Resilience is your ability to adapt and bounce back when things don’t go as planned. As a resilience coach, you form partnerships with clients to optimize health and well-being through developing and sustaining positive mindsets. You help your clients enhance their self-motivation and self-regulation and assist to lever strengths, navigate the journey of change, and build psychological resources.
WHO THE COURSE IS FOR
The Certificate in Resilience Coaching is suitable for anyone who wants to know more about resilience. Please note this course is designed to provide the underpinning theory of resilience coaching and doesn’t include any skills development. The course carries 1 CPD point for each hour of study and can be used as a stepping stone to further training.
HOW THE CERTIFICATE IS DELIVERED
The Certificate in Resilience Coaching is taken over one year through supported distance learning. You can complete the course quicker if you choose. Features of distance learning include:
Complementary Medical Association (CMA)
Wellness Professionals at Work is a recognized and authorized course provider of CMA. This course carries CPD points (1 point for every hour of study or skills development). Following successful completion of the course, you are eligible for full membership.
National Council of Psychotherapists (NCP)
The NCP is one of the longest established and prestigious societies of its type in the UK and enjoys an international reputation. Wellness Professionals at Work is an accredited provider of CPD with the NCP. Each hour of this course counts towards CPD points. You are eligible to join the NCP as a student member when you begin the course. At course completion, you can apply for full membership as long as you fulfil membership criteria.
Association for Coaching (AC)
Wellness Professionals at Work is an organizational and training provider member of the AC and is committed to the ethical development of coaching as a profession. Our coaching-related training is in line with the Association’s Code of Ethics and Good Practice. Upon successful completion of this course and subject to fulfilling AC criteria for membership, graduates can apply for membership of the AC.
3-to-1 ratio of positive to negative – Leveraging challenges as opportunities – Developing flexibility – Learning from experience – Making connections for your support – Making connections to support others – Taking decisive actions – Looking for opportunities for self-discovery – Nurturing a positive view of yourself – Maintaining a hopeful outlook – Taking care of yourself – Being proactive – Heart stuff – Humour – You’re a survivor not a victim – The ‘question thinking’ method of problem-solving
Psychoneuroimmunology timeline (PNI) – PNI and the immune-brain loop – Definitions of stress – Signs of stress – General Adaptation Syndrome – Positive and negative effects of stress – Acute and chronic stress – Human Function Curve model of stress – Other conditions which have the same symptoms as stress – Causes of stress – Who is at risk of stress – Change and stress – The brain’s response to acute stress – Stress effects on the immune system
Differences between coaching, counselling and mentoring – AC Coaching Competency Framework – AC Code of Ethics and Good Practice – How people learn – GROW Model – Other coaching models – Facilitating coaching sessions – Showing attention and interest – Using exploration skills – Showing understanding skills – Using action skills – Change management – Coaching management: supervision, record keeping, confidentiality, insurance, data protection
Defining cognitive behavioural coaching – The 8-step process to using CBC in coaching – Step 1: Setting the Scene for CBC – Step 2: Problem Identification – Step 3: Goal Selection – Step 4: Choices & Consequences – Step 5: Exploration of Faulty Thinking – Step 6: Decision-Making & Action Planning – Step 7: Implementation – Step 8: Evaluation
Stages of change in managing behaviour – Emotional intelligence – Exposure Therapy – Goal setting – Conflict management – Nurturing yourself – Social support – Creativity
Meditation – PMR – Breathing – Biofeedback – Mindbody techniques – Journaling – Visualisation – Guided imagery
Time management – Environmental resilience – Sleep – Exercise/activity – Smoking cessation – Complementary therapies – Nutrition and diet – Talking therapies – Creating and implementing a health and wellbeing programme
Defining self-esteem – Self acceptance – Defining confidence – Language of assertiveness – Values and rights – How to respond assertively – relationship and communication skills – networking – making meaningful connections with others –giving and receiving kindness
Defining mindfulness – Physiological influence of mindfulness – Mindfulness in daily living – The link between wellbeing and human spirituality – Personal Meaning Profile – Coping Schemas Inventory – Making each day meaningful
Anxiety management – Managing challenge – Personal control – Temporary V permanent
Problem-solving – goal setting – Action planning – Creating a resilience development plan
Chronic illness e.g. diabetes – Stress-related health conditions e.g. high blood pressure – Emotional problems – relationship issues – Major life changes e.g. bereavement – Family stress e.g. parenting or caregiving – Social issues e.g. environment, low income, isolation, discrimination, or sexual orientation – Post-traumatic stress after facing a life-threatening or traumatic event – Divorce or separation – Change in financial state – Changes in personal habits e.g. stopping smoking – Experiencing prejudice or discrimination – Lack of friends or support – time pressures – Moving home – Difficulties with neighbours – Living with someone with an alcohol, drug problem or other addiction – Studying
Redundancy – Work-life balance – Lack of control regarding work roles – Lack of support – Difficult colleagues – Unrealistic deadlines and expectations – Technology overload – Unmanageable workloads – Lack of involvement in decision-making – Lack of influence over performance targets – Lack of time – Aggressive management style – Lack of support from others – Isolation at work – Aversive behaviour e.g. bullying and harassment – Lack of understanding and leadership – Others not pulling their weight – Others take credit for personal achievements – Job insecurity – Long hours – Unsocial hours – Excessive travel – Work interfering with home/personal life – Inadequate training/resources to do the job – Primary interventions – Secondary interventions – Tertiary interventions
Each module has guided reading plus a 1000 word assignment.
UPGRADE: After successful completion of this course, you can upgrade to the Diploma in Resilience Coaching or the Integrated Diploma in Resilience and Wellness Coaching.
Your fee of £699 includes:
UK postal charges are included in the above costs. International postage will incur additional costs. Please email Laurel on firstname.lastname@example.org for additional cost.
You can pay by bank transfer or online.
- Pay in FULL in advance.
- Pay an initial £399 upon enrolment plus two standing order instalments of £150.
TWO STEPS TO ENROL ON THE CERTIFICATE IN RESILIENCE COACHING
1 Send an email informing of your payment to email@example.com and you will be emailed across an enrolment form to complete and return.
2 Pay online here or contact Laurel to make a bank transfer arrangement