Did you know that the CDC (U.S. Center for Disease Control) research shows in 2022 that upwards of 50% of the adult population will be diagnosed with some form of mental illness during their lifetime? In any given year, statistics indicate that 20% of the population suffers from a mental health challenge. In the wake of the pandemic, these numbers have increased exponentially. In light of this situation, the IOC is excited to be introducing a new asynchronous course designed to help coaches become more knowledgeable in this crucial area of well-being: mental health.
How can we help our clients thrive in a post-covid world of disruption and stress?
A special kick-off event in anticipation of the release of our new course, this webinar will bring a panel of mental health experts and coaches together in discussion around why mental health is so important for today's coaches, asking: what do coaches need to know in domains such as depression, addiction, anxiety and more in order to be effective?
A highly interactive event, our panelists will share research and case studies in multiple mental health domains — and engage in lively discussion with the audience. Our goal is not to turn coaches into therapists, but to help coaches in all disciplines — career, wellness, leadership, positive psychology, etc — become more comfortable in recognizing and supporting clients who may be suffering with mental health challenges.
Learn more about our debut asynchronous course, Mental Health Literacy for Coaches here. This course is a must for all coaches, no matter your field of expertise. Coaches will learn what is outside the ethical boundaries of coaching, and new information about mental health issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, bipolar disorder.
Course access includes:
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