Life Coaching

The Institute of Therapies Management BCM Unifaculty London WC1N 3XX Great Britain
you can contact us by email at info@therapiesmanagement.org.uk

The Institute of Therapies Management
provides inexpensive professional accreditation to qualified individuals

Coaching, with a professional coach, is the practice of supporting an individual, referred to as the client or mentee or coachee, through the process of achieving a specific personal or professional result.

The structures, models and methodologies of coaching are numerous but are predominantly facilitating in style; that is the coach mainly asks questions and challenges the coachee to find answers from within himself/herself based on their values, preferences and unique perspective.

Coaching is differentiated from therapeutic and counseling disciplines since clients are in most cases considered healthy (ie not sick) and move forward from their present situation. There are a variety of approaches within the coaching methodology.

The UK's Chartered Institute of Personnel Management reports that 51% of companies (sample of 500) 'consider coaching as a key part of learning development' and 'crucial to their strategy', with 90% reporting that they 'use coaching'.

More recent research in 2011 by Qa Research, an independent marketing research agency in the UK, found that 80% of organisations surveyed had used or are now using coaching, but also found that while 90% of organisations with over 2,000 employees had used coaching in the past five years, only 68% of companies with 230500 employees had done the same.

The basic skills of coaching are often developed in managers within organizations specifically to improve their managing and leadership abilities, rather than to apply in formal one-to-one coaching sessions. These skills can also be applied within team meetings and are then akin to the more traditional skills of group facilitation.

There are many people who have an innate ability to be Life Coaches.

Perhaps they are a good listener or a perceptive observer? The key to being a good Life Coach is to know what our strengths are and then build on those strengths.

Membership
and
Accreditation
is only

45 pa

If you are a practising therapist working in the field of Life Coaching and you are seeking additional accreditation or you are studying Life Coaching you can gain a range of accreditation through the Institute of Therapies Management.

The Institute provides a distance learning training programme in Life Coaching which is managed by the College of Management Science internationally.

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