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HabitChange Coach Training Courses

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HabitChange Coach Training

Course I: HabitChange Coach Fundamentals

 

In this course, students undergo personal transformation as they develop skills and competencies as a professional coach. This 3-day course on Zoom helps students learn all of the International Coach Federation (ICF) core coaching competencies  as well as learn an effective model of habit change. Included in the HabitChange model, students will learn about the 7 Barriers to Change and how to overcome these barriers with clients using one of our proprietary assessments.

This course is highly experiential, using peer coaching and feedback as a key approach to learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive a certificate of completion and will be eligible to take HabitChange Coach II to further their coach training. 

By the end of HabitChange Coach Fundamentals, students will: 

  • Understand coaching -- the profession, the industry, its ethics, and its application.

  • Learn and practice the fundamental skills for effective coaching 

  • Better help themselves and others create sustained behavior change

  • Develop a mindfulness meditation practice for increasing awareness

  • Understand the Stages of Change Model by Prochaska, et al

  • Complete 24 hours of coach training in the core competencies

Investment:  $995

Next dates:  January 21-23, 2022 on Zoom

By application only.  Click here to apply:  https://forms.gle/54q753wsXmrE3Au4A

Course II: HabitChange Coach II 

Prerequisite: Course I: HabitChange Coach Fundamentals

 

The HabitChange Coach II course furthers the student coach’s skills in the ICF coaching competencies as well as deepens the student’s skills in working with the HabitChange model. In this 3 day course on Zoom, students will expand their mindfulness practice and be introduced to Mindful Self Compassion (MSC).

This course is highly experiential, using peer coaching and feedback as a key approach to learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive a certificate of completion and will be eligible to take HabitChange Coach III to further their coach training. 

By the end of HabitChange Coach II, students will: 

  • Learn to use the Small Step process of habit change

  • Gain more skill in coaching through Barriers to Change

  • Develop their intuition

  • Learn a simple tool to increase in the moment awareness

  • Learn strategies to self -manage as a coach

  • Understand the arc of the coaching session and the ongoing coaching engagement with clients

 

Investment:  $1495

Next dates:  February 18-20, 2022 on Zoom

By application only.  

 

Course III: HabitChange Coach III 

 

Prerequisite: Course 2: HabitChange Coach II

The HabitChange Coach III course furthers the student coach’s skills in coaching  competencies as well as introduces the student to coaching through the HabitChange Process. Students go through a proprietary process of assessing emotional, physical, and  spiritual health across eight integrated life practice areas.

 

These areas are: Resilience, Nutrition, Exercise, Spirituality, Learning, Friendship, Sleep, and Simplicity. Students learn how to develop a personalized Life Plan using these eight life practices by  identifying a vision, goal, and anchor for themselves while learning to use this model with clients. Upon successful completion  of this course, students will receive a certificate of completion and will be eligible to further their coach certification and take Coach Residency.  

 

By the end of HabitChange Coach III, students will: 

  • Develop a personal Life Plan and learn how to use with clients 

  • Learn how to use the Small Step™ process in life planning

  • Have looked honestly and deeply at their lives across the following life practices: Resilience, Nutrition, Exercise, Spirituality, Learning, Friendship, Sleep, and  Simplicity  

  • Help clients use mindfulness as a way to increase their awareness

  • Learn how to use coaching as an adjunct professional service to help clients  manage various health issues 

  • Complete an additional 24 hours of coach training 

 

Investment:  $1495

Next dates:  March 18-20, 2022

By application only.  

 

Course IV: Coach Residency

Prerequisite: Course 3: HabitChange Coach III

Doing Coaching is designed to further the coach’s development and support the coach in  their effort to make a global impact. Included in this class is a residency experience for  the students where they coach in an organization, along with group supervision, case  presentations, and introduction to the local chapter of the ICF. Some discussion topics  may include: coaching vs. mentoring vs. therapy vs. consulting; spirituality vs. religion;  boundary violations; self care and self-management; managing time and energy; money  and wealth; creating a successful coaching business; finding peace and happiness; living  with humor, joy and fun. Students who successfully complete this course as well as the  required supervision and mentor coaching, will be eligible to apply for ICF credentialing. 


By the end of Coach Residency, students will: 

  • Complete a coaching residency at a local organization 

  • Complete the final 42 hours of coach training toward the 125 hours required by  the ICF 

  • Contribute and discuss case presentations on coaching 

  • Review and discuss current event articles relevant to coaching 

  • Learn how to navigate “sticky situations” in coaching 

  • Receive support in further developing their coaching business

 

Investment:  $1495

Next dates:  April 13, 2022, meets weekly from Noon-2PM ET on Zoom for 14 weeks. 

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