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About the Event
A 90-minute Certification Dialogue will be scheduled at a mutually opportune time for you and two of Lodestar’s coach trainers. The goal is to provide an opportunity for you to solidify your knowledge and understanding of trauma and trauma mitigation coaching, and to demonstrate your skills in applying what you’ve learned.
To help you prepare for the dialogue, we’ll provide a pdf of all of the content slides used throughout the training. We are also available to you for any questions.
The 90-minute dialogue will include:
• 20 minutes for you to present an application of TIPCTM methodologies for an individual client or a team. This should include:
o Context and manifestations of trauma in the client o How you applied/would apply now at least three of the different aspects of the
BRAVE coaching model o Challenges you faced o Impact and outcomes
• 60 minutes for you to share your thinking and responses to your choice of 6 of the questions provided to you (also listed below). This time may include back and forth as we listen and ask curious questions to gain a deeper understanding of how you think and what you’ve learned.
- What is trauma? How do you differentiate it from stress? What makes anevent traumatic? What are some of the ways that trauma manifests? Whatare its possible long-term impacts?
- From a somatic perspective, how does trauma get processed andmanifested in our bodies? What are some ways in which body practicescan be used to process and to mitigate trauma?
- Describe the BRAVE coaching model. Reflecting on the BRAVE model,which of the five aspects do you see as especially powerful? Which are you most skilled at? What are you still working to improve? How are you doing so?
- What is vicarious trauma? How do you deal with vicarious trauma? Whenhas this shown up for you? What are your own resilience practices? Do you have a spotter/peer to help you take notice when you are in need of grounding and care?
- What are two or three neuroscience principle or concepts that you found especially useful when it comes to trauma, its manifestation and its mitigation? How might you share these with others?
- What is it about coaching that makes it uniquely suited to trauma mitigation? What must a coach do to be an effective trauma mitigator? Describe at least three principles and their application in the coaching relationship.
- Coaching and therapy can each be valuable approaches to trauma. What distinctions do you draw between the two disciplines? How do you recognize when a client would benefit from a referral to a therapist? What have you done to ensure you are ready to refer? What might you say to a client, and how would you follow up?
- What is one specific tool, assessment, or technique that you find valuable when coaching around trauma? Share an example of how you have, or could, use this.
- What are some ways in which organizations amplify trauma? What are the elements of a trauma-informed environment? What specific things can you do to create this?
- Create a question of your own that you’d like to answer to highlight your learning about trauma and coaching. How would you respond to your question?
• 10 minutes for closing