Personalised Care Programme: Coaching Skills - 2nd and 16th February 2022 and 2nd and 16th March 2022
10am to 12pm - Delegates must attend all four sessions
Presented by Mo Cohen from Interbe
Suitable for Clinical and Non-Clinical Staff
Over the past two decades there has been a growing interest
in narrative approaches to social concerns. Columbia University in New York has
a Masters Degree in Narrative Medicine and The BMJ has also published a number
of articles on Narrative Medicine. Narrative Psychology and Narrative Therapy
are now recognised fields of their own.
Narrative Coaching harnesses the most contemporary learnings
and understandings from these fields to create a dynamic and effective set of
coaching practices suitable for all clinicians working in NHS settings.
The programme will explore some of
the most important current ideas about narrative and stories, and will contain
a blended mix of theory and practice. There will be plenty of practical
coaching ideas that you can immediately begin to apply in your work.
The course framework
The training consists of
4 live, online sessions of 1.5 hours, fortnightly over a period of two
months. Each session will be fully interactive and experiential.
The Qualities of the
Coach and the nature of the I-thou encounter
The programme will be led by Mo Cohen. Mo has a BA in
Psychology and Anthropology, an MSc in Clinical Psychology, an MA in Creative
Conflict Transformation and is currently completing his PhD at the University
of Plymouth. Over the past 25 years he has led many leadership and coaching
programs and masterclasses for the NHS in the South West.
You will leave with:
More confidence in working with people’s stories,
both professionally and personally
An expanded understanding of how people’s narratives
and stories can either empower and enable them, or constrict and limit
them from fulfilling their potential.
A greater awareness of the ways in which people
can connect with their own agency, potential and resilience through their
own story telling
Dates and Time
February 2nd 2022 10.00
2022 10.00 – 11.30
2022 10.00 – 11.30
2022 10.00 –
Areas to be covered - listening skills, communication
skills, relationship skills, the narrative model.
To introduce the participants to
the skills and qualities of coaching - in particular to the narrative approach
to coaching and to self transformation.
To be achieved through these objectives:
1. coaching skills maps and models the coaches qualities
3. individual pair
and group work
1. Coach others using the narrative
2. Have an understanding of
narrative and story
3. Have a greater
understanding of self transformation
This course will be presented virtually and meeting details will be sent to delegates in the week before each part of the course.
are not able to attend this session please let us know in advance so that a
place can be made available for another delegate.
Please note that we will issue a £15 invoice for places that are not used
unless we are advised that delegates are unable to attend.
If there are any queries please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org