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Engaging the Values, Beliefs and Faith of Service Users
Fri 6 January 2017, 09:00 – 13:00 GMT
This training event has been designed to help participants engage the faith* of service users as a means of human and social capital in their journeys of change. It is suitable for people working, or wanting to work with individuals with behaviours which are difficult for them or their communities including addiction, antisocial or offending behaviour. The sessions include:
Identity - How can faith contribute to notions of identity.
Reconciliation - How can faith contribute to a sense of belonging.
Creativity and Spirituality - Engaging service users in their own sense of individuality.
Personal Resilience - How can faith be engaged to sustain clients in the tough times?
Participants who undertake the session will be eligible to apply for student membership of the Association for Coaching through the Metanoeo Academy at a cost of £40. They may also undertake the further three modules at £40 each, plus a one of payment of £75 for guild membership and student membership of the Association for Coaching, to complete the Metanoeo Accredited Award in Community Coaching to become a professional life coach. Participants who undertake only this module will receive a free copy of the workbook by the same titile whoch includes additional sessions on:
Purposeful Journeying - How can faith be engaged to support a sense of purpose and direction?
Practising Hopefully - What does it mean to take a hopeful approach to working with people?
*In this training faith is defined as including any belief, religion, spirituality or humanism which helps a person in their journey of change.