This two-term certificate offers core and in-depth study of a broad range of theories and human change processes and development. It includes specific coaching skills, tools, and strategies for working with individuals on personal growth, wellness, life, and career planning; and diverse life skills development.
Graduates earn 8 graduate credits toward selected Fielding master’s or doctoral degrees and 125 training hours for International Coach Federation (ICF) certification at the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) or Master Certified Coach (MCC) level certificates. Continuing education hours for the Board Certified Coach (BCC) credential from the Center for Credentialing in Education are offered for those who already have an accredited coaching certificate.
- Earn an ICF accredited certificate in coaching.
- Add coaching skills to your portfolio as a trainer or manager.
- Focus on personal growth and development for specialized populations.
- Receive CCEUs for continuing education as an ICF certificate holder.
Who Is It For?
- Counselors, psychotherapists, social workers, career counselors and ministers/pastors who want to add coaching skills and models to their professional practice
- Individuals working with military personnel and families
- Professionals working with adolescents
- Professionals working with disadvantaged populations or in community service agencies
- Individuals providing training or workshops on relationships and/or communication skills