“SPRING’S SACRED LANDSCAPE: Awakening Our Creativity for New Beginnings” A Weekend Retreat for Coaches, Coach Supervisors, Leaders and People Professionals On Friday 16th to Sunday 18th of March 2018 at Tofte Manor, Souldrop Lane, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, MK44 1HH

….With the advent of Spring, in community we emerge from our winter hibernations to sow and plant anew…  Your Invitation  Join us! In their new offer, Elaine Patterson and Karyn Prentice call upon nature’s Sacred Landscape to guide, inspire, and supervise us as we emerge from the dark depths of Winter into the gentle light of… [Read More]

CSA | ICRP Newsletter Directors Report Summer Newsletter

Directors Report “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of… [Read More]

“Loving Eric”: or Why We All Need To Be Reflective Practitioners Now

  “Loving Eric – A Story of Adoption, Attachment, Autism and ADHD” By Laura Morrissey “Loving Eric” is a mother’s story of adoption and the subsequent heartbreaking challenges that the whole family encounters as they come to understand the impact Eric’s severe Attachment Disorder, Autism and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) has on everyone’s daily lives. Laura is also my sister. The book charts Laura’s… [Read More]

“Sacred Landscape”: Group Supervision in the Parks and Gardens of London

5 seasons in 5 Parks & Gardens in London April 2017  to February 2018 Elaine Patterson and Karyn Prentice begin their second highly successful series this spring. We will be working outdoors using the backdrop of London’s great open spaces to inspire and inform our practice as coaches and supervisors. Walk, talk and explore case… [Read More]

Article published in Association for Coaching “Coaching Perspectives”: “Reflection is an Oasis for Busy People in Busy Times”

“Is reflection an oasis to the relentless pressure and changes that we face on a constant basis. Coaching Supervisor Elaine Patterson considers this question.” At no time in our human history have we faced so many changes on so many fronts. How we choose to live will determine who we are, who are becoming, how we work,… [Read More]