|Date||26 January 2021|
|Price||£75 + VAT (10% discount to Centre Members, Henley alumni and current students)|
Questions and discussion often dominate coaching. But if actions speak louder than words, why do so many coaches rely on talk to bring about change? In this interactive and experiential masterclass, participants will be introduced to the practice of chairwork: a collection of action-based, experiential interventions, and one of the most powerful methods available to coaches.
This online masterclass will use didactic teaching, self-practice, case examples and live demonstrations to illustrate the principles and processes of chairwork, its core techniques and ways of enhancing coaching practice. Delegates will have a rare opportunity to learn, witness and experience chairwork from the inside out.
Who Should Attend?
This masterclass is suitable for individuals with an interest in coaching (including trainees) or those practising coaching, either professionally or in their current role.
Dr Matthew Pugh
Dr Matthew Pugh is a clinical psychologist, cognitive behavioural psychotherapist, schema therapist, single session therapist and voice dialogue facilitator. He has worked in mental health settings for over 15 years, in both clinical and senior leadership roles.
He is author of Cognitive Behavioural Chairwork: Distinctive Features, the creator of dialogical coaching and co-director of Chairwork. Matthew has trained hundreds of professionals in the use of chairwork.
“I just wanted to say how helpful the chairwork training was. I felt so excited to use it with my first client today. With absolutely no exaggeration, it was the breakthrough moment we needed… So incredibly powerful”Anonymous
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