Learn the Basic Principles of Collaborative Coaching and How to Build a Coaching Practice.
A Course Designed for Mental Health Professionals
- Learn the similarities & differences between coaching & counseling
- Identify & utilize your key counseling strengths & talents in coaching
- Learn the basics of setting up your practice & promoting yourself
- Participate in coaching & being coached exercises
- Expand your horizons & create possibilities for your career
This course is for mental health professionals who want to learn to be a collaborative coach and expand their personal achievements in life and work. It will provide an opportunity to develop
and integrate individual, group and organizational coaching into your practice.
Workshop includes assignments to enhance and integrate learning into your present
practice and create new career directions.
It also provides an opportunity, to network with other supervisors, and to create knowledge and expertise with each other. The format includes didactic, live consultation and observation of supervision, reflecting processes, experiential exercises, literature review and handouts. Assignments help facilitate and enhance learning.
A Collaborative Approach to “Supervising” in Private Practice, University and Public Agency Settings.
- Refresh and energize your supervisor skills
- Learn and network with other supervisors
- Become familiar with current literature
- Review ethical/legal/professional issues
- Meets supervision course requirements and
refresher/continuing education for:
- Marriage & Family Therapists
- Licensed Professional Counselors
- Social Workers
- Includes pre-course assignments
Beginning in the 70’s Harry Goolishian and Harlene Anderson invited a small group of professionals to Galveston for a week to think and work together around emerging collaborative-dialogic ideas and practices.
These gatherings evolved into the International Summer Institute: a space for practitioners, researchers, scholars, and students to learn and share ideas and practices.
Over the last twenty years the ISI convened in Mexico—as a bilingual event hosted by Harlene Anderson and Grupo Campos Eliseos colleagues–and grew in size and relevance within the international collaborative-dialogic community.