas are:

  1. An event with speakers, inviting local media and potential ‘sponsors’ of supervision
  2. Creating opportunities for members of the public and people in local businesses to sign up for a free taster session.
  3. An academic event about supervision at a local University.
  4. An international debate about supervision, involving people in different countries, connecting through Skype.

Please feel free to contact us if you would like any more information; ideas for setting up your own local event; help with networking or linking up and/or attending each other’s events; or have ideas and suggestions to offer.

robin.shohet@cstd.co.uk joan.wilmot@cstd.co.uk mobile 07974 115028 and joseph.wilmot@cstd.co.uk


Peer Coaching Supervision at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust             



About the Session

Join the coaching team at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust as they discuss their innovative and exciting internal coaching supervision programme! The Trust operates the largest internal coaching and mentoring service within the NHS, and is a pioneer for internal coaching supervision in partnership with PattersonPrenticeDesigns. Their work has been been featured in the media and has also shortlisted for national awards.

Learn about the background to the coaching supervision programme and context in which it operates, how it works and some key lessons learned.

The session will be informative, interactive and full of tips and transferable advice for organisations looking to implement a similar programme. Bring curiosity and questions!
The webinar will be delivered in English.

About the Facilitators
Hannah Datema is the Coaching and Mentoring Development Manager at Guy’s and St Thomas’. Bridget Wilkins is an experienced coach and keen coaching educator, who works both internally as a volunteer coach in the GSTT scheme and independently with coachees in senior roles in a variety of other NHS and related organisations. Hannah and Bridget both participated in the coaching supervision programme and are passionate about sharing learning and best practice.

Hannah and Bridget will be joined by Elaine Patterson and Karyn Prentice from PattersonPrenticeDesigns a creative partnership who introduced peer coaching supervision into Guys. Elaine and Karyn are internationally accredited Executive Coaches, Coaching Supervisors, OD Specialists and Writers and are also Senior Faculty at the Coaching Supervision Academy International Centre for Reflective Practice.