As professionals who work with clients to overcome distress and/or life challenges, we are able to draw from a range of coaching and therapeutic approaches and modalities to best meet the needs of those we serve. It can however be challenging to design and integrate a multimodality approach and this workshop works with attendees to introduce them to a mixed modality approach. Providing meaningful examples and case studies of successful approaches, attendees will be introduced to a range of modalities, the strengths / weaknesses of each and explore strategies that will allow them to draw from each seamlessly.
Join Dr Suzanne Henwood for this 1-day face-to-face workshop.
We are actively following Ministry of Health Advice relating to COVID-19 levels and our team will contact those registered for events which may have changes in delivery.
Who is Dr Suzanne Henwood
Suzanne started her working life in healthcare – moving from being a practitioner, to educator and to Associate Professor. She has 30 years’ experience of teaching and training at an advanced level and is an NLP Coach and Trainer, a Mindfulness Facilitator, a Havening Practitioner, a Heartmath practitioner and an mBIT Master Coach and Master Trainer, one of only two people in the world to hold both titles (outside one of the developers of mBraining). She has used the tools in her own life, through stress, bullying and a house fire. She is also trained in IDT, ACT, Map of Meaning, Moving on (a licensed bullying recovery programme), Solution Focused Brief Therapy for severe stress and anxiety, Refocussing Counselling and polyvagal informed therapy.
She currently works as a stress and anxiety coach, as well as training coaches globally to take their coaching skills to the Next Level.
22 September, 8.30am registrations, workshop runs 9am - 3.30pm
Venue: Plymouth International
220 Courtenay Street, New Plymouth
There is FREE parking onsite :)