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Lost at sea? - Surviving the waves of the pandemic

February Chapter Meeting
Lost at sea? - Surviving the waves of the pandemic.

I’m inspired to speak about coaching in these uncertain times which can leave us feeling lost as if we have been set adrift on an ocean of uncertainty. The fourth wave of covid we are currently facing has challenged us locally, nationally, and globally, and with it, we are witnessing varying levels of trauma. We are witnessing the world in a way that we have never experienced before. This wave has offered us coaches an opportunity to contribute larger than ever before and learn more about working within a trauma informed lens. There is a choice of what we do with the latest information we are gathering. How do we continue to coach in service of our clients while they feel capsized under strain? Where do we find the resilience to be adaptive to uncertainty? What will we need to hold our clients capable?  We can utilize our knowledge to help heal this wave and prepare for any more that may present themselves in these unprecedented times. Let us explore the tools that we currently have and look at what else may be needed to assist in this current pandemic as we coach clients to clarity and strength in unsettling times.


Learning objectives

1. Participants will be able to understand what Trauma Informed Coaching is.

2. Participants will be able to categorize the three types of Traumas 

3. Participants will be able to identify the parts of the Trauma Brain 

4. Participants will be able to identify what causes trauma

 

Strategies and tools 

1. Participants will reflect, evaluate, and identify the presence of trauma.

2. Participants will learn methods of working with an activated client.

3. Strategies to help your client through pandemic stress

4. The use of Values and Beliefs in working with trauma clients

 

 

Speakers:
Brad Hardie PCC, ECPC, CTP, MPNLP

Brad earned his reputation as one of the best Mentors and Life Coaches due to his  intuitive talent to connect deeply with others in a matter of minutes. He guides his  clients with an interactive process of exploration of thoughts, feelings, and behavior  to solve problems and achieve higher levels of functioning. He uses structural  influence to achieve best result scenarios for growth and advancement and increase  the individual's sense of well-being.

Brad employs a range of techniques based on experiential relationship building, dialogue, communication, and behavioral change to improve clients' mental health and current relationships. Through his practice, Brad continues to contribute to the well-being and self-improvement of numerous individuals and businesses.


Susan Hogarth:

Susan is an intuitive Life and Trauma Informed Coach, committed to uniting people thru their core values and igniting change from within. She has worked with individuals and families who have experienced traumatic events. Susan specializes in the areas of Families in Crisis, Creating Healthy Relationships and Parents of Gifted & At Risk Youth.  Susan has in-depth training in PTSD and trauma and understands both personally and professionally how trauma can impact one’s quality of life. She holds certifications in Coaching with the ICF, Trauma intervention and Introduction to PTSD through McGill University.  Susan is an experienced marriage, family and relationship coach with a consistent track record of successfully helping others learn, grow and develop new skills to reach their desired goals.

   

When:
Tuesday, February 8, 2022, 6:30 PM until 8:15 PM
Where:
Via Zoom

Additional Info:
Category:
Monthly Meeting
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee
$15.00