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Psychological Approaches to Coaching – There’s more going on than you think!

ReC_whiteThe programme is designed to allow learners time to reflect, consolidate and practice between modules. Each module is three days in length and includes supervised coaching practice with feedback.For experienced coaches there is the opportunity to dip into the programme and attend individual modules. As this course is accredited by the Association for Coaches the modules can be used as CPD.

The modules are:

  • Foundations in Coaching – 28th to 30th March 2017
  • Transactional Analysis for Coaches – 23rd to 25th May 2017
  • There’s more going on than you think! – 4th to 6th July 2017
  • Working with a values map – 5th to 7th September 2017

 

Learners will be expected to complete pre-work before each module and once the course has commenced practice coaching to consolidate learning. Modules 2 to 4 will include time for learners to present coaching cases for supervision. All students will need to have cases to present.

wellFor new coaches not yet in practice guidance and support will be given on how to practice ethically and safely during training.

 

 

Psychological Approaches to Coaching – Transactional Analysis for Coaches

Accredited by the Association for Coaching
Accredited by the Association for Coaching

The programme is designed to allow learners time to reflect, consolidate and practice between modules. Each module is three days in length and includes supervised coaching practice with feedback.For experienced coaches there is the opportunity to dip into the programme and attend individual modules. As this course is accredited by the Association for Coaches the modules can be used as CPD.

The modules are:

  • Foundations in Coaching – 28th to 30th March 2017
  • Transactional Analysis for Coaches – 23rd to 25th May 2017
  • There’s more going on than you think! – 4th to 6th July 2017
  • Working with a values map – 5th to 7th September 2017

Learners will be expected to complete pre-work before each module and once the course has commenced practice coaching to consolidate learning. Modules 2 to 4 will include time for learners to present coaching cases for supervision. All students will need to have cases to present.

For new coaches not yet in practice guidance and support will be given on how to practice ethically and safely during training.IMG_4069_Swans alitned edited-1_edited-1

 

 

Psychological Approaches to Coaching – Foundations in Coaching

Accredited by the Association for Coaching
Accredited by the Association for Coaching

The programme is designed to allow learners time to reflect, consolidate and practice between modules. Each module is three days in length and includes supervised coaching practice with feedback.For experienced coaches there is the opportunity to dip into the programme and attend individual modules. As this course is accredited by the Association for Coaches the modules can be used as CPD.

The modules are:

  • Foundations in Coaching – 28th to 30th March 2017
  • Transactional Analysis for Coaches – 23rd to 25th May 2017
  • There’s more going on than you think! – 4th to 6th July 2017
  • Working with a values map – 5th to 7th September 2017

Learners will be expected to complete pre-work before each module and once the course has commenced practice coaching to consolidate learning. Modules 2 to 4 will include time for learners to present coaching cases for supervision. All students will need to have cases to present.

For new coaches not yet in practice guidance and support will be given on how to practice ethically and safely during training.

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SKILLS DEVELOPMENT DAY

Melody had been invited to run some Skills Development Days for the Association for Coaches. To book a place contact The Association for Coaching direct.

http://uk.associationforcoaching.com/events/event-157/

About this event

Have you ever wondered what Positive Psychology offers practically?

Would you like to know how your inner state impacts on your client’s ability to change?

How useful would it be to you to learn how to apply Positive Psychology to your coaching practice?

This workshop provides you with an understanding of Positive Psychology and how to apply it in your everyday practice. There will be a number of easy to use tools introduced plus some links to other disciplines such as NLP and TA.

Wisperia imageThe sessions will link with the content in Melody’s new book ‘Becoming Happy’ and also links with her Association for Coaching accredited Certificate, Positive Psychology Coaching and Diploma, Psychological Approaches to Coaching. You will get the opportunity to practice positive psychology coaching and to experience personal change as a client.

Working with Coaching Clients with Low Self-esteem

Working with clients who have self-esteem issues can be very You are loved and acceptedchallenging. The need to pace the client’s world becomes essential as vulnerable people can feel overwhelmed by “too positive” an attitude from the Coach Practitioner.

Carl Rogers suggested that the relationship between client and therapist is the single most important factor for change and healing. He coined the term “unconditional positive regard”. This translates very easily into a coaching context where many clients seek help in improving their lives. Coaching is a good option for someone not deemed to need therapy but is still wanting to find more meaning and contentment in their lives

I have used this approach with both Coaching NLP and Hypnotherapy. Drawing on the work of my own mentor, Julie Silverthorn and her work at Neuroenergetics. It was here that she co-developed Humanistic NLP. HNLP and iNLP (Intrinsic NLP co-developed with Julie, Joe and I) have developed the idea of unconditional positive regard further with the concept of “positive internal representations”.

 We hold internal representations of ourselves and others, the nature of these representations impacts on how we feel and behave. They also support and reinforce any linked beliefs we hold. For example, if we have a negative internal representation of ourselves we may also have beliefs about low self-worth or may believe we lack ability in the field linked to a specific internal representation.

There is value in transforming negative internal representations into positive ones and to some degree this is simply a decision to change it. However, we need to also check the positive intention behind the original representation.

 How we feel, think and behave about another person creates our ongoing experience of that person. It becomes essential for you, as a coach to be able to hold a positive internal representation of your client in order for them to have the environment they need to thrive.

 I am running two workshops on behalf of the Association for Coaching that include this topic and other Positive Psychological Approaches. The first is in London on 29th September and I will be repeating the same workshop in Sheffield in October.

 Follow the link below for more information.

 http://www.associationforcoaching.com/events/all/

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