Recently, the practice of coaching children and teens has grown more popular as a way of helping youth to: create action steps for personal and academic goals, deal with challenging issues, and obtain guidance and support as they increase their awareness and knowledge about their own lives and future directions. The program is geared to a broad range of professionals, such as mental health professionals, educators, career, guidance, and pastoral counselors, healthcare providers, camp counselors, and other professionals who work with children and teens.
The coaching Children & Teens program is offered at Pease in Portsmouth and in Manchester and is designed for professionals who wish to obtain knowledge and practical skills in coaching the population of children and teens. You will learn the principles of the coaching process, examine cases and share experiences, participate in discussion and exercises focusing on coaching tools and techniques, and develop strategies to coach children and teens to recognize their unique strengths as well as develop abilities to deal with challenges and issues that face this generation.
Certificate requires completion of two "required" workshops and three "elective" workshops within a two year period.
To enroll in the Coaching Children & Teens Certificate program, add the "CCT Certificate Enrollment fee" to your cart at checkout when signing up for any of the elective workshops. (An additional one-time $50 fee.)
Fall 2018 Certificate Workshop Schedule:
Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and Suicide | Nov. 2 | Portsmouth
Certificate Workshops Currently Unavailable - Spring 2019 Schedule Announced Soon!
Disclaimer: NH state law does not require licensing to coach children. This certificate is an educational program - not a licensing program. Successful completion is based on attendance at the required sessions. Those who successfully complete the program will receive a certificate of completion. Successful completion does not meet any licensing or regulatory requirements and does not entail any special status, rights, duties, or privileges.