Exploring the experience of using music and creative mark-making as a reflective tool during coaching supervision: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

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McManus, B. C. and Giraldez Hayes, A. 2021. Exploring the experience of using music and creative mark-making as a reflective tool during coaching supervision: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Philosophy of Coaching: An International Journal. 6 (2), pp. 22-46. https://doi.org/10.22316/poc/06.2.03
AuthorsMcManus, B. C. and Giraldez Hayes, A.
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Coaching supervision is still an emergent profession with a limited body of research to support its credibility and practice. This qualitative study is the first to explore the use of music and mark-making as a creative tool within coaching supervision and highlights information about both coach and coach supervisor experience. The research explores the question, ‘How does using mark-making in response to music within coaching supervision affect coaches’ experience of reflective practice?’ through semi-structured interviews, analysed using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) methodology. Findings revealed that using music and mark-making as a creative tool within coaching supervision enhances reflective practice and supports the client-supervisor relationship, enabling highly effective supervision to take place. The results offer coaches, coaching supervisors, coach educators and researchers and other professionals in other contexts where supervision forms an integral part of professional support and development insights into using music and other creative tools in supervision sessions and the impact on reflective practice.

JournalPhilosophy of Coaching: An International Journal
Journal citation6 (2), pp. 22-46
ISSN2371-5251
Year2021
PublisherPhilosophy of Coaching
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