The Health Coach Training comprises five full days and will take an in-depth look at the individual first before expanding high-level techniques that build rapport, enhance communication and motivate.
The first day will introduce participants to the concept of internal representation and how individual thoughts, feelings and emotions based on past experiences and future predictions impact our actions
- Effective communication
- The concept of cause and effect
- Motivation and commitment
- Collaboration and partnership
The course content is interactive and designed to inspire curiosity and encourage a commitment to positive change to achieve success.
The second day will dive deeper into how people communicate by words, voice tone and body language.
Participants will learn about the six essential human needs, different learning styles and the impact of positive and negative behaviours.
Visual, auditory and kinaesthetic communication
Spotting signs and symptoms
Mental health awareness and coping strategies
The Triad State of the body, focus and words
Physiology of excellence
Gratitude and focus participants will be able to empathise with the feelings and emotions of being diagnosed with a long-term condition and how its prognosis can have life-changing implications.
The third day will introduce the concept of visualisation and four key steps to mastering emotions.
Goal-setting will be a large focus of the day in helping participants to understand the benefits of keeping all aspects of life in balance to achieve true alignment and success.
- The power of focus and balance
- Circle of excellence
- Celebrating small wins
- Beliefs and limiting beliefs
Practical and engaging exercises will show participants how to tap into the power of their amazing minds so that it becomes a reality.
The fourth day will cover individual values and how to reframe negative thinking patterns to enhance a partnership relationship when working with clients.
- Values and benchmarking
- Faulty thinking styles – negative thinking patterns
- Pre-framing and reframing
- Person-centred conversation
- Coaching framework – IGROW model
By the end of day four, participants will be ready to pull all elements together that will develop a consistent process to follow when dealing with clients living with a long-term illness.
The final day will highlight several successful case studies that showcase the powerful techniques learnt over the course of the week. The case studies will introduce various healthcare environments and types of clients and carers to show how the methods and systems are implemented.
Interactive sessions will combine all aspects of communication, behaviours, goal-setting, values and systems ready to apply immediately on the next working day.