Information meeting the 12 th of April 2018:Well-being coach training.
The well-being coach training has been developed to help practitioners from different fields to promote physical, mental, and social health and well-being through a person-centered method.
The person-centered well-being coach certification program has been developed in collaboration between the Center for Well-Being at Washington School of Medicine in St. Louis and the non-profit organization Anthropedia Foundation. The program has been designed to prepare helping professionals for work in the field of preventive health and well-being. The graduates are experts in lifestyle transformation, stress management, and growth in self-awareness. The person-centered well-being coach training addresses calls from world health organizations and governments to change public health promotion strategies to reduce health care costs and to help an aging and longer-living population make informed choices about their own health. People, both sick and healthy, need assistance in changing their lifestyles. The graduates work in a variety of environments: community centers, clinics, hospitals, the fitness industry, corporations, schools, and other health care venues.
A person-centered well-being coach helps individuals become healthy, positive, inspiring, productive and resilient when they face stress and challenges in their lives.
The structure and start of the training
The training starts on the 27th of August 2018 at Blekinge Kompetenscentrum (BKC). The training is concentrated to one full-time week per month and lasts for 12 months. BKC can offer 40 training places for those interested for the self-cost of 60 000 SEK. Payment plans and financial aid are available.
The training is in English and is structured like a study circle with reading of modules about psychiatry, medicine, psychology, philosophy, history, culture, pedagogy, coaching, nutrition, economy, etc. It includes a mixture of teaching methods: didactic learning, experiential learning, personal studies and physical motion.
Qualifications for the training
You must meet AT LEAST ONE of the following requirements:
- Graduate degree in any field (M.A., M.S.W., M.Ed., M.D., M.S., PhD, etc.)
- B.A. plus 5 years experience in counseling, nursing, education, or social work
- B.A. plus 5 years of coaching or PCC/MCC credential from the ICF.
If you are interested in applying but do not meet any of the above requirements, please contact us.
Your application should include: a résumé, including your diploma and a personal letter about why you are interested in the training, your intentions as a coach and your approach to health and well-being.
During the application process you will be contacted for a brief interview.
Send your application including your résumé, diploma and personal letter to:
Deadline for submission is 1/6-2018
All the applicants will get notice by email if their application has gone through the admission process. The admission process contains interviews, references, etc. Personal suitability is of great importance in the application process. The admission is an ongoing process.
You are welcome to join us for an information meeting on the 12th of April at 10.00-12.00 in room Bredrika Bremer at Blekinge Kompetenscentrum, Vårdskolevägen 5, in Karlskrona.
If you want to attend the information meeting, please send us an email at email@example.com
For more information about the training, please visit:
Blekinge kompetenscentrum: http://ltblekinge/valbefinnandecoaching
Center for Well-Being: http://psychobiology.wustl.edu/
Anthropedia Foundation: https://anthropedia.org/
For more information about the training, please contact;
Danilo Garcia; firstname.lastname@example.org
Director Blekinge kompetenscentrum
Ph.D. and docent in Psychology