Coaching Supervision

You have learned the craft of coaching in your training. The art emerges as you make it your own – co-creating a conversation, reflecting, developing and integrating your learning. Sometimes your coaching will be extraordinary. Sometimes it will be quite average.

Join Claire Pedrick MCC for a one year journey to deepen your learning. We are calling this group supervision because that’s what you’re searching for.  In reality, we don’t know what each person will need from this group so we are confident that we will start with a blank slate and work out together what is the work we need to do each time we meet.

Excellent coaching pays attention to the individual and the systems they inhabit. Like Claire’s one to one supervision, this group will do what it needs to do which is likely to be a hybrid of supervision (the impact of coaching on you), mentor coaching (the nuts and bolts of what you do in the room), demos of the things we are exploring and human companionship – standing together as we learn.

Claire Pedrick

Claire Pedrick


Claire is our coaching supervisor. She is

  • a practicing coach
  • receives supervision on her work
  • works systemically – taking account of your clients in their team and organisation

What we can say is

    • We will commit for a year so that we can build trust together as we go
    • We will meet every month (10 times a year) for 2 hours
    • The group will be a maximum of six people so there is time for us to do some good work together
    • We will harvest the learning from one another and from our best teachers – the people we coach


20 hours across 10 x 2 hour live online sessions every month over the course of 1 year.
This can be used towards ICF accreditation. 

The training is run online with a maximum of 6 people.

Cost : £750 + TAX.

How to join group supervision

New Cohorts are always forming – please get in touch to register your interest.

Email to book a time to chat with Claire. 

“I knew that I could be better as a coach, but it was only when a very experienced coach listened to my recorded coaching sessions and gave me feedback over a period of time that I had concrete things to work on. [She] acknowledges me when I am meeting the ICF competencies for the level I am aspiring to. Equally, she is very supportive in helping me see the possibilities for what I need to do differently. Every time I leave a supervision session with [her], I feel the challenge to improve my coaching for the benefit of my clients. I cannot extol the virtues of supervision enough, even for an experienced coach, and [she] is an excellent supervisor.” CN


Interested in 1-1 supervision?
Get in touch with us –

What’s it like working with 3D?

Coaches who work with 3D notice their coaching style becoming simpler and cleaner.  This refines your practice as a coach, allowing you to better serve your clients and their organisations. Transformational supervision will stretch you as a coach and add value to the work which you do.

Claire makes a note at the end of each session about how much of the time was mentor coaching so that you can use that for re-credentialing with the ICF, if that’s your professional body.

Claire will bring her lifetime experience of coaching, coaching supervision training and a bucket full of enquiry, not knowing and humanity.