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Our next scheduled open, face-to-face supervision groups which start in September 2018 are now full but we are taking requests for September 2019.  The groups meet 6 times in the year with 6 members in each group.  Groups tend to be booked ahead, but we can always set up further groups on demand to start at any point during the year.  Timings of the two existing groups are on Saturday mornings are  0930-1230 and on Wednesdays 0945-1245 with half an hour prior to the start for tea, coffee, cake and/or fruit and catching up.  The sessions are fun as well as focused trying a range of approaches from sculpting in the garden to using the 7-eyed model, supervision in a Thinking Environment© or metaphors and images!

The cost for group supervision for 2018-19 is £650 + VAT payable in advance.  The one-off payment covers a baseline of attending 5 of the 6 sessions which are held alternate months throughout the year e.g. September, November, January, March, May and July.  It is possible to attend all 6, in which case one is “free”!  Virtual groups are also available through video conferencing.  Please contact us for more details.

Group supervision is also offered internally, within organizations.  Where helpful internal supervision can also be provided in tandem with CPD opportunities for internal coaches.  Themes can be collated from the coaching and reported back collectively, with individual client confidentiality completely safeguarded, adding value to the organization.

Eve Turner, group leader, is an accredited and experienced coach and supervisor who has also accredited coaches for two of the leading coaching professional bodies, the AC and APECS. She has also been involved in coach supervision training delivered by Bath Consultancy Group and is part of a group that has developed individual supervision accreditation for the coaching body the EMCC.  She is the 2018 Coaching at Work Award winner for Contributions to Coaching Supervision.  Eve is also an accredited as a supervisor by APECS and was one of the first two supervisors in Europe to be accredited by the EMCC.  Supervision is also provided by Jackee Holder  and Nick Smith who are both highly experienced leaders in the field.

Eve Turner Associates have an Equal Opportunities Policy which is strictly adhered to, please email for more details.


These accredited training programmes are offered in-house as well as through open programmes.   More details are available here.


These are available below.

Eve Turner Articles: Full list

Eve is widely published and articles include:-

  • Turner, E. (2007). Does a picture paint a thousand words? The use of imagery in coaching in AC Bulletin Spring, pp6-9
  • Turner, E (2007). Does meaning matter in coaching? in AC Bulletin Autumn, pp5-8
  • Turner, E. (2007). Can dual roles create effective role models? in Coaching at Work Vol. 2 (6), p8
  • Turner, E. (2008). Picture perfect in Coaching at Work, Vol. 3 (1), pp36-39
  • Turner, E. (2008). Meant To Be in Coaching at Work Vol 3 (6), pp25-27
  • Turner, E. (2008). Get It Together in Coaching at Work Vol 3 (6), pp. 44-46
  • Turner, E. (2009). Going Deeper in Coaching at Work Vol 4 (6), pp. 34-38
  • Turner, E. (2010). Coaches’ views on the relevance of unconscious dynamics to executive coaching in Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice Vol. 3 (1), pp. 12-29.
  • Turner, E. (2011). A Novel Approach in Coaching at Work Vol 6 (2), p. 17
  • Turner, E. (2012). The calm within the storm in Coaching at Work Vol 7 (4), pp. 12-13.
  • Turner, E. (2013). Looking Out, Not Looking Up in Coaching at Work Vol 8 (1), p. 50
  • Turner, E. Gilbert, S. and Lucas, M (2015). Chain Reaction in Coaching at Work Vol 10 (1) pp. 44-49.   Winner of the Award for Best Research Article 2015 from Coaching at Work.
  • Turner et al. (2015). Peer Supervision Chain – Toolbox feature in Coaching at Work Vol 10 (2) pp. 47-49
  • Turner, E. and Woods, D. (2015). When The Police Come Knocking in Coaching at Work Vol 10 (6) pp28-34
  • Turner, E. (2016). Job loss: ‘You can ride the camel or leave the land’ in Coaching at Work Vol 11 (1) p9.
  • Turner, E & Hawkins, P. (2015) Gaining maximum value from executive and business coaching when Multi-stakeholder contracting takes places. Research Report for the AC, EMCC and ICF.
  • Turner, E. and Hawkins, P. (2016). Can You See What I See? In Coaching at Work Vol 11 (1) pp. 32-37.
  • Hawkins, P. and Turner, E. (2016). Coming of age: the development of coaching supervision 2006-2014.  In Coaching at Work Vol 11 (2) pp. 30-35.
  • Turner, E., Woods, D. and Mountain, J. (2016).  A matter of record.  In Coaching at Work Vol 11 (3) pp37-39.
  • Turner, E & Hawkins, P. (2016). Multi-stakeholder contracting in executive/business coaching: an analysis of practice and recommendations for getting maximum value.  In the International Journal for Evidence-Based Coaching and Mentoring Vol 14 (2) pp 48-65.
  • Turner, E. (2016). University challenged – leadership circles. In Coaching at Work Vol 11 (6) pp26-30.
  • Hawkins, P. and Turner, E. (2017).  The rise of coaching supervision 2006–2014.  In Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research & Practice.  Vol. 10 (2) pp102-114.  Also available online.
  • Moral, M., Turner, E. and Goldvarg, D. (2017).  Supervision of Supervision: Where Are We?  In Coaching Perspectives.  Vol 15 pp39-41.
  • Turner, E. and Passmore, J. (2017).  The trusting kind.  In Coaching at Work Vol. 12 (6) pp34-39.
  • Turner, E. and Passmore, J. (2018).  Ethical dilemmas and tricky decisions: A global perspective of coaching supervisors’ practices in coach ethical decision-making.  In the International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring Vol 16 (1) pp126-142.
  • Passmore, J. and Turner. E (2018).  Reflections on Integrity – the APPEAR model.  In Coaching at Work Vol. 13 (2) pp42-46.
  • Turner, E. (2018). CoachActivism.  In Coaching Perspectives, July 2018, Issue 18, pp. 43-44.

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