Coaching For Change
7 Ways Trauma Informed Coaching Can Improve Your Client’s Outcomes
In the treatment of clients who have experienced trauma, a coaching framework can support healing and long-term success. In this workshop, clinicians will explore the coaching mindset and tools which produce benefits for clients of all ages.
Calvalyn Day achieved a master’s degree in educational counseling from Indiana University and has practiced as a school counselor in elementary, middle, and high schools in Indiana. She has a unique set of skills that empower her clients to achieve success and life mastery.
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- Moving The Human Spirit Trauma-Informed Coaching Program
- Post-Traumatic Growth Inventory
- ICF International Coaching Federation
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