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Psychological Approaches to Coaching – Working with a values map

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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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.

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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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Group Supervision for Coaches, NLP Practitioners and Hypnotherapists

Why join a supervision group?

Supervision is a key element of good coaching practice providing the Coach, NLP Practitioner or Hypnotherapist with support and development. It also signals a professional approach to your client. Supervision is essentially the process of going “meta” to your coaching and mentoring practice, it helps you to metaphorically take a step back and look at your work from a new perspective.

You will attend this group to:

  • Gain essential support and feedback of your work.
  • To learn and develop, in a supervision group you will learn from other people’s experiences as well as your own.
  • Check that you are managing transference and counter- transference effectively.
  • Check your thinking around content, processes, ethics and professional practice.
  • Gain mentoring and advice.
  • Experience the support, reassurance and encouragement often missing for sole traders working alone.
  • Gain CPD credits.

Who is eligible for the GWiz Supervision Group?

This group is aimed at Practitioners in Coaching, NLP and Hypnotherapy. You will already have clients and you are wanting to ensure your practice is professional and ethical.

Why attend supervision with Melody Cheal?

Melody has worked as an executive coach, personal development coach and a therapist for over twenty years. This provides her with experience of working with very different client groups

She holds a degree in Psychology and a diploma in Psychotherapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Master Practitioner in NLP and is a certified Master Trainer of NLP and Neuro Linguistic Psychology. She also has an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology.

Melody is the co-founder of the international Positive School of Intrinsic Neuro Linguistic Psychology with her GWiz partner Joe Cheal and their American partner, Julie Silverthorn. She is a practitioner in both Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Emotional Intelligence. Melody is also a qualified Humanistic Neuro-linguistic Psychology Coach and co-creator of the iNLP Coaching Model.

In addition to this she was a Director of the Institute of Developmental Transactional Analysis and the co-ordinator for a working group for the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.

She has been running accredited training programmes for professionals for over 15 years including ILM, AC and ANLP accredited courses. Throughout that time she has continued to provide her students with supervision, support and mentoring.

How is the supervision group structured?

For six people or less the session is half a day, there are more than six the session may continue on into the afternoon if necessary. The maximum for the group is twelve.

At the beginning of each session Melody will facilitate the setting of an agenda. Participants with supervision issues will provide a one line description of the issue. Some participants will have more than one and some participants may not have anything to present but still wish to take part in the group.

The agenda will guide the session. Each supervision “slot” is twenty minutes, the slot is timed and followed by a process review. During the supervision slot the rest of the group observe and make notes. After the completion of the supervision the group are invited to discuss the process and personal insights. The content of the supervision is not up for discussion as this belongs to the Coach/Practitioner. Contracting is used through out.

Melody uses a supervision model based on a combination of NLP and TA.

How do I book a session?

Sessions are booked and paid for in advance by applying directly to Melody via email melody@gwiznlp.com

GWiz students and graduates pay £50

Non GWiz participants pay £80

NB: A GWiz graduate will have attended a minimum of four days training with GWiz either for NLP, Coaching or Hypnotherapy.