Coaching in Context as Tool for School-based Practice
- Are you suddenly, or maybe for many months now providing virtual services and wondering how to foster progress in this medium?
- Are you wondering how to give recommendations that are more readily implemented?
- Are you interested in more effective ways to provide consultative services?
- Have you heard of Coaching but wondering what it is all about?
- Or maybe you are just looking for a new tool for your toolbox?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, please join us for a 3-hour introductory workshop about coaching as a tool for school-based practice.
Coaching is a conversation-based approach to help your students and/or their caregivers identify solutions to make progress towards their goals. Coaching can be a stand-alone approach or infused within other approaches within your practice. Come learn more in this 3-hour interactive workshop!
Date and Time: Next Date and Time to be Determined Soon!
Location: Online via Zoom
At the end of this session, participants will be able to…
- Explain the role of coaching within school-base practice
- Use the basic elements of coaching to engage colleagues, students and parents in identifying effective strategies to make progress toward students’ goals.
- Role of coaching in school-based practice
- Coaching principles
- Elements of coaching: Connect, Barrier/Bridges, Plan
- Coaching tools: reflective questioning and active constructive responding
Marie-Christine Potvin, PhD, OTR/L is an occupational therapist with more than 20 years of clinical experience in pediatric in various settings and states. She is an experienced instructor who has taught courses and workshops related to interprofessional pediatric topics. Her primary research interests are two folds, one related to the empowerment of children, youth and young adults with disability and their parents to reach their own participation goals, the other related to employing effective teaching-learning strategies. She has published 13 peer-reviewed articles, three professional magazine articles and a book chapter.
MJ Mulcahey, PhD, OTR/L is an occupational therapist over 30 years of experience in clinical care, research and education. Dr. Mulcahey has studied coaching as a complimentary approach to support persons living with and affected by chronic conditions. She has completed formal training in coaching and is a certified competent coach and certified Health Coach. She is currently completing a certification in Positive Psychology Coaching. Dr. Mulcahey has extramural and intramural grant funding to examine the feasibility and outcomes of coaching persons with and affected by chronic conditions such as spinal cord injury, stroke, autism, and developmental disabilities. Her interest in coaching is catalyzed by a belief in persons’ capacity to live a great life, despite health conditions.
Nicole Gerhardt, MS, OTR/L, is an occupational therapist and clinical research coordinator, who manages multi-center research studies and assists with the development of outcome and fidelity measures. She is a certified competent coach, and is presently enrolled in master coach training, focused on positive psychology. In addition to coordinating coaching studies, Nicole is currently acting as a coach for a research study assessing the feasibility of “Health Coaching-in-Context” for caregivers of individuals with acute stroke. Her clinical experience, both past and current, primarily consists of pediatric inpatient rehabilitation, ranging from orthopedic and neurologic conditions to oncology, and post-acute adult neuro-rehabilitation, with a focus on community reintegration following an acquired brain injury.
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The zoom link will be sent 60 minutes prior to the start of the course.