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Hello and thank you for taking the time to find out more about Sea Change.

I give one to one professional supervision and coaching to helping and health care professionals.

I take a mindful approach which makes compassionate enquiry into our lives in practice. It is only when we can accept, without fear or favour, how things are that we can make the changes we want to see.

I  run bespoke courses in giving and receiving a Mindful Supervision including one for Student Supervision for the School of Homeopathy, Stroud, UK.

You are welcome here to the isle of Portland or we can consult by video link using skype/google+

The value of employing an independent facilitator and coach is that I am not a part of your organisational culture. I am free to ask the dumb questions and you are free to explore your experience in absolute confidence.

Sea Change means subtle transformation, a minimal and affordable input which can make all the difference to your life in practice

Call for an informal conversation about yourself or project to see how a Sea Change consultation could help you.

Sheila Ryan 0751 355 0978

B.Sc. (Hons) D.S.H. F.S.Hom. Dip. Couns. Dip. Sup. E.A.S. (Teacher)

Reviews of Sea Change Course in Giving and Receiving Mindful Supervision

I was prejudiced against needing to train to do supervision and after doing the course feel inspired by the power of the supervisory relationship.

I look forward to nurturing my students and sharing the materials with them I’ve learned on the course.

I’ve learned how to sit back and actually do less and things are much easier now and more effective!

Minimum intervention, maximum learning. How to change your view of the world in 2 days!

I arrived with some trepidation not really knowing what to expect but I found the course very interesting and thought provoking. I am more of a practical type of person and liked the fact that I will have a structure when offering supervision.

I love having the charts we played with to guide me in unchartered waters.

The space was challenging and revealing, enabling clarity and awareness. I think a good supervision is the ability to turn lead (heavy ductile material) into gold (treasure) thus revealing the way to see what’s really going on, outside of the story we tell ourselves, or the story we think we have heard. Inspiring!