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Coaching at the Point of Contact

Coaching at the Point of Contact:
A Gestalt Approach

April 11, 2018


This workshop offers a deep dive into the exploration of coaching at the point of contact; the point where growth occurs. Using the contact model developed by the presenter and tested for the last thirty years, the workshop will create a frame of reference for contact that coaches can use to increase the quality and level of contact with their client. The model explores the impact of presence and vulnerability on contact. Understanding these two dimensions and their inter-relationship deepens the coach's understanding and skill in making impactful contact with the client and enabling the client to expand his/her capacity to make impactful contact with self and others.

This workshop is designed for coaches and all levels of mental health professions. May also be relevant for managers and human resource professionals.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, you will be able to:

Tuition: $345.00
Early Bird: $300.00 (before 3/23/2018) - use promo code: poc
Package Deal: Add Making Contact in the Here and Now to your Cart, enter promo code package at checkout and receive $50.00 off each.

Continuing Coach Education (CCE): 7.5 GPCC™ CCEs (4.5 Core Competency ICF CCEs, 3 Resource Development ICF CCEs)

Location: Gestalt Institute of Cleveland


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Previous Comments

"The model is an amazingly useful lens through which to track not just my client, but also myself. I am curious to see how it plays out in my relationships at home."
-- Chris R.

"This was an exceptional learning experience. What a treat to experience this model with the creator of the work."

To sit in a room with other coaches and experience the points of contact with them was invaluable."
-- Olga P.

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