207: The Diversified Coach: Make a Great Living Doing What You Love
Do you aspire to be so successful as a coach that you can eventually quit your day job? Making a full-time career out of coaching can be scary, but you CAN turn the seemingly “Impossible” into “I’m Possible!” By discovering your natural strengths, building a platform that meets the deeply felt needs of others, and working smarter instead of harder to market your business, you can turn your passion into far more than just a pass-time!
- Evaluate how to build your life coaching practice around your natural strengths so it all feels like play vs. work
- Identify four distinct ways to build your credibility and create a “bread crumb trail” to your coaching office door
- Develop practical marketing strategies that inspire clients to invest more into the coaching relationship and, therefore, more into their own personal growth
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary One of the key challenges for psychologists and licensed mental health professionals in trauma processing is adequately pacing the work to allow for maximum client functioning, minimizing the risk of suicidality, avoiding...
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary In a clinical setting, mental health professionals often talk about post-traumatic stress symptoms following traumatic life events, but few think about the possibility of post-traumatic growth (PTG)—the positive ways in...
106: Research on Christian Therapies: What You Need to Know to Have a Research-based Practice and Ministry
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary The focus during this workshop will be on: 1) briefly reviewing the research on religion and mental health in Christians, 2) discussing why evidence-based treatments in Christian counseling for psychologists and licensed...
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary Professional coaching is a highly effective and fulfilling engagement. Coaches provide solutions to several broad-based need areas for clients, including career, leadership, relationships, family, marriage, dating, and...
108: The Role of Emotional and Relational Intelligence in Cultivating a Mentally, Emotionally, and Spiritually Healthy Congregation
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary If God’s purpose for us as church leaders, pastors, pastoral counselors, lay counselors, and coaches is to help our people “become conformed to the Image His Son,” then what might that look like? What does it mean to “grow...
201: The Increase in Covert Teenage Suicide Ideation and Self-injury: Practical Ideas for Changing Dynamics
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary Suicide is now the second leading cause of death among teenagers in the United States. Two decades ago, there were obvious signs pointing to an individual’s suicidal ideation. Today, with the prevalence of social media,...