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Self-regulation training for coaches

Vietta E. Wilson

Self-regulation training for coaches

by Vietta E. Wilson

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Published by Bedford College of HigherEducation in Bedford .
Written in English


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StatementVietta E.Wilson and Evelyn I.Bird.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13745810M

Using brain science and focusing on both the inner (sensations, images, feelings) and outer worlds (location, safety of that environment), strategies are thoughtfully introduced to promote self-regulation, positive connection and ultimately academic and social readiness to succeed. Course consists of reading and test. CEs included. If you’ve ever looked at a child who is crying, moping, hiding, fearful, hurting or otherwise lost in a big emotion and thought, “Now what,” this book is for you. Helping My Feeling Buddies is brilliant in its simplicity as it coaches adults and children in the exact words .

The prestigious Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) designation is the most rigorous and respected in the industry. Accredited with the International Coach Federation (ICF), our Co-Active coach training program has been called the “gold standard” of coaching by the Institute of Coaching, a Harvard Medical School affiliate that has linked the four cornerstones of the Co-Active. Responding to Dysregulation and Teaching Self-Regulation. When children are angry and dysregulated, parents may also feel angry and out-of-control and may respond by yelling, criticizing, or spanking. At these times, Time Out can provide time and space for the parent, as well as the child, to self-regulate.

Self Regulation and Emotional Intelligence. Emotional intelligence consists of four basic capabilities, or domains. These are: Self Awareness; Self Regulation (this page) Social Awareness; Relationship Management; This page focuses on self regulation - the ability to choose how we think, how we feel, and the actions we take. This is the second. Coaching started in sports as games developed with ever more complicated rules and performance expectations. Coaches emerged who taught the game, structured training, gave feedback, and otherwise assisted people to do better. In the early s, a young tennis coach named W. Timothy Gallwey wrote an extremely influential book, The.


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