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This webinar will introduce what health coaching is by providing the business case for health coaching, defining it, and helping you define what a health coaching niche could look like for you in your coaching practice. We will also look at our own perceptions and biases to health. This webinar is about laying the foundations for any future work in health coaching you choose to do. As such, in this webinar we won’t have the time to focus on how to get clients or lots of detail around ‘how’ you do health coaching. This webinar is suited to coaches who are interested in working in the niche of health coaching and haven’t yet started to or may have worked a little on an ad-hoc basis and wish to learn more.
- Describe the forms health coaching can take so you can identify which area of health coaching suits your interests, experience, skills and knowledge and further areas for development
- Demonstrate the importance of defining what we mean by health, illness, wellbeing and wellness to your health coaching practice and clients
- Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of your own perceptions and biases regarding health and illness
- Start to demonstrate awareness of societal assumptions and stigmas regarding health and illness
0.5 CCEU Core Competency
1 CCEU Resource Development
Your Speaker: Barbara Babcock, ACC
An ICF credentialed coach, facilitator, and researcher, Barbara supports people to rebuild and renew their lives after a serious health issue. She also works with charities and support groups to help them develop and evaluate coaching and educational initiatives. Barbara holds a Master’s in coaching psychology, where her research focused on evaluating coaching’s impact on the wellbeing of people with neurological conditions and their primary caregivers. She has supported neurologists in the NHS in designing a research study evaluating treatment and care and the psycho-social impact of rare neurological conditions; and was Chair of the Transverse Myelitis Society from 2013 to 2016. Previously Barbara worked in learning and development in professional services in the UK, Central & Eastern Europe and Kazakhstan where she partnered with the business at operational and strategic levels to develop bespoke department and firm-wide interventions.
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