“From Prevalence to Proactivity” What Coaches Need to Know about Substance Abuse

$20.00

This webinar covers the great aspects of goal setting, what the research says about it, best practices and how you might approach goal setting in the future. 
Success is goals, and all else is commentary.” It is a statement from Brian Tracy, coach and motivational speaker. He says that goals give us power, purpose and direction. They bring out our best.
As coaches, we know they are important. In fact, without goals as part of the conversation, it’s not coaching that we’re doing. Certified Professional Coach and Coach Trainer, Tony Stoltzfus says that the coaching conversation is goal-driven and always, always focused around a specific change objective. Okay, the second “always” is mine.
That said, how do we structure this important part of the coaching process? Are you more comfortable using SMART goals with clients or do you like the FAST method? Perhaps a softer approach? Are your own goals fun to achieve?

If our goals are not supporting the answer to the ultimate question of “What do we really, really, really want to do with our lives?”, we are just pushing around activities. We want to pay attention to the things that matter the most.

This program qualifies for 1.0 ICHWC CE Credit. A Certificate can be obtained in the resources center for $10 after purchasing the training, completing it, and submitting the evaluation.

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If you’ve been watching the news, you’ve heard reports of the growing substance abuse and prescription drug problems we are facing in communities across the nation. You know that addiction does not discriminate. This means that no matter the environment in which you are coaching, it is entirely plausible that you may encounter a client with a substance abuse problem, whether their own or a relation’s. Our next session explores this important topic.
As stated by the NBHWC, it is important for coaches to know that self-medicating behaviors are common in clients. A friend or family member’s substance abuse problem may also hinder a client’s progress toward their own vision for health and wellbeing. Think relationships on the wheel or compass of health.
Learn more by watching this HWC Connections Call. You’ll meet Richard Jones, an extraordinary advocate for changing the trajectory of this worldwide issue. Rich is the CEO of Faces and Voices in Recovery, an expert in addiction and is shifting how we talk and what we do about addiction.
You will come away knowing more about what is being done – both conventionally and unconventionally in corporate and healthcare settings – to shift the trend, you’ll reacquaint yourself with how and when to make appropriate referrals, and, on the lighter side, you’ll learn about coaching a client who has disclosed he or she is living a sober lifestyle.

This program qualifies for 1.0 ICHWC CE Credit. A Certificate can be obtained in the resources center for $10 after purchasing the training, completing it, and submitting the evaluation.