10-12 UK Time
Online Webinar + recording available for 28 days after
Presenters: Dr. Joe Oliver & Jon Hill
Early Bird Rate: £35 ( £42 inc. VAT)
You can still access the recording even if you are not able to make the live event
The world of coaching has come a long way in a short time. Good coaches are continually trying to enhance their skillset and find new ways of getting great results for their clients. And, in an increasingly professionalised and regulated industry, it’s no longer enough to just state that coaching works – we need to be able to demonstrate how it works.
Acceptance and Commitment Coaching (ACC) is an exciting, new model of coaching, drawing on the principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). A clear, flexible, and evidence-based approach to behaviour change, it has the potential to take your coaching practice to the next level.
Do you sometimes find yourself hitting a brick wall with certain clients? Do you find yourself getting drawn into futile attempts to help your clients change or control their thoughts and feelings? Do you want to help your clients develop the skills to take bold, values-based action, not just occasionally, but on an ongoing basis? ACC could be exactly what you are looking for.
Drawing on their new book Acceptance and Commitment Coaching: Distinctive Features, Joe and Jon will introduce you to how you can use the core skills of mindfulness and values-based action to help your clients make truly transformative change.
In this workshop you will:
About your presenters:
Jon Hill is a corporate trainer and executive coach, and the founder of Blueprint Coaching and Training Ltd., working with companies around the world to improve resilience, wellbeing and psychological flexibility.
Dr. Joe Oliver is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and founder of Contextual Consulting, the leading provider of ACT training in the United Kingdom. He has working for over 20 years as a practicing psychologist and is currently a course director at University College London. He also runs a busy London-based private practice, offering ACT coaching and consultations.
Early Bird rate: £35 + VAT (£42 including VAT) ends 28th June
Standard rate: £45 (£54 including VAT) from 29th June
How do I access the webinar?
It’s super simple. All you need to do is follow a link that you will be provided prior to the course, along with instructions. Just click and join the workshop – no need to download any software. The system has been designed to be 100% accessible.
Can I ask questions during the presentation?
Absolutely. You will be able to ask the presenter questions, just as you would in any workshop. You’ll also have the extra benefit of being able to interact with other colleagues who have also joined the webinar.
Will I receive a CPD certificate?
Can I view the presentation afterwards?
Yes, a video of presentation will be available to you for up to 28 days after the workshop is finished. You’ll be able to go back over any part of the webinar to review or check anything that you missed. You also don’t actually have to attend the live webinar – if you’re not able to make it on the actual dates, you can still login afterwards and watch the recorded version.
What equipment do I need?
You just need a computer (PC or Mac), laptop or tablet that can access the internet. You need a good broadband speed that would allow you to comfortably stream a movie (such as a video on YouTube).
Can I still participate in any skills practice work?
Yes, we have a special portal in the system to allow you to connect with other participants joining via the Webinar.
Will the Webinar work on my computer?
Yes! As long as you have access to a web browser and you’re connected to the internet, you will be able to attend. It’s that simple – all you need to do is go to the webpage link, login and you’re set to go. You can join the workshop on any device including your home computer or iPad. You can even join in using your smart phone.
How do I deal with any technical issues that come up?
We will have dedicated technicians on hand throughout the entire duration of the workshop. They will be there to help you manage any issues that may come up and get you back in to the workshop again. Also, if you think there may be a problem, be it with your work access or anything else, you can log in early to check if things are working for you, and be prepared.
There may of course be technical issues that come up on your end, which will be your responsibility to look after. But these are rare and we have an extra handy troubleshooting guide that comes with tips and tricks to deal with any problems.
This content was originally published here.