Certificate Coaching Psychology ::

Course Name:- Certificate Coaching Psychology Practitioner (CCPPTM)
Price : US$ 500 82.4% 88

The Coaching Psychology Practitioner (CCPPTM) course is our premiere program and one of the world's leaders in the field of Coaching Psychology training.

Combining academic study with practical application and skill development, this Postgraduate Certificate in Coaching Psychology is the essential starting place for experienced managers who wish to understand the role of professional helping relationships at work, and their impact in and out of organisations.

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The Coaching Psychology Practitioner (CCPP™) course is our premiere program and one of the world’s leaders in the field of Coaching Psychology training.

 

Combining academic study with practical application and skill development, this Postgraduate Certificate in Coaching Psychology is the essential starting place for experienced managers who wish to understand the role of professional helping relationships at work, and their impact in and out of organisations.

 

Organisations have woken up to the fact that most employees need some additional perspective to help them be successful in their roles. Coaching as an intervention to address this has grown exponentially. Some pertinent questions remain, and need reflection: Why has coaching emerged now? Why is it seen to be so relevant? How can we tell when/if it works? Is it different from counselling and psychotherapy? Are certain types of coaching more effective, under certain conditions, with certain people?

 

You will be introduced to the history and variety of coaching and helping relationships. You will review a range of coaching techniques, discussing their relevance and efficacy, and consider pertinent issues that face the contemporary coach.

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the development of coaching psychology.

  2. Develop an understanding of the coach-coachee relationship.

  3. Develop an understanding of a range of coaching psychology approaches, models and frameworks.

  4. Understand the nature of coaching psychology.

  5. Become knowledgeable of cognitive-behavioural, problem-solving, solution focused and rational emotive behavioural coaching.

  6. Understand the psychological concepts of emotional management, self-esteem, self-acceptance, self-motivation, focus on achieving goals, transformation of the coachee into the self-coach (the coaching career), low frustration tolerance and practice relevant skills that can be used in coaching.

  7. Develop and have an opportunity to practise a range of advanced coaching skills.

  8. Become proficient in the use of challenges and disputation in coaching.

  9. Learn how to overcome blocks in coaching.

  10. Understanding how to deal with emotional interference when implementing and/or maintaining action plans.

  11. Learn how to maintain their newly acquired advanced coaching skills

  12. Consider the psychological coaching models and their application to life, business, executive, performance and speciality coaching.

Introduction to Mental Health and Community Wellbeing

 

In this module we focus on the common mental health or community wellbeing issues that would benefit from positive psychology intervention and how to identify symptoms and behaviors.

 

Content covered:

  1. Introduction to mental health.

  2. Mood disorders.

  3. Personality disorders.

  4. Relationship issues.
  5. Career and professional issues.
  6. Personal performance issues.

 

Foundations of Coaching Psychology Practitioner

 

This module gives a broad critical and pragmatic evaluation of the field of coaching theory and practice. covers the definition of coach, distinctions between counseling, therapy, and coaching, the ethics of coaching, and a strong focus on the development of the basic coaching skills or core competencies, including but not limited to creating rapport, reframing, open questions, and active listening. Learning is developed both through readings, in class experiential and observational learning, reinforced through weekly Peer Coaching fieldwork.

Content covered:

  1. The shifts and shapes of the helping relationship and the human mind

  2. Perspectives: the normative coach

  3. Perspectives: the phenomenological coach

  4. Perspectives: the critical coach

  5. Perspectives: the postmodern coach

  6. Focus on executives

  7. Focus on career

  8. Focus on mentoring and coaching as management style

Organizational Behavior for Coaching

 

This course provides an overview and analysis of various behavioral concepts affecting human behaviour in business organisations, with emphasis on research, theory, and practice.This course provides an overview and analysis of various behavioral concepts affecting human behaviour in business organisations, with emphasis on research, theory, and practice.

 

Content covered:

  1. Introducing Organizational Behavior

  2. Values, Personality and Individual Differences

  3. Motivation

  4. Rewards, Performance Management and How Groups Work

  5. Teamwork, Team Performance, Power and Politics

  6. Leadership Theories and Emerging Leadership Perspectives

  7. Decision Making and Communication

  8. Organizational Conflict, Negotiation, Culture and Development

  9. Organization Goals, Structures, Strategic Capabilities and Design

 

Social Psychology for Coaching

 

The course explores the relationship between the individual and the social environment, including the groups they belong to and the way they think about themselves and how they are influenced by others. The topics include self and others perception, attributions, prejudice, social identity, compliance and conformity, interpersonal and intergroup relations. Emphasis is on the application of social psychological concepts and theories to everyday events and encounters.

 

Content covered:

  1. Introduction to Social Psychology

  2. Understanding the Self in Social World

  3. Social Beliefs and Judgements

  4. Relationship between Behaviour and Attitudes

  5. Conformity and Obedience

  6. Persuasion

  7. Prejudice

  8. Aggression

  9. Interpersonal Attraction

  10. Helping Behaviour

 

Coaching as a Business

Introduces concepts of how to market your own coaching business, including identifying your business and your “ideal client” or niche, creating an elevator speech, and developing your marketing plan.

 

Content covered:

  1. Marketing Principles
  2. Marketing Mix

  3. SWOT Analysis

  4. Service Management

  5. Competitor Analysis

  6. Marketing Strategies for Coaching Business

 

Coaching Techniques and Approaches

 

The Coaching Techniques and Approaches course focuses on the skills used by professional coaches, covering the definition of coaching; the distinctions between counseling, therapy, and coaching; the ethics of coaching; and a strong focus on the development of the basic coaching skills or core competencies, including but not limited to creating rapport, reframing, open questions, and active listening, and goal setting.

 

Content covered:

  1. Fundamental coaching skills

  2. Ethical and professional practice

  3. Screening and orientation

  4. Interventions for individuals

  5. Interventions for businesses and organizations

  6. Explain coaching processes to client

  7. Providing coaching via distance technologies

  8. Facilitate client development of decision making skills

  9. Assist clients in their role transitionsFacilitate client use of resources in coaching (books, articles, skills, habits etc)

  10. Apply standards of practice of coaching

  11. Promote awareness of coaching

 

The Professional Coach

 

Focuses on life design and personal fulfillment. This is both a personal journey, with students using an assortment of common coaching assessments to advance their personal development, as well as being trained on how to use these with their clients. Some of the issues addressed include needs, values, beliefs; Life purpose; Life design; Integrity, standards, choices and boundaries; reserve and abundance; and self-care for coaches.

 

Topics covered:

  1. Personal Goals

  2. Personal Values

  3. Persoal Integrity and Ethics

  4. Personal Choices and Boundaries

  5. Personal Motivation

  6. Personal Sources of Resources

  7. Self-Care

Online via our learning management system. Direct supervision will be via Zoom and Skype.

This 80-hour, training program can be completed as quickly as two weeks or six-months according to your pace. It include 64 hours of theory and practice preparatory modules with 16 hours of supervised practice.

Standard fees: US$1000

Early bird fees (20% discount): US$800

 

Limited time only promotional price: US$188

The Certified Positive Psychology Practitioner (CPPP) Program is ideal for educators, business innovators and social entrepreneurs, coaches, managers, consultants, HR professionals, executives, leaders, facilitators, yoga teachers, nutritionists, body workers, doctors, psychologists and other mental health/wellness practitioners, teachers and educators, curriculum designers and more.

1. Private practice.

2. Professional psychotherapists.

3. Life coaches.

4. Enterpreneurs.

5. Lecturers.

6. Corporate oaches.

7. Consultants.

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