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Person-Centred Coaching for Education Staff
Evidenced-Based approaches: Integrating Executive Functioning, Trauma-informed care, Neurodiversity into Reflective practice.
Person-Centred Coaching training, provides a holistic approach into supporting Neurodiversity and trauma-informed principles.
At Family Pathway, the Person-Centred Coaching model, emphasizes safety, trust, collaboration, positive identity and empowerment, providing individual with choice.
Person-Centred Coaching (PCC) aims: A person-centred approach to connection and access, enabling personal empowerment through fostering a positive personal self-identity. PCC encompasses the different ways we think, act, communicate, move and process information, celebrating the unique strengths and perspectives of individuals with diversity of neurological profiles.
Our Person-Centred Coaching training is aimed at skilling support workers who work with vulnerable and disadvantaged children, young people and adults with disabilities. This training encompasses evidenced-based research by the Sutton Trust, IOE and the Gottman Institute.
The interactive workshops focus on how paraprofessionals can have a positive impact on enabling individuals overcome challenges so that they can engage with the things they need to do, want to do and are expected to do, including environmental challenges. This training enables paraprofessionals to develop the understanding, compassion and connection when working with the wide spectrum of neurological differences and needs within the settings that they work in.
Paraprofessionals are support workers who work with vulnerable children, young people and adults with disability. This includes teaching assistants, youth workers and support workers in education, and care industry.
Person Centred Coaching
This coaching programme is aimed at supporting professionals, including paraprofessionals to enable meaningful engagement with young people who are vulnerable and disadvantaged within their school and local communities.
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