Unveiling Blind Spots of Client-Coach Relationship

Trauma-Informed Coaching

About the Event

A professional coach, transitioning from a strong corporate background, once described her early coaching career as being “half blind and half deaf” until she discovered trauma-informed coaching. This striking metaphor encapsulates the limitations she faced when crucial aspects of trauma were missing from her toolkit.

Upon gaining her qualifications as a trauma-informed coach, she witnessed a remarkable transformation. New depths in her coaching emerged, allowing her to connect profoundly and effectively with her clients. This shift not only enhanced her practice but also expanded her capabilities, enabling her to thrive as a trauma-informed professional coach.

Many professional coaches, originate from backgrounds in Human Resources, Learning and Development, or Leadership. Often, they overlook the significant impact of detrimental conditioning and trauma in their lives. Integrating an understanding of trauma into our coaching skill set is not merely beneficial; it’s transformative. This approach enables coaches to help clients break free from cognitive distortions, blind spots, and entrenched neural pathways.

Event Details:

Date: July 15, 2024

Time: 9:00 am ET | 2:00 pm BST | 6:30 pm IST | 8:00 pm ICT | 11:00 pm AET

Platform: Live session on Zoom (link will be shared upon registration)

What to Expect:

  • Insightful Discussions: Explore the synergy between trauma-informed knowledge and coaching, and understand how this integration creates immense value.
  • Understanding Trauma: Delve into the role of trauma in an individual’s development and its impact on personal growth and behavior.
  • Real-World Case Studies: Learn from numerous real-world examples illustrating the effectiveness of trauma-informed coaching approaches.
  • Practical Techniques: Gain practical tools and methodologies to incorporate trauma-informed practices into your coaching sessions.

Who Should Attend:

  • Professional coaches aim to deepen their impact and enhance their skill sets.
  • HR professionals, learning and development specialists, and leaders seeking to understand the influence of trauma on personal and professional growth.
  • Anyone interested in the transformative power of trauma-informed coaching.

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