Where do we draw the line? The fields of coaching and therapy have much in common. Yet we're hesitant to encroach on the other field, or acknowledge the value and commonalities between the two. If we learn more about the space where coaching and therapy meet, we can break down the taboos and coach more effectively.
The goal of this presentation is to introduce coaches to Alfred Adler and illustrate why Adler is called "the Father of Coaching" - by drawing parallels between the pillars of his theories and all of today's coaching and psychology's currents and movements. Participants will explore Adler's Individual Psychology, and understands how and why it relates and matters to coaching. This talk is both theoretical AND practical, as there will be practical/experiential exercises for people to "feel" the experience of Adlerian coaching.
Competencies: Meeting ethical guidelines and professional standards Establishing the coaching agreement Co-creating the relationship Direct communication
CCEUs will be available for this program: 1.25 Core Competencies Credits will be issued.
Pascale Brady, CPCC, PCC, MBA, founder and President of Global Life Coaching LLC, is The Challenge Coach ©.
Pascale is a professional certified life, business and mentor Coach, a consultant, and a trainer/speaker with 30+ years of professional experience, both in the corporate world and as an entrepreneur.
After 12 years as an international sales and marketing executive, Pascale was certified as a coach with CTI and founded her company Global Life Coaching in 2005.
In addition to coaching, Pascale is an intercultural trainer, a certified Adlerian parent educator, a wellness/mindfulness trainer, and a sought-after speaker especially on the topics of Courage and Resilience. She recently joined the faculty at Adler, a University in Toronto, to teach their Coaching Curriculum internationally.
She is French, German, American and Adlerian and works fluently in all four languages! Pascale is also a widow and the proud mom of two young adult women.
Pascale is passionate about helping her clients transform their challenges into growth and success, because "pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional"