Introduction to Coaching with Physical Process - April 15-16, 2018

Coaching Physical Process.png
Coaching Physical Process.png

Introduction to Coaching with Physical Process - April 15-16, 2018


Date: April 15-16, 2018
Times: Sunday, 9:00am-6:00pm;
Monday, 9:00am-6:00pm

Tuition: $644.00
Early Bird: $560.00 (before 3/30/2018) - use promo code introapril

Continuing Education (CCE):
14 GPCC™ hours
10.25 ICF Core Competency hours
3.75 ICF Resource Development hours

Location: Gestalt Institute of Cleveland

Register and Add to Cart

Ann Attayek Carr, MS, MCC, GPCC™
Melissa S. Kelly-McCabe, MS, MCC, GPCC™, BCC

Are you looking for ways to connect more with your clients – and have them connect more with their own experience?

Do you want to bring more coaching presence and intimacy in ways that feel authentic in your own coaching style? 

What’s possible when you tap into your wisdom beyond your powerful questions – that place of deeper intervention that brings your whole self and all you can offer?

Our coaching becomes more powerful when we attend to all of ourselves, called our embodiment - as we attend to our clients’ embodiment.  Believing that beyond our brains, our bodies carry a wisdom that we can productively tap into. As coaches we can access our thinking, our feeling and our core/gut to bring out our best, and support our clients to bring out their best. 

This two-day workshop introduces how the coach’s physical process can impact the coaching work, and how the coach can use attention to non-verbal interaction and self-supporting processes to enhance the client’s learning. We’ll use the Gestalt coaching stance (incorporating presence, mindfulness, using self as an instrument, looking at the person and environment as a whole, and attending to the emergent present,) with coaching practice sessions and faculty feedback. 

This workshop is designed for practitioners, coaches, consultants, facilitators, and those with some coaching exposure/experience.

Learning Objectives:
Participants completing this workshop will be able to:

  • Discuss, describe and practice your own embodiment that attends to your Coach/ Client relational field and supports your present-centered intuition and interventions.
  • Practice noticing a client’s embodied expression: posture, breath, voice tone, eye contact, movement, and use of sensory language.
  • Experiment with expanding client’s awareness and choices for action through asking powerful questions, facilitating movement experiments, co-creating embodied practices for ongoing learning. 
  • Practice and demonstrate your range of personal self-support through awareness of breathing, posture and use of gesture/movement.
  • Begin to correlate the skills of coaching with physical process to International Coach Federation (ICF) core competencies.