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Webinar on The Coach’s Unconscious Mind, October 16th

Mon, Oct. 16, 2017 18:0019:00

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Webinar on the coach’s unconscious mind, October 16th, 2017

“The influence of the coach’s unconscious mind on the coaching process - discovering the three aspects of self”.

This new webinar for AOCS members and guests will be run by Dr Sandra Wilson - Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst for organisations - precedes her master class also run for AOCS members and guests on 16th November in Edinburgh.

This webinar will introduce participants to the research conducted by Sandra into how the coach’s unconscious mind influences the coaching process.  

During this webinar, Sandra will share the journey of discovery for both the researcher and participants and the emergent data that identifies the coach’s relationship not only with the external parties but also with the different parts of self. 

There will be an explanation of the research process during which the participants travelled from mental activity, reflecting on lived experience, perceptions and events to the exploration of mental process and constructs which are inferred discovered and translated into conscious awareness throughout the research interviews. 

This webinar will be of interest to both coaches and supervisors who want an insight into how the different parts of self emerge in the coaching process. 

How to book: email learning@associationofcoachingsupervisors.com

Webinar date: Monday, 16th October from 18.00 GMT using Zoom (free to members) 

Download flyer here

Sandra runs the International Centre of Business Coaching in St. Andrew's, Scotland: www.icbcoaching.com - and ICBC are organisation members of AOCS: http://associationofcoachingsupervisors.com/gb/find-a-supervisor-public/view/the-international-centre-for-business-coaching

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