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Appendix: Chronology of coaching supervision activities:

2001 Coaching Supervision Academy (CSA) founded by Edna Murdoch and Miriam Orniss.

2002 CSA delivers training with internal and external coaches; gives presentations to coaching groups and organizations.

2004 Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (APECS) formed in the UK, by co-founders John O’Brien and Patti Stevens.

2005 Definition of Coaching Supervision was presented by Tatiana Bachkirova, Patti Stevens and Pauline Willis at a meeting of the Oxford Brookes Coaching and Mentoring Society (OBCAMS). The definition was created during the development phase of the Post Graduate Diploma in Coaching Supervision offered by Oxford Brookes University.

2006 CSA 1st supervision training program for executive coaches plus diploma course launched.
Coaching Supervision Maximising the Potential of Coaching written by Dr. Peter Hawkins and Gil Schwenk of Bath Consultancy Group.
Bath Consultancy Group wrote CIPD Report on Coaching Supervision and partnered with Centre for Supervision and Team Development.
Michael Carroll publishes “Supervising Executive Coaches” in therapy today, June 2006, vol 17, no 5, p47

2007 Reflective Practice and Supervision for Coaches (Coaching in Practice) published by Julie Hay (psychotherapist and coach).
Coaching Psychology supervision guidelines published by British Psychology Special Group in Coaching.
The Australian Psychologist GRAY, D. E. (2007), Towards a systemic model of coaching supervision: Some lessons from psychotherapeutic and counselling models. Australian Psychologist, 42: 300–309.

2009 CSA diploma course and a sister-course in Sweden approved for ICF CCEUs.
CIPD Report released “Coaching Supervision Maximising the Potential of Coaching”.
“Why Coaching Supervision is Important” by Gladeana McMahon (counsellor and psychotherapist) is published.
“Literature Review on Coaching Supervision” published by Barbara Moyes.
Peter Hawkins published a chapter on Coaching Supervision in The Handbook of Coaching.

2010 David E. Gray published integrated model of supervision and mentoring. EMCC issues guidelines on supervision.
Oxford Brookes University held 1st International Conference on Coaching Supervision.
CSA diploma courses in France, USA, Ireland and Singapore with advanced courses offered.

2011 Association of Coaching Supervisors (AOCS) formed, possibly by graduates of CSA.
Coaching And Mentoring Supervision: Theory And Practice: The complete guide published by Tatiana Bachkorova (coaching psychologist), Peter Jackson and David Clutterbuck,  HYPERLINK “http://www.amazon.com/Coaching-Mentoring-Supervision-complete-practice/dp/0335242987″http://www.amazon.com/Coaching-Mentoring-Supervision-complete-practice/dp/0335242987.
Supervision in Coaching: Supervision, Ethics and Continuous Professional Development by Jonathan Passmore editor.

2012 Association For Coaching (AC) published Coaching Supervision Guide.
Supervision In Action: A Relational Approach to Coaching and Consulting Supervision published by De Haan.
ICF published a position on coaching supervision.
CSA accredited community reaches 130+ and their program is EMCC accredited.

2013 CSA 1st cohorts in USA, Singapore, Sydney.
Oct/Nov ICF Australasia Chapter article by Tammy Turner on coaching supervision (CSA Graduate, MCC, ICF Australasia Director of the Professional Standards’ Committee and Leader of the ICF Coaching Supervision Task Force).

2014 July ICF Global Board made decision on coaching supervision for credential renewal (paid or unpaid) based on ICF Australasian Task Force (led by Tammy Turner) recommendation.

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