The Post-Graduate Certificate in Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching
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Are you a coach? Do you want to…
- Gain a solid grounding in the basic skills, principles and models of coaching
- Become certified as a coach with an academic qualification and professional accreditation
- Embed your learning through plenty of practice in a safe environment
- Build psychological mindedness and developmental awareness
- Work on your own personal development and emotional mastery
- Explore and experience the field of psychospiritual psychology
The Post-Graduate Certificate in Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching gives you all this in a six month, part-time course.
The programme starts with the Fundamentals of Psychosynthesis (4 days), followed by five 3-day training workshops (Friday-Sunday), held over five months.
These are supported by guided and self-directed learning activities, including reading, self-reflection, journal writing, peer-coaching, tutor supervision and a written paper.
What is the PGCPLC?
The Post-Graduate Certificate in Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching is a six month, part-time course that gives you the core skills, principles, models, strategies and tools needed to practice successfully as a leadership or executive coach. The programme provides both the thorough professional underpinning you need to be an exceptional leadership coach, as well as support and guidance for the personal development and inner work that will enable you to work at a deeper level with your clients.
This is an evolutionary programme that goes beyond conventional performance and behaviourally oriented approaches. Aimed at internal and external coaches, both experienced and those new to the role.
Psychosynthesis is a powerful coaching psychology that can help us connect with our inner resources, activate the will, strengthen our sense of self and develop our capacity for being in right relationship with others. It gives coaches a context, method and techniques for helping leaders meet the personal and human challenges of complex organisational change. It provides an accessible grammar for transforming organisations through activating principles of wholeness and purpose.
This six-month Certificate course will also be highly practical, experiential and focused on giving new coaches the basic skills they need and more experienced coaches an opportunity to integrate their learning.
The PGCPLC is a qualification in its own right that can also lead to Professional Membership of APECS (the UK’s leading professional body for executive coaches), and will feed directly into the MA in Psychosynthesis Psychology applied to Leadership Coaching, for those wishing to continue their development.
What are the Key Programme Elements?
1. Fundamentals of Psychosynthesis
9 – 12 November
25 – 28 January 2019
Students who are new to Psychosynthesis start by attending the Fundamentals of Psychosynthesis course, in order to gain a grounding in the underlying psychological approach and to build their own context for personal development.
2. Five month professional development programme (*study period to PGC award 10-12 months):
Programme 1: 18-20 Sept, 16-18 Oct, 13-15 Nov, 11-13 Dec, 8-10 Jan 2016 (Now completed)
Programme 2: 16 – 18 Sept 2016, 14 – 16 Oct, 18 – 20 Nov, 16 – 18 Dec, 13 – 15 Jan 2017 (Now completed)
Programme 3: 17 – 19 Feb 2017, 17 – 19 Mar, 21 – 23 Apr, 19 – 21 May, 09 – 11 Jun (Now completed)
Programme 4: 15 – 17 Sept 2017, 13 – 15 Oct, 10 – 12 Nov, 8 – 10 Dec, 12 – 14 Jan 2018 (Now completed)
Programme 5: 16 – 18 Feb 2018, 16 – 18 Mar, 20 – 22 Apr, 18 -20 May, 15 – 17 Jun (now completed)
Programme 6: 215 – 17 Feb 2019, 15 – 17 Mar, 12 – 14 Apr, 17 -19 May, 14 – 16 Jun (now taking applications)
Programme 7: 20 – 22 Sept 2019, 18 – 20 Oct, 15 – 17 Nov, 13 – 15 Dec, 17 – 19 Jan 2020
Overview of programme: PGCPLCcourseOverview
Each programme is limited to 12 participants
The venue for Programme 6 course workshops is: Unit 2 Bridge Wharf, 156 Caledonian Road, London N1 9UU
Core learning elements:
1: Foundations of Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching – basics of psychosynthesis coaching; context, method, models, skills and tools
2: Agendas in Leadership Coaching – the organisational and leadership context; working with inner and outer agendas, including purpose, meaning, values and crisis
3: Coaching Psychology – working at three psychological levels with the client; prepersonal, personal and transpersonal
4: Leadership Development – coaching interventions, working with mindsets and subpersonalities; introduction to leadership development
5: Challenges of Leadership Coaching – 5DL: Five Dimensions of Leadership, our model of inner leader development; introduction to systemic coaching and constellations; practical, personal and professional challenges of coaching.
The agendas or issues that leaders bring to coaching have both outer and inner dimensions. Working with your clients on the inner dimension requires psycho-spiritual awareness, which we help you develop on this course.
What does it cost?
Additional fees, where applicable:
University of Middlesex registration: £750, payable directly to the Institute of Psychosynthesis
Fundamentals of Psychosynthesis: £350, payable directly to the Institute of Psychosynthesis
Individual coaching supervision if required: £50 per session
Psychosynthesis Coaching has been set up by two experienced coaches and psychosynthesis practitioners, Aubyn Howard and Paul Elliott.
To download our two page summary leaflet about the Post-Graduate Certificate in Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching, please click here:
Or for the longer four page brochure click here:
How do I renrol?
Please complete and submit our on-line application form here
For more information please contact:
Aubyn Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org and on 07801861416
or Paul Elliott at email@example.com and on 07967302971
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