Sunday, October 3, 2010

... life coach certification program in the philippines ... (counselor, psychotherapist, psychologist, psychiatrist)

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The Philippine Society of Life Coaches
#105 Scout Rallos Street, Timog Area, Quezon City
Phone: 415-6529 / 415-7964 Email: philippine.society.of.life.coaches@gmail.com
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Program Title: The PSLC Life Coach Training Program
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Facilitator: Randy Misael S. Dellosa, M.D., Psy.D.
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Class Hours: 3 Weekends: October 23-24; November 13-14; 27-28, 2010; 9am - 5pm
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Venue: University Hotel, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City
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Program Description:
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The PSLC Life Coach Training Program equips participants with the foundational principles, skills, and attitudes needed in helping others make positive changes in their lives.
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The teaching methods used in this training program include lectures, discussions, skills-building activities, video analysis, home assignments, actual practice, supervision, and self-awareness activities.
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The PSLC Life Coach Training Program is unique and superior to other programs because:
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• it is designed by a Filipino for Filipinos, making it consistent with the Filipino mindset, Filipino temperament, and Filipino ways of interaction;
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• it is strongly grounded in both psychological theory and research;
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• it focuses on developing the character/ personality of the Life Coach;
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• it emphasizes strong adherence to ethical guidelines;
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• it is highly interactive and highly experiential with plenty of skills-building activities; and
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• participants receive feedback and supervision from Dr. Randy Dellosa himself, who is a long-time professional, competent, and experienced Life Coach.
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This program is designed for anyone who wants to be a Life Coach, whether it be in a professional or non-professional context. This includes people who want to embark on a new career as a Life Coach, HR practitioners and managers who want to use life coaching skills in an organizational setting, and non-professionals who just want to enhance their relationships and interactions with friends and loved ones.
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The PSLC Life Coach Training Program Outline:
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Module I: Foundations of Life Coaching
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• The Definition of Life Coaching
• History of Life Coaching
• The Personhood of the Life Coach
• The Psychology of the Client

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Module II: Life Coaching and Filipino Psychology
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• Life Coaching and its Filipino Equivalent
• The Client’s Worldview and Sikolohiyang Pilipino
• Sikolohiyang Pilipino and the Life Coaching Process

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Module III: The Process and Competencies of Life Coaching
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• The Consultation Room
• Overview of the Life Coaching Process
• Creating First Impressions and Building Rapport
• Helping the Client Open Up
• Exploring and Understanding the Client’s Problematic Situation
• Focusing on an Issue or Topic
• Identifying What the Client Wants to Achieve from the Sessions
• Creating Strategies and Action Plans
• Closing the Session

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Module IV: The Multiple Roles and Skills of a Life Coach
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• The Life Coach as Consultant
• The Life Coach as Counselor
• The Life Coach as Mentor
• The Life Coach as Trainer
• The Life Coach as Facilitator
• The Life Coach as Mediator

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Module V: The Tasks and Scope of Life Coaching
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• Common Life Problems
• Life Skills for Personality Development
• Themes for Personal Growth

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Module VI: Ethical Considerations in Life Coaching
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• Ethics in Coaching
• The Do’s and Don’ts of Life Coaching
• Working through Ethical Issues and Dilemma
• Referring Clients to Other Professionals
• Informed Consent Form
• The Life Coach’s Referral Network
• Professional Credentialing of Life Coaches

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Module VII: Establishing a Private Practice
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• Maintaining a Stable Income Base
• The Professional Fee
• Answering Phone, SMS, and Email inquiries
• Being a Specialist
• Implementing a Missed Appointment Policy
• Implementing a Phone Consultation Policy
• The Need for Self Promotion
• Networking

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Cost:
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• Fee includes hand-outs, lunch and snacks, a PSLC Life Coach Training Program Certificate of Completion. A Life Coach Practitioner Certificate is awarded to the participant after passing all other requirements.
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For Pre-Registration and Inquiries:
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• Please call 415-6529 or 415-7964.
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Facilitator Profile:
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• Randy Misael S. Dellosa is not only a Life Coach, but a psychotherapist, clinical psychologist, psychiatrist, and a holistic physician as well.
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• In facilitating the PSLC Life Coach Certificate Training Program, he integrates his academic knowledge, clinical insights, and life learnings to help the participants become the best people-helpers they can become.
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• He is a co-founder and current president of the Philippine Society of Life Coaches.
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• To learn more about Randy and his work, please visit www.randydellosa.com.

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2 comments:

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