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Long Term Coaching – Overview –
This module looks closely at long-term coaching and supporting a client through a change/growth process that may take 8-months to a year, or longer. Building off the coaching format we established in the Foundation Modules, you will learn how to hold a long-term perspective with your client that maintains a nature-connected point of view. Different from the Stages of Change and the Four-Shields, discussed in other modules, this perspective uses the goals and intentions of the clients as the starting point as you guide them through a long-term process, rather than their current mental state. In other words, the Transformational Learning Model is not a diagnostic tool, like some of the other models, it simply provides a natural, long-term structure to follow that compliments that NCC approach. Since the brain must change for change to occur, this module is considered part of the three-part brain series.
Partswork – Overview –
Have you ever heard someone say, “a part of me feels …?” In coaching and psychology, the concept of “multiplicity” – multiple parts of one’s personality – is not a new concept. However, Dr. Roger Strachan from the Center for Creative Choice has developed a working model for PartsWork that is incredibly effective, intuitive, rooted in wilderness work, and grounded in research. Partswork will quickly become a powerful Active Listening tool for your coaching work. In this module you will learn the basic process of Partswork and how to apply it to Nature-Connected Coaching.
Important note: AWD and 4WD vehicles are required during inclement weather for access to StarHouse and the Retreat Cabin as the road and driveway are steep. Carpooling from town is recommended for those who do not have access to such vehicles.
This event is for registered Nature-Connected Coaching students