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Maximize your Coaching Effectiveness with Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching

Earn 6 Coaching CEUS and Learn How to Help Clients Overcome Thinking and Feeling Traps That Keep Them Stuck.

Maximize your Coaching Effectiveness with Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching

Earn 6 Coaching CEUS and Learn How to Help Clients Overcome Thinking and Feeling Traps That Keep Them Stuck.
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This Introductory section describes how the course is set up and how to access all of the video, audio, and print files. It also introduces Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching and describes how coaching and therapy are similar but different.
This lecture takes a deep dive into the nature of AC Coaching and describes its origins in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)>.
Coaching clients do not get stuck in a rut because they are crazy or suffer from a diagnosed mental disorder. They get stuck and fail to comply with their coaching goals because they are psychologically inflexible. This lecture explains what causes psychological inflexibility and what can be done to help clients become more psychologically flexible.
This lecture describes what mindfulness is and how coaches can use it to help their clients become more psychologically flexible. It uses exercises and activities to teach students different kinds of mindfulness.
This lecture focuses on values. It describes what values are and how lack of clarity of one's values is related to psychological inflexibility. It uses exercises and activities that help clients clarify their values and become more psychologically flexible.
This lecture describes the relationship between values and commitment. It shows students how to write values-based goals which ensure commitment and build greater psychological flexibility.
This lecture describes the relationship between values and commitment. It shows students how to write values-based goals which ensure commitment and build greater psychological flexibility.
The Observer Self view is a way of looking at yourself that allows you to step back and assess your thoughts, feelings, and behavior in a more detached way. Taking this view allows clients to use disentanglement techniques that help them separate from unhelpful ways of viewing themselves. This disentangling helps them become more psychologically flexible.
Coaches practice in a variety of specialty areas such as business, health, and executive coaching. This lecture shows coaches how to integrate AC Coaching principles and practices into their work regardless of their coaching specialty area.

Do powerful emotions like fear, worry, and anxiety and troubling, and irrational thoughts create barriers that keep your clients stuck in a rut and unable to make progress?

Are you apprehensive about crossing the coach/therapist line when trying to help clients overcome these barriers?

If you answered yes to these questions, I know how you are feeling. I wrote my book, Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (2011, New Harbinger Publishing) because I had the very same concerns.

In this new 6 CEU Training Course, Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness With AC Coaching, I describe how coaching clients do not have diagnosed DSM-type mental disorders; they are just stuck. They are stuck on negative, unhelpful thoughts, and the powerful emotions that accompany them. Being stuck keeps them from adhering to the coaching plans they agree to and desperately want to achieve.

The reason they are stuck is that they lack the psychological flexibility they need to co-exist with their troubling thoughts and painful emotions as they move forward and make progress on their coaching goals.

You can teach them how to become more psychologically-flexible by integrating simple exercises and activities derived from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and adapted to coaching.

The 6 CEU Course, Acceptance and Commitment Coaching (AC): Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness, is designed for busy, working professionals just like you who want easy access to get help when they need it and in a format, they can use. It is a complete course that you download and own. You can watch (video) listen to (audio ) or read (print) the course sessions at your convenience.

The course is broken down into short training sessions (20-30 minutes long) that have everything you need to make the content instantly usable.

  • information & instructions
  • exercises
  • assessments
  • quizzes

The 6 CEU Course, Acceptance and Commitment Coaching (AC): Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness, is simply the BEST training program available for helping clients overcome the negative, unhelpful thinking, and emotional barriers that keep them stuck.

Requirements

  1. You must be a certified Coach to earn the CEUs.
  2. You should feel comfortable downloading digital content using a phone, tablet, or computer and have access to a printer to print off course exercises and assessments.
  3. You should be willing to complete the exercises and assessments when requested by the Instructor.
  4. You must score at least 70 on a written post-test to earn the 10 CEUs.
This Introductory section describes how the course is set up and how to access all of the video, audio, and print files. It also introduces Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching and describes how coaching and therapy are similar but different.
This lecture takes a deep dive into the nature of AC Coaching and describes its origins in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)>.
Coaching clients do not get stuck in a rut because they are crazy or suffer from a diagnosed mental disorder. They get stuck and fail to comply with their coaching goals because they are psychologically inflexible. This lecture explains what causes psychological inflexibility and what can be done to help clients become more psychologically flexible.
This lecture describes what mindfulness is and how coaches can use it to help their clients become more psychologically flexible. It uses exercises and activities to teach students different kinds of mindfulness.
This lecture focuses on values. It describes what values are and how lack of clarity of one's values is related to psychological inflexibility. It uses exercises and activities that help clients clarify their values and become more psychologically flexible.
This lecture describes the relationship between values and commitment. It shows students how to write values-based goals which ensure commitment and build greater psychological flexibility.
This lecture describes the relationship between values and commitment. It shows students how to write values-based goals which ensure commitment and build greater psychological flexibility.
The Observer Self view is a way of looking at yourself that allows you to step back and assess your thoughts, feelings, and behavior in a more detached way. Taking this view allows clients to use disentanglement techniques that help them separate from unhelpful ways of viewing themselves. This disentangling helps them become more psychologically flexible.
Coaches practice in a variety of specialty areas such as business, health, and executive coaching. This lecture shows coaches how to integrate AC Coaching principles and practices into their work regardless of their coaching specialty area.

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Dr. Rich Blonna

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Dr Rich Blonna is a world-renowned expert in understanding how the mind and body work together to reduce stress and have better sex. He is a retired Professor Emeritus from William Paterson University in NJ. For over 25 years he has devoted himself to helping people just like you stress less and have better sex lives. As a Coach (BCC), Counselor (NCC), and Health Education Specialist (CHES) he uses the best practices from each of these disciplines to help people stress less and have better sex lives.  He is a noted author and trainer in the area of Acceptance and Commitment  (AC) Coaching, an approach that helps people become more psychologically-flexible, reduce their stress,  and get the most out of their relationships. Dr. Rich is also certified in Naikan and Morita, two forms of Japanese psychology that use mindfulness and acceptance to help people shift their focus off  of  unhelpful thoughts, feelings, and actions and onto behaving in ways that reduce their stress and enhance their sexuality and their relationships.

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