It’s time to give greater voice to emotions in coach supervision, argue Peter Duffell and Carmelina Lawton Smith Emotions arise frequently in coach supervision, and it’s important to investigate these as they offer valuable information, and to look for patterns across multiple events, suggests our latest research into emotions in the coaching space. In our last article for this magazine (vol 9, issue 3, 2014), we highlighted the importance of emotion in the coaching space, concluding that the emotions a client brings into the room are a valuable resource requiring further exploration (Duffell & Lawton Smith, 2014) and suggesting ways […]

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  1. […] to navigate mental health or even explore emotions – Duffell and Lawton Smith (in their article Once more with feeling) highlight a lack of training for coaches to work with emotions arising in coaching, even though […]

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