Learn How to Listen for Weight Bias and Establish Trust with Clients on Weight Issues
October 25th, 2016
Do your clients have bodies? Are they bringing health and weight issues to the coaching sessions? Have you looked at your own beliefs about fat, weightism and health?
You won’t want to miss out on this rare change to explore the realities of weight bias in our society and ourselves. Becky will not only shine light on how to create deeper trust with clients around their concerns about their weight, she’ll also increase your knowledge of eating disorders basics and the concept of Health At Every Size (HAES).
ICF Core Competencies addressed will include: Establishing Trust & Intimacy with the Client, Active Listening, Powerful Questioning, Creating Awareness, Designing Actions.
Becky Henry's Bio:
Becky Henry is trained as a Certified, Professional CoActive Coach (CPCC) and uses those skills to guide families to let go of fear and panic, learn selfcare skills and become effective guides for their loved one in eating disorder recovery.
Becky founded Hope Network, LLC in 2003 to change the way parents are supported when caregiving. She saw a huge gap in supporting families and she’s being the change. As a mom who has walked this journey since 2000, Becky created tools to support families.
Her services include:
Body Wisdom and Wholeness Coaching
November 15th, 2016
Powerful coaching integrates multiple sources of information. For both coach and client, accessing body/mind wisdom can bring new dimensions to coaching. Through this creative process your clients can experience insight into how the body can inform them. Using a mixture of experiential exercises, lecture and discussion, we will explore how body wisdom can serve you in discovering a deeper part of yourself and how your clients can engage their body wisdom on their journey. Please dress comfortably.
Carrie Chevalier Mosher's Bio
Carrie is a certified Co-Active Coach having completed her training in 1998. She is also a graduate of the Co-Active Leadership Program. Carrie’s life work centers on individuals’ journey toward wholeness. As a guide on that journey, she draws on her 30 years of combined experience as an educator, a Co-Active professional coach and a Veriditas Advanced Labyrinth Facilitator.
Carrie works with individuals, and groups. Her foundation is solidly rooted in Co-Active Coaching, Body Soul Work through the Marion Woodman Foundation, adult learning and creativity.
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