CPT Coaching Information Session & Interactive Talk: February 2017

Date & Time 22 February 2017
18:00 - 20:00
Location Cape Town Campus
Cape Town

Join us for the first Information Session and Coaching Talk of 2017. Come and find out more about a career in coaching as well as our coaching courses. Experience an inspiring talk by Dr Svea van der Hoorn.

Svea will offer you some glimpses into what text books, research, ethical codes, definitions of coaching and mental health, and common sense offer coaches to guide themselves as they navigate the territory of clients wanting coaching for or despite their mental health issues.

This talk is guaranteed to give you food for thought, give you a chance to talk with others, and invite you to bring humour and creativity to explore what can seem a very earnest topic.

The programme will be as follows:

6 – 6.30 Arrival and networking

6.30 – 6.45 Overview of The SACAP Coaching Courses

6.45 – 7.30 Interactive Talk by Dr Svea van der Hoorn

7.30 – 8pm Question and Answer session

Available Spaces for this event:  Unlimited

Dr Svea van der Hoorn

Dr Svea van der Hoorn

Bio: Svea holds qualifications and has experience in both psychology and coaching. Some might call her a cross over or border territory professional practitioner. She has a deep curiosity about, and respect for the intricacy of everyday life. Her expertise in Solution-focused Brief Therapy and Coaching has honed her focus on language and communication. Svea holds a doctorate in systemic thinking and adult learning. This offered her the opportunity to extend her exploration of paradox, the counter-intuitive and wicked problems. She trained in adult psychopathology, child psychopathology, and family therapy. When she started coaching in the 1990s, she was perplexed by what she heard: the idea that coaches work with well people, and counsellors/therapists/psychologists work with people with mental health issues.

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