* You have now the opportunity to participate free of charge at the first hour of the two hours "Introduction to Cognitive-Behavioral Coaching" webinar. Register in the following form using the IACBC promo code: https://www.iacbc.org/windy-dryden-webinar-promotion-code/ *
In accordance with the mission of International Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Coaching (IACBC) to advance the growth and dissemination of the science and practice of evidence-based coaching, we are pleased to invite you to participate in our certification program in Cognitive-Behavioral Coaching based on a series of 11 webinars. See the Full Program description here: http://iacbc.org/webinar-windy-dryden/
The first webinar, Introduction to CBC, will help you better understand what cognitive-behavioral coaching is about, the types and particularities of coaching together with the characteristics and differences from other coaching interventions. Professional standards will also be discussed and the certification program components. See the Full description here: http://iacbc.org/webinar-windy-dryden-2/
The program and introductory webinar will be presented by Dr. Windy Dryden, Professor at the University of London and world-wide known expert in cognitive-behavioral coaching. He is an international authority in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and cognitive-behavioral coaching (CBC) and is the Honorary Vice President of the International Society for Coaching Psychology. He has worked in the helping professions for more than 40 years and is the author and editor of over 215 books, among which the first book on Rational Emotive Behavioral Coaching: Life coaching - A cognitive behavioral approach, Very Brief Cognitive Behavioral Coaching and many more.
You can find out more details about the workshop on our website: http://iacbc.org/webinar-windy-dryden-2/
and register/pay at: https://www.iacbc.org/training-fees/.
13.00 to 15.00 (GMT);
14.00 to 16:00 (CET);
15.00 to 17.00 (EET).
We are looking forward to guide you in your journey as certified coach!