THESE SESSIONS ARE ONLY OPEN TO HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS WORKING IN CAMDEN.
For more information or to apply for a place,please email:
ASAP indicating yourneighbourhood and set of dates.
This two half-day workshop will give you the opportunity to learn howcoaching can assist your clinical work. It will support you to enablepatients with chronic illnesses and/or lifestyle related health conditions tomake the real changes they will value. The workshop will be led by two experienced health coaching trainers, one of whom is also a clinician.
The two half-day Coaching for Health course will cover:
l An introduction to a coaching approach for behavioural change l Coaching skills for building openness, trust and willingness l Frameworks for structuring brief health coaching interventions l Setting effective goals with patients that encourage self-care l Patient-centred care planning techniques l Working with barriers and resistance to change (cognitive, emotional, behavioural) l The principles and skills of effective challenging, without breaking rapport l When and how to use coaching in different settings and in limited consultation times.
This is a 2 x half-day course. Timing is 09.30 – 13.00 for both sessions. There is no charge for these courses.
What is Coaching for Health?
A coaching approach enables healthcare professionals toempower their patients to take ownership of their health goalsand, by working together, develop the commitment to achievingthem. Studies have shown that this collaborative approachincreases the likelihood of positive behavioural and lifestylechanges, producing more effective patient self-management,particularly in long-term conditions.
Who is it for?
Doctorsl Nursesl Physiotherapistsl Pharmacistsl Healthcare Assistantsl Allied Health Professionalsl others in supervisory or advisory roles
This course has been run for over a 1,500 healthcare professionalsover the last seven years. Three months after the training, well over50% of those evaluated indicated that they were regularly using theskills with patients, and under 1% stated that they never used them.97% indicated they would recommend the course to a colleague.