Coaching for Loss, Change, Uncertainty & Grief - 12th November

Change is an inevitable part of life and over the course of a lifetime, we and our clients will probably experience several significant life transitions.  Some of these will be initiated and planned for and others will be totally unplanned. Some of these will be welcome and others unwelcome.

The workshop will draw on psychological models and literature to share some models and techniques which coaches can use to help clients manage the big and small (and inevitable changes) which life throws at us.

 

Suitable for:

Accredited coaches who would like to learn some techniques and approaches for supporting coaching clients through unexpected or unwelcome change.

 

Outline Content:

  • Understanding grief – some definitions
  • Managing and understanding the boundary between coaching and counselling
  • Confidence to work with loss, transitions and endings
  • Identity, purpose and self-esteem
  • Working with endings
  • Coaching techniques for loss, endings and change
  • Positive Psychology approaches to wellbeing

 

For ICF Coaches:  We have applied for CCE points for this session.  Further details to follow.

Duration: Half Day Online Session

Cost: £75 +vat

 

 

Delivered and supported by:

Kim Morgan, MCC, CEO & Founder of Barefoot Coaching Ltd

MA, MCC, Visiting Research Fellow University of Chester, Grief Recovery Specialist, Author of The Coach’s Casebook and The Coach’s Survival Guide, Monthly columnist for Psychologies Magazine

 

Jo Jones, Lead In-house Coach at Barefoot Coaching

ACC, PG Cert in Business and Personal Coaching, Experienced Substance Misuse Counsellor within Voluntary Sector

​Session information

Time and Date

Thursday, November 12, 2020

13:00 - 16:00

Location

Online - Zoom

Price

Exc VAT: £75.00

Inc VAT: £90.00

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01332 863641