Anthony Eldridge-Rogers, Executive Recovery and Wellness Coach and Trainer. Creator of the Meaning Centred Coaching Model (MCC)
A series of 4 online seminars: 60 minute interactive webinars.
Recordings, slides and other resources will be available to all registered.
16 Nov 2020: Principles, Approaches, Tools and Ethics
23 Nov 2020: Coaching Treatment and
30 Nov 2020: Coaching Wellbeing
07 Dec 2020: Integration, Coach Development and Supervision
Members: £85 + VAT
Non-Members including 1-year AC Associate membership: £135 + VAT**
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Integrating Health into Coaching: From Treatment to Recovery and Wellbeing
- both mental and physical - are foundational to our client’s lives.
successful coaching outcomes are built on the foundation of health. Without
good or manageable health people struggle to perform, contribute and flourish.
When ill health
comes, treatment and recovery is needed, and coaches can play a vital role in
these experiences and transitions their clients are going through.
series is a complete ‘mini-course’ that can take participants to a place of
increased confidence and clarity.
Coaches are in an ideal position to be incredibly
useful to their clients and communities at this time.
- Be Allies to our clients in ill-health prevention
- Help with early warning signs of problematic behaviour
and mental health issues
- Use coaching approaches to not only build resilience
but build ‘anti-fragility’ where our clients can become stronger and more
useful as a result of their challenges
In this webinar series you will learn:
The 3 Zones approach to understanding where your clients’ health
How to permanently build mental and physical health foundations into your coaching practice
How to approach coaching with a client in the different
health contexts of treatment, recovery and wellbeing
When to refer a client, bring in other resources, or end
What to say and do when confronted with mental or physical
Coaching tools that support coaching and health
We will also consider key learning points such as:
How to create referral relationships with appropriate
How to manage crises in clients' lives and the coaching relationship
Reframing the way we think about when and how we coach
clients in recovery
Topics and schedule for the webinar series
**Live webinars will take place at 13.00 GMT
Webinar 1: Principles, Approaches, Tools and Ethics
In this session, we will
explore the landscape of wellbeing and the principles, models and tools that
are useful when integrating health, wellbeing, recovery and treatment into a
coaching practice. We will explore meaning-centered coaching as a primary
resource for coaches. We will also identify a multi streams approach to the
concepts of wellness and wellbeing. And finally, we will take a look at ethical
Webinar 2: Coaching Treatment and Recovery
In this next session, we
will focus on the specific context of coaching people when they are either in
treatment, recovery or both. We will look at how the relationship with your
client needs to be redesigned (or contracted) to achieve the most likely
positive outcome. We will look at what to do if there are any setbacks
(sometimes called “relapse”) and how to manage your own responses to the
challenges your clients face.
Webinar 3: Coaching Wellbeing
In our third session, we
will focus on coaching wellness or wellbeing. We will see how this is different
from recovery. We will explore how we manage the boundary between recovery and
wellness. We will look at how we can deepen the wellbeing experience with our
clients and link it with mastery and fulfilment. We will also see how we can
coach clients to create their own wellness matrix that they can use to build
Webinar 4: Integration, Coach Development, and Supervision
In the final webinar, we
will recap and relink, bringing the key principles from the previous webinars
together. We will then explore how these tools and principles can be used to
develop the idea of the ‘well’ coach and how this can help us become more
resilient and develop our own antifragility. We will also look at how to think
about supervision within these frameworks. We will also touch on the importance
of creativity in the process of wellbeing.
Recordings and slides will be made available for all registered participants.
Participants will be asked to prepare in the following way:
Recovery & Wellness Zone assessment
A short video on the
Recovery & Wellness Zone Assessment diagram
Quiz: Can you
spot developing mental health issues in your clients?
Online Quiz: How confident are you coaching a client who needs a recovery or
Come to the webinars with at least one example from your
coaching practice involving health issues (mental or physical) anonymously
is an executive coach, coach trainer and organizational consultant in the area
of human wellbeing and coaching. He has worked with board members, CEO’s, senior management teams and
entrepreneurs as both coach and mentor within the context of recovery, wellness
He set up and runs specialist recovery
and wellness coach training and consultancy, FRC Worldwide and developed the
training programme based on the Meaning Centred Coaching ModelTM
which he developed. He has been championing coaching as an underused resource
to help people with a wide variety of behavioural driven health challenges.
His career has included an extensive
professional background in the media as well as in environmental issues working
with clients such as BBC Worldwide, Naspers, Conde Nast, Polygram, and Carlton TV.
In 2009 he was invited to become a fellow
of The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce
(RSA) and is on the steering group for the RSA Coaching network.
consults with companies internationally as well as presenting at conferences.
He also provides masterclasses for various organizations including Association
for Coaching, EMCC, Henley Business School, Exeter University.
All AC continuous professional development events are good value and offer a special price for AC members.
£85 + VAT
£135 + VAT to gain full access to the series + ONE YEAR Associate Membership with the Association for Coaching
Included in the price:
- 4 x 60-minute interactive
webinars with Anthony Eldridge-Rogers
- Pre and post resources to
explore the concepts and apply your learning
- Recordings of all
webinars and a copy of the slides for your own library
- A Continuous Professional
Development (CPD) Certificate at the end of the series
- One-year Associate
Membership with the Association for Coaching (if you are not already a member)
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