Event date: 1/13/2022 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Export event
NASWMN Chapter
/ Categories: Online, Ethics, Supervision

Embodying A Coaching Mindset for Social Workers

Open to social workers from all practice areas and experiences!

Thursday, January 13, 2022

9:00-11:00 a.m. CST via Zoom

Presenter: Dr. Liz Lasky, Ph.D., LCSW, ACC

2 CEUs - may be counted as clinical or supervision

 

Coaching is one of the fastest ways to improve client-centered care. Are you interested in coaching but want to do it ethically? Are you ready to expand your skills and keep up with current trends to meet client needs? A foundation of being a good coach is being able to embody a coaching mindset. This workshop will teach you how to cultivate a coaching mindset by teaching you exactly what coaching is, how it is different from therapy, and how to bridge coaching and social work.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Define and differentiate between therapy and coaching
  • Define and differentiate a coaching mindset from other helping professional mindsets
  • Explore and identify their own mindset as a social worker
  • Explore and begin to shape their own mindset as a coach as the groundwork to incorporate coaching into their social work practice
  • Begin to explore bridging coaching and social work

 

About the Presenter
Dr. Liz Lasky, PhD, LCSW, ACC is a social worker and certified coach. She is an expert at teaching helping professionals how to coach in an ethical and evidence-based way. She is the founder and lead educator of The Coach Training Program For Helping Professionals™. She believes that coaching is the fastest way to improve client-centered care. She is a published author, a professional expert for Bravo TV, and presents her academic research on coaching, most notably at Harvard University. She is a proud Fellow of The Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, Harvard University.

 

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