“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humour and some style.”
Career of the Decade
Graduates of the Wholistic Life & Wellness Coach Certificate earn skills to assist others in making life-changing professional, personal and health decisions and choices, using the principles of constitution and elemental structure as a foundation.
Keys to Success
Through modern coaching techniques, as well as traditional philosophies based on Constitutional Medicine, you learn effective and inspiring techniques to assist clients in setting, clarifying and reaching their professional, personal, financial, health and relationship goals while manifesting their life purpose.
This comprehensive program equips you with the tools, skills, knowledge and experience to create effective and empowering stategies for each unique person you work with, creating the catalyst for affecting sustainable and positive change in their lives.
230 hours of comprehensive training over 8 months.
• 24 hours of in-class interactive training processes
•30 hours of live zoom sessions - including supervision •120 hours of case study work, experience & mentorship
•2 hours of pre-homework
•42 hours of peer coaching
•10 hours of reflective assignments
•2 hours - on-line written & practical exam
*All cutting-edge materials included
The Wholistic Life & Wellness Coach Training
focuses on how to better coach and mentor others to greater health, well-being, and personal and professional satisfaction. Coaching is a two-step process of building relationships and setting goals. How well you coach and mentor is related directly to how well you are able to foster a great working relationship with others through understanding them and through strategic goal setting. Once trained, you can use these skills in face-to-face sessions or via phone or email.
Part I: Rules of Engagement
Module One: Defining Coaching, Mentoring, G.R.O.W.
- What is Coaching?
- What is Mentoring?
- Introducing the GROW Model — how to think about coaching/mentoring
Module Two: The Requirements of Trust
- What is Trust?
- Trust and Coaching
- Building Trust
- Providing Feedback
- The Feedback Sandwich
- Providing Constructive Criticism
- Communication Tools
- Paper Work And Processes To Start Working With Your Client
Part II: The Success Approach
Module Three: Preferences and Goal Setting Patterns
- Personal Life Issues and Setting Goals
- Goals in the Context of GROW
- Identifying Appropriate Goal Areas
- The 80/20 Rule
- Type and the MBTI™
- Temperament Theory — A Simplified Version
- Who Am I and Who Are You?
Module Four: The Challenges of Change
- Common Roadblocks for the Coach and the Client
- Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
- The Coach and the Client Act As a Team
- The Journey — Where We Are Is Where We Start
- The Coaching Developmental Process
- Assertiveness Skills — Honouring Parameters
Part III: The Growth Model
Module Five: Establish Goals
- Setting SMART Goals — working with goals and keeping focused
- The Three P's
- BOATLY — Goal-setting Refinements
Module Six: Define the Present Reality
- Getting a Picture of Where You Are — assist your clients in assessing their reality
- Defining the Problem
- Duncker Diagrams
- Defining the Present State and the Desired State
- Creating the Dream Statement — The Vision — The Mental Side
- Identifying the Obstacles — Letting the Critic speak — The Physical Side
Module Seven: Develop Options
- Exploring the Past — explore self-defeating beliefs
- Identifying Paths — now the work begins — The Social-Mental Side
- Choosing Your Final Approach — setting forth a plan
- The Strategic Structured Approach
- Bringing In the Catalyst — The Social-Physical Side
- The BIG Results
- Structuring a Plan — Timing and Planning
- Working With Too Much To Do
- Saying No — Keeping Focused
Module Eight: Wrap Up
- Creating the Final Plan — The LAMA Process
- Identifying the First Step
- Getting Motivated
- Vision Management Tools and Suggestions
Part IV: Insights, Skills & Tools
Module Nine: Transitions
- How to Know When You've Achieved Success
- Transitioning the Coachee
- Wrap it All Up
- The Basic Differences
- Adapting the GROW Model for Mentoring
- Focusing on the Relationship
- Encouraging Growth and Development
- Overcoming Roadblocks
- Re-Evaluating Goals — Focusing on Progress
Module Ten: Coaching Administration Forms
- Information Sheet
- First Set of Questions
- Welcome Letter
- Coaching Agreement
Coaching and mentoring skills, applied with the understanding of personality dynamics, are used to motivate, inspire and engage others to achieve their highest possible expression in their lives, whether personally or professionally, that they might not have thought possible. These skills, when applied in a coaching context, help to increase your staff or client retention dramatically by demonstrating a deep interest in their outcomes.
WHO ARE YOUR CLIENTS?
Basically, you will have a skill set where everyone who has a problem, a frustration, or an issue they wish to address is your client. Anyone who wishes to gain more objectivity or keep on track and focused, whether a staff member, a current client, a colleague, friend, or family member, no whatever what age or stage in life they are at, can benefit. Why? Because you help them stay focused and to address key issues in their life that are holding them back. You help them identify key goals they wish to clarify and act on and then you coach them to goal achievement.
WHO IS THIS FOR?
This training provides the skill-set to assist others in their careers, in their lives to improve their wellness factors, or for managers who wish to improve the well-being factors in their departments. Ideal for Integrative Health Practitioners, Reflexology Therapists, Yoga Teachers, Managers, Massage Therapists & other health-care providers wishing to expand their professional services. By expanding your services, you will improve financially as well as personally from this training.
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DANIELLE GAULT is a Training Facilitation Specialist, Coach & Mentor.
With her great zest for life and learning, Danielle successfully blends her credentials in Psychology and Human Resources Management with her training in the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator©, Neurolinguistic Programming, and Life Coaching along with her training in the natural healing arts such as Yoga and Reflexology, in which she is recognized as one of Canadaâ€™s leading instructors. Danielle has also completed training in Contemplative End of Life Care.
Danielle has conducted workshops for Fortune 500 companies, small businesses and non-profit organizations across Canada and in the United States, New Zealand, Romania, and Greece.
Her first book, Natural to My Soul, is a practical guide of insights and tools for self-knowledge, healing, and health. Her second book, You as an Independent Business Person in the Natural Healing Arts, is a how-to guide for a successful healing-arts business.
As founder of Corporate & Wellness Training Services, Danielle strives to live by her mission to bring out the strengths in people and organizations through process management skills. This is accomplished through personal and professional counseling and consulting services, public seminars, and in-house training programs. Her range of services addresses the whole human system through the mental principle using thinking-based change and transition processes; the social principle through understanding personality diversity, and the physical principle through developing awareness of our limitations, parameters and health and lifestyle issues. She believes that effective interpersonal skills and problem solving processes are crucial for all facets of the human side of business. Her work supports opportunities for people to assume a more active role in the control, direction, and shaping of their destinies.
Danielle has successfully blended her training in the natural healing arts with high-quality personality workshops in team-building, communication, and problem-solving processes. Her strength lies in her belief that the power to shape the future lies in each of us and it is important to find ways and means to tap into this natural intelligence and express the inherent wisdom that each of us has to share.
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