The National Academy of Coaching Psychology (NACP) will be running supervision groups for three groups of professionals:

  1. Psychologists in training who are working towards International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) accreditation or British Psychological Society (BPS) chartership as coaching psychologists. (This group can also be used for on-going supervision.) More information here.
  2. Coaches wishing to receive on-going supervision. (They may also be working towards accreditation.) More information here.
  3. Supervisers requiring on-going group supervision of their supervision practice. The supervisors may be working towards accreditation with a professional body as a supervisor. More information here.

We provide a one-to-one coaching and/or coaching psychology practice supervision service. More details here. We also provide individual Administrative Supervision for supervisees on external courses requiring the checking of their coach learning and coach practice logbooks. This service is only available to supervisees who are already attending group supervision sessions at the NACP.

Visit the General Supervision webpage regarding supervision at the NACP.

To apply to a National Academy of Coaching Psychology group supervision stream or 1-to-1 supervision, please download the Supervision Application Form HERE.


The supervisors are Chartered Coaching Psychologists who are on the BPS RAPPS register, Chartered Coaching Psychologists and ISCP Accredited Coaching Psychologist Supervisors. These supervisors include Professor Stephen Palmer and Dr Siobhain O’Riordan who have been actively involved in the development of the discipline of coaching psychology for 2 decades. Both have been chairs of the original BPS Special Group in Coaching Psychology and involved in editing their journals. Currently Prof Stephen Palmer is ISCP President and Dr Siobhain O’Riordan is ISCP Chair.