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I am Sheila Ryan and I run Sea Change coaching, supervision and teaching practice.

I have been working with therapists, health and helping practitioners for over 35 years. I specialise in a creative and mindful approach, in helping us move with ease and in our own unique ways through our lives in practice.

I am author of the ground breaking book “Vital Practice” which introduces a mindful and homeopathic approach to professional  coaching and supervision. (2004) I am co-author of “Volta Voices” Stories from a rural Ghana clinic. (2016) The book is an education and fund raising initiative for women’s  health related projects at the Mafi kumasi community clinic. (see link)

I live in a rural pueblo  in Southern Spain with my husband and terriers, Juno and Gloria.  I  dance, walk in the forests, mountains and river valleys, practice ritual and movement meditations, write stories and play fiddle for traditional Irish sessions. And of course learn Spanish every day. Bienvenido a Sea Change!

At 67 I am beginning a new project ‘Sea Change at 70’ which aims to support us in shape shifting into the wild and wise elders we are.

Sea Change means subtle transformation. Sea Change Supervision, Coaching and teaching are minimal and energetic inputs which can make all the difference to your life in practice.

Your life is your unique creative act in this world. Shape shifting to become more of your unique self is a life’s art work and play  Be the most and the best you can be. Contribute more in this way to the world. Be more resilient, resourceful and relevant than you already are.

Call for an informal conversation about yourself or project to see what a Sea Change session can do for you.

Sheila Ryan 0751 355 0978

B.Sc. (Hons) D.S.H. F.S.Hom. Dip. Couns. Dip. Sup. E.A.S. (Teacher) Retired Fellow Society of Homeopaths.

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!