Many mental health professionals view coaching as a skill set that can either supplement their existing practice, or as an entirely separate income stream. As Social Work Today stated “…social workers are naturals to take proactive clients to ‘most valuable player’ status.”
iPEC Coaching is pleased to announce that the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) has just approved our Life Potentials Training program for 27 continuing education units (CEUs). Life Potentials Training is the perfect starting point for social workers considering a move into professional coaching, as it provides new skills to coach others toward improving any and every facet of their lives and work.
During this one weekend session, individuals discover how to put the best of who they are into all that they do. It empowers them to feel invigorated with each day and each experience. It helps them to become their authentic selves – confidently sharing their gifts with those around them.
What makes Life Potentials Training extremely unique is that each participant is coached on personal and leadership development and, at the same time, trains to use these same skills and processes with other people. This inside-out method for intensive professional development, called the Core Energy Coaching™ process, enables participants to become even more effective as social workers, leaders, consultants, teachers, and parents in that they get to personally experience all that they will ultimately to do with others in just 3 days.
Finally, but most importantly, students understand the key, underlying blocks that most typically prevent people from taking action and achieving sought-after goals, and they learn the approaches to permanently removing those blocks. The skills, philosophies, tools, and overall experience have a profound impact on all aspects of attendees’ lives – such as improving personal relationships, stress levels, overall fulfillment, and much more.
iPEC not only offers the Life Potentials Training, but also our complete coach certification training program, of which Life Potentials is the just the first segment.
Tags: coaching, continuing education units, iPEC Coaching, leadership development, life coach training, Life Potentials, mental health professional, mentor coach, national association of social workers, professional coaching, social work, social work today