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what is supervision?

Supervision is a place to focus on the quality of your work.

A space to pause, connect, nourish yourself and grow.

Our work together will support you in three ways:


As a coach

Expand your thinking, learn, experiment and see things from new perspectives. 


As a person

Restore what you need after being immersed in your clients’ challenges.


As a professional

Keep the standards of your work high. Get support on ethical issues or dilemmas.

supervision work I do best


leadership & career coaching

In my coaching work I support forward-thinking leaders.

In my private practice I help clients craft modern, thriving careers on their own terms. I used to lead high performing teams in a Big 4 consultancy.  


All this will help us have a great conversation about the future of work, organisational dynamics and leadership.


self-doubt and imposter thoughts

I have a long standing history with imposter feelings. It has become evident through my work how many of us experience this alone. I am passionate about creating a space for this experience.

Many of my supervision clients have had careers as lawyers, consultants, HR leaders. Letting go of that expert identity can be challenging. 


I can help you through this transition.


focus on the quality of your being

When we train as coaches, we learn tools and models. Yet the most important tool, the most powerful instrument at our disposal in service of the work is ourselves.

I am passionate about helping you integrate your training, experience, skills and abilities into a way of working that brings the best in you.

meet your supervisor

Hi, I'm  Marta



I believe that running a coaching practice doesn't need to be  a solitary endeavour and that every coach should feel supported in their work. As a qualified supervisor, a coach trainer and a business mentor I can support you in a truly holistic way.


My mission is to create a safe space for you to reflect, grow, and become the best coach you can be. 


I am passionate about choosing a path towards coaching mastery. Here's why: it's relatively easy to become a coach these days but not all coaching work out there is excellent. 

You reading this page makes me think that you're committed to your growth as a coach and to serving your clients with impact. I'd be delighted to be your partner on this journey. 


My supervision clients describe working with me as a warm and accepting partnership, a non-judgemental, positive, intelligent, enjoyable and safe space.  A connection that is helpful, positive, consistent, encouraging, yet humble and of integrity.


I'm part of the faculty at Animas Centre of Coaching, as well as at the International Centre for Coaching Supervision.


Coaching Supervision

Put coaching mastery in the front seat.
Do impactful work.
Be remembered and recommended.

I have loved our sessions.  Marta is a positive, supportive and highly attuned supervisor who uses all her skills to help bring out the best in my coaching in a gentle and constructive way. 

Her deep understanding of Transactional Analysis has added a really valuable dimension. I have come away from our sessions inspired to read more.


I feel that I could discuss any issue with her without feeling judged. I would recommend her supervision to any coach.



doctor, Women’s Trauma Specialist, Ambassador to Psychologies Magazine

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Supervision interrupts practice.


It wakes us up to what we are doing. 


When we are alive to what we are doing, we wake up to what it is, instead of falling asleep in the comfort stories of our clinical routines and daily practice…

Sheila Ryan, quoted in Michael Carroll's "Effective Supervision for the Helping Professions"

How will you benefit 
From Supervision?

Develop Your Coaching Style


When you train to be a coach you may lose sight of who you are and what you already know. Supervision is a place to develop your own style.


Similar to a chemist mixing ingredients to create a compound with its unique properties, supervision is your experimentation lab where you integrate your life experience with you coaching skills to an approach that you can confidently call your own.

Group and individual supervision can be similarly effective and rewarding. It's up to you to choose which is best for you. Contact me if you’d like to have a conversation about which one to choose.


1-to-1 supervision 

This option is great if you would like a confidential space to explore your client work where the focus is just on you.



My group supervision programme that will help you move from feeling like an imposter to being supported and secure in who you are as a coach.

Unique Session Reflection Sheet

Being able to reflect on yourself and your practice, unpick what happens in sessions and see the progress you make in your areas of growth is at the very heart of being masterful as a coach.


This self-reflection sheet will guide you thought this process and help you tame your self-doubt and imposter thoughts at the same time.

Designed to:

R  help you appreciate your progress,

R  catch your inner critic,

R  bring more of your authentic self.

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  • Who is the programme for? Is it mainly for people who want to change careers?
    The programme is for anyone who wants to re-energise their career. This can be for a number of reasons, and part of our work together is to get clarity on where you are and what it is you’re looking for. You don’t need to have your goal fully figured out before you start. Some of my clients started the programme imagining they're after a big career change, but then realised this was not the right way forward. Someone started looking for support in securing a promotion, but then realised they wanted to change jobs. It can be hard to know what would satisfy that craving for change without delving a little deeper first.
  • You say this is a career coaching programme. What do you mean? How does it differ from career counselling?
    Career coaching with me focuses on your personal strengths, values, on where you find meaning and helps you take the next steps in your career based on these fundamental factors. My coaching is non directive which means that I'm not going to tell you what to do. Instead, I'll help you by facilitating your best quality thinking and supporting you as you move forward. In contrast, a career counsellor usually offers tactical and directive support to help you get a job: they will give you information about the job market, tips on how to perfect your resume and offer interview practice. While my Career Reboot programme offers more practical support in Module 6, practical advice is not its main focus. Instead, it's about helping you create a work life that is right for you.
  • What is the best time to sign up to the programme?
    The programme is suitable for different stages. This includes early stages of change when something feels “off” with your job and you'd like to explore it and get clarity about what to do about it to more advanced stages where you know where you're headed and are looking for support and accountability to accomplish your goal. Regardless of where you are the best time to start is now, there will never be a better time to get clarity on where you’re headed, inject positivity into your role, and get intentional about your career goals. You will however get best results when you're ready to hold yourself accountable to the goals you set and the outcomes you want to achieve.
  • One of the modules doesn’t apply to me - do I still need to go through it?
    Not at all. The trajectory through the programme is fully flexible, meaning that you can spend as much or as little time in each module, or even skip modules altogether. This all depends on your goal and career situation, and we will choose the topics to be discussed in each session that are most relevant to you.
  • How much time is needed to complete assignments between the sessions?
    There are exercises and assignments for each module, and I recommend to complete them throughout the programme at a steady pace. It’s hard to say exactly how much time is needed as it’ll be a mixture of the reflection exercises that we will use as the basis for our discussion and practical assignments to complete in between sessions that help you move forward. The ultimate decision on what practical steps you choose to take between sessions will always be yours.
  • Where do the 1-to-1 coaching sessions take place? How do I schedule them?
    Most of our coaching sessions will take place via video calls (zoom, Skype). You can schedule your sessions using my online calendar on the booking page.
  • What do I need to prepare ahead of my first session?
    You don’t have to do anything at all. You don't have to prepare for the session, you don't have to bring a goal or be able to articulate anything. You just get to come and be you. I will drive the session by asking questions. It's perfectly fine to not know what you need before the first session - clarity usually starts emerging as we start working together.
  • How long does it take to go through the programme?
    It takes 3-4 months on average, but it can be more or less than that. It will be up to you to choose the frequency of the sessions that works best for you.
  • I’m interested. What should I do?
    Great! Please book a free consultation call and we’ll go from there. I look forward to speaking with you.
Questions I'm sometimes asked 
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