In a world that seems to be changing with increasing rapidity, the ability of coaches to recognise, understand, and address their own well-being needs is now a vital skill. However, relatively little is known about the self-care needs and practices of coaches, with few resources available to guide coaches in how to develop systematic personalised self-care plans.
Grounded in the concept of formulation, this webinar introduces the Health Awareness Tool as a means of helping coaches develop greater self-awareness of their well-being needs and formulate individually-tailored approaches to self-care.
This session provides a practical illustration of the Health Awareness Tool and offers ways in which participants might apply it to their own circumstances and needs. While the webinar focuses on the needs of the individual coach, the implications for coach training and practice are also considered as collectively we move into a future that is likely to pose many, as yet, unforeseen challenges.
Hosted by Andrew Parsons PhD, this virtual group is open to all EMCC UK members and non-members who have an interest in, or work in, the health and wellbeing coaching and mentoring sector. The intent is to meet bi-monthly with guest speakers, networking opportunities, the latest thoughts on coaching and mentoring techniques, accreditation and CPD. We aim to build a specific community with shared experiences.
Join us for a 6pm start. The session will run for 60 minutes.
Organiser and special guest
This group will be hosted by Andrew Parsons PhD with Special Guest Professor Sarah Corrie.
Professor Sarah Corrie is a Chartered Psychologist, Registered Coaching Psychologist (British Psychological Society) and Consultant Clinical Psychologist. She has extensive experience in delivering coaching and psychological interventions in both public and private sectors and has a national and international profile relating to training and supervision in the fields of coaching, applied psychology and mental health.
In 2016, Sarah was the recipient of the British Psychological Society’s Achievement Award for Distinguished Contributions to Coaching Psychology. She has a particular interest in how coaching can contribute to some of the most challenging issues of our time, including emotional and mental health and how systems can enable the sustained well-being of their workforces.
Sarah is a Founder Member and former Chair of the British Psychological Society's Special Group in Coaching Psychology. She has authored over 80 articles for academic journals, professional journals, and trade magazines, and nine books including, The Art of Inspired Living: Coach Yourself with Positive Psychology, and Supervision in the Psychological Professions: Building your own Personalised Model (co-authored with David Lane and Mary Watts). Amongst her other roles, Sarah is a faculty member of the Professional Development Foundation and a Visiting Professor at both Middlesex University and the University of Suffolk.
This group is free to EMCC UK members, free to non-members for the first three sessions then £8.33 + VAT to non-members thereafter.
For EMCC UK members, please sign in using your login name and password, and register.
For non-EMCC UK members, please create an account to register, your details will only be used for the purposes of event bookings.
You will receive your Zoom login details a day prior to the session, we look forward to seeing you on the day.
Future session dates for your diary
Thursday 24th June 2021 at 6pm - Special Guest Ceylan Thompson on Coaching to empower long-term unemployed adults to take control and facilitate change.