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.
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.