Session on 24 November 2020 15:30 UTC - View on timetable
A time to talk about the issues we face as coaches. How do we manage when we become aware of some mental health issues? When should we refer on, and when we can stand our ground and trust in the ability of the client to manage. What do we need as coaches to support us in our work?
A deeper awareness of managing mental health issues for our clients. A better awareness of our own abilities. Recognition of our own responsibility to maintain good supervisory and coaching support for ourselves.
Susie Flashman Jarvis works as an accredited counsellor and accredited executive coach. As a supervisor, couples counsellor and trauma therapist she has 1000’s of experiences. She has 20 years experience as a therapist that informs her work as an executive coach. This has enabled her to blend her work to create executive therapeutic coaching.
Her clients often come from the corporate world and are both men and women in senior positions. She has spoken at EMCC before on this subject and is keen to open up the opportunity for more dialogue to ensure we have robust coaching available to all. As issues around mental health increase in these difficult times she believes that we can increase the resilience of coaches through open discussion.
Susie is passionate about ending violence against women and is an ambassador for www.restoredrelationships.org and a clinical supervisor for an organisation working with victims of domestic abuse.