Mindfulness is a philosophy and state of mind derived from Buddhist faith, but applicable to both multi-faith and non-faith therapy work.
It is being used extensively in private and state provided therapy services as an appropriate way of addressing emotional issues and assisting in the management of long term conditions.
This course provides personal reflection and professional techniques using mindfulness, and relates them closely to the National Occupational Standards for Healing. Further core knowledge lessons provide a sound training in Life Coaching.
Mindfulness and Life Coaching Diploma - Joint Award Diploma issued by Stonebridge Associated Colleges, to view a sample of the college’s award, please click here.
Introduction to the Mindfulness Course
National Occupational Standards - Healing Part 1
An Overview of Providing Healing
Preparation for Healing - Organising
Expectations and “Shoulds”
Basic Relaxation Techniques and Therapies
Assumptions, Possession, Insights, Confusion and Quiet Time
Balance of the Ego
Common Misconceptions and Errors – the Role of the Life Coach
Life Coaching - Advanced Techniques
Anger and Stress Management Coaching
Non-Specific Issues - Various Symptoms of Stress and Related Presentations
Working with Couples or Groups
Autogenic Training in Coaching and Healing
Professional Practice and Responsibilities
- All study materials
- Study Guide
- Full Tutor and Admin support