Forthcoming Edinburgh Workshops with Professor Stephen Palmer PhD

Enhancing Resilience: A Cognitive Behavioural Approach,​ 21 July, 2016; 0930-1230, Edinburgh, Scotland. Trainer: Prof Stephen Palmer PhD

This skills based workshop will consider the resilience construct and will identify the characteristic strengths associated with resilience. This workshop includes the ABCDEF cognitive behavioural framework for eliciting Resilience Undermining Thoughts (RUTs) and developing Resilience Enhancing Thoughts (RETs).

This workshop will also provide skills practice for practitioners who want to integrate Cognitive Behavioural theory and techniques within their practice. Pre-workshop reading will be emailed as a PDF.


RECOGNITION

The workshop is recognised by the International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) as providing CPD/CPE for its Members. The ISCP is co-sponsoring this workshop therefore members can obtain a reduced delegate rate.

AIM
• To become knowledgeable about enhancing resilience

OBJECTIVES
This skills based workshop will help participants to:


  • Become knowledgeable about what is resilience

  • Identify the characteristic strengths associated with resilience

  • Understand the three C’s of Hardiness

  • Understand the cognitive behavioural coaching approach and its application to enhancing resilience related cognitions, behaviours and emotion

  • Understand and elicit Resilience Undermining Thoughts (RUTs) and thinking errors

  • Develop Resilience Enhancing Thoughts (RETs)

  • Practise the ABCDEF cognitive behavioural model and techniques in relation to enhancing resilience in work or personal domains using the 5 column RET coaching worksheets

  • Use imagery techniques to enhance resilience

  • Create a Resilience Development Plan

 

TRAINER

Prof Stephen Palmer PhD is a Coaching, Counselling and Health Psychologist and APECS Accredited Executive Coach and Supervisor with an interest in resilience. In 2016 he Co-edited (with Gyllensten) six textbooks on Psychological Stress, Resilience and Wellbeing, published by Sage. 

FEES

Resilience workshop: Standard rate £100; Centre alumni & ISCP Members £75

Attending 2 workshops (Resilience; Health & Wellbeing): Standard rate £150; ISCP Members £120

APPLICATION FORM

 Health and Wellbeing Coaching: A Cognitive-Behavioural Approach to enhance health goal achievement; 21 July, 2016; 1400-1700, Edinburgh, Scotland. Trainer: Prof Stephen Palmer PhD CPsychol CBiol

 

Health and wellbeing coaching has become an established area of practice in the UK, Australia and USA. Health coaching has even been offered as a free service within some Primary Care Trusts in the UK. Professional bodies such as the Association for Coaching recognise health coaching as a specialism.

Motivational Interviewing is a mainstay of health-related interventions theoretically underpinned by the Transtheoretical Model of Change. Cognitive behavioural health coaching can help with behaviour change, enhance health goal achievement and also assist in relapse prevention.

Workshop participants will have the opportunity to practise health and wellbeing coaching skills and techniques in pair work or triads.Pre-workshop reading will be emailed as a PDF. The cognitive-behavioural approach will provide a framework and underpin the psychological model of health coaching
covered in this workshop.​

 

RECOGNITION

The workshop is recognised by the International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) as providing CPD/CPE for its Members. The ISCP is co-sponsoring this workshop therefore members can obtain a reduced delegate rate.

AIM

To become knowledgeable about health and wellbeing coaching

OBJECTIVES
This skills based workshop will help participants to:​


  • define health and wellbeing coaching

  • consider the theory, research and practice of health coaching

  • become more knowledgeable about Motivational Interviewing and Transtheoretical Model of Change

  • understand cognitive-behavioural framework in developing an individual health coaching programme

  • become knowledgeable about Health Inhibiting Thinking (HITs) and Health Enhancing Thinking (HETs)

  • practise eliciting HITs and developing HETs

  • gain practice in using the 5 column HETs form

  • become knowledgeable about a range of cognitive, behavioural and imaginal techniques

  • understand and tackle the cognitions that may lead to lapse (relapse)

  • consider how you may integrate health coaching within your coaching or counselling practice

  • reflect upon upon supervision requirements for health and wellbeing coaching


TRAINER

Prof Stephen Palmer PhD is an HCPC Registered Health Psychologist, Chartered Psychologist and Chartered Biologist with a particular interest in health coaching. In addition to his health-related books he has published over 8 articles on health coaching. He had edited or authored 47 books.

FEES

Health & wellbeing workshop: Standard rate £100; Centre alumni & ISCP Members £75

Attending 2 workshops (Resilience; Health & Wellbeing): Standard rate £150; ISCP Members £120

 

APPLICATION FORM

For accredited and approved training in cognitive-behavioural and solution focused coaching,

psychological coaching and coaching psychology

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