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12-Hour Certificate Training Course
Dwight Bain, M.A.
Coaching is about results and this interactive training session will rapidly guide you through the process of building a “coaches toolbox” of resources and techniques. The goal is to find out what works the best for you so you can bring out the best in others.
Sandra Dopf, B.S.
As a Life Coach, you will need to develop skills in coaching from different models. In this lesson, Sandra Dopf will conduct two role-plays that model the skills, questions, assessments and visual interaction between coach and client.
Georgia Shaffer, M.A.
We have learned when driving to be aware of our visual blind spots, but quite often our clients are not aware of their mental or psychological blind spots. According to Daniel Goleman, a blind spot is an appropriate metaphor “for our failure to see things as they are in actuality.”
Richard Eley, Ph.D.
The future belongs to individual thinkers who embrace change, break new ground, forge fresh paths, and transform the way they think. In this lesson, Life Coach, Richard Eley, will teach you to coach others in developing both their personal and professional lives.
Sylvia Frejd, M.A.
God has created you to be a spiritual being having a human experience and not a human being having a spiritual experience. In this lesson, Sylvia Frejd will serve as your Spiritual Development Coach and encourage you in your walk with God.
Catherine Hart Weber, Ph.D.
Positive psychology is a burgeoning field. Dr. Catherine Hart Weber explores how this new field offers a foundation for Life Coaches. She teaches powerful techniques in positive psychology that can be added to your coaching toolbox.
Dwight Bain, M.A.; Richard Eley, Ph.D. and Jeff Jernigan, B.S., PC, CCP, CQM, CPM
There is a unique set of issues involved in coaching men. Three leading Christian Coaches walk you through the roles, challenges, and aspects of coaching men and give a set of tools to make you a powerful coach.
Catherine Hart Weber, Ph.D.; Georgia Shaffer, M.A.; Katie Brazelton, M.Div., Ph.D.; Sandra Dopf, B.S. and Sylvia Frejd, M.A.
This lesson explores the aspects and challenges facing women in today’s society and how Life Coaches can help women grow and excel in the their jobs, spiritual lives, careers and families. Five top female coaches explore techniques and tools for coaching women.
Katie Brazelton, M.Div., Ph.D. and Jeff Jernigan, B.S., PC, CCP, CQM, CPM
Success as a coach requires finding the right niche based on your life experience and skills. Dr. Katie Brazelton and Jeff Jernigan walk you through the process of “finding your niche.” They also throw in a bonus by teaching you the technique of Laser Coaching that can be used in any area of specialty.
Dwight Bain, M.A. and Georgia Shaffer, M.A.
Success in coaching is tied to the connection between a coach’s skill set and the needs of his or her clients. Once a good match is identified, you can move forward to really unlocking the potential inside the people who trust you to lead them to the next level of personal and professional success.
Dwight Bain, M.A.
The weakest link is better than the strongest memory according to an ancient saying, and this session is overflowing with strategic ways to keep the coaching client’s goals in the forefront of every client contact through a specific, written action plan.
Bonus DVD: Therapist as Life Coach
by Catherine Hart Weber, Ph.D.