Fri, Oct 15 | zoom

Embodying a Coaching Mindset for Social Workers 10.15.21

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Embodying a Coaching Mindset for Social Workers 10.15.21

Time & Location

Oct 15, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

About the Event

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.

Learning Objectives:

· 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

Presenter Bio: Liz Lasky, PhD, LCSW, ACC

Dr. Liz Lasky, PhD, LCSW, is the founder and CEO of The Lasky Institute of Coaching™, The Coach Training Program For Helping Professionals™ and Dr. Liz has a commitment to helping people get what they want in business, life, and love. She is the author the book “Get What You Want”© as well as several peer-reviewed journal articles.

After 15 years of successfully counseling, coaching, and mentoring thousands of people, Dr. Liz came to understand that personal transformation requires not just taking action but a change in mindset that comes from personal growth. She found that coaching expedites these processes.

Dr. Liz Lasky is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (NY State, MSW from Yeshiva University). She holds a PhD from Yeshiva University in Social Welfare. She is also a New York University Certified Coach and holds the International Coach Federation credential of Associate Certified Coach (ACC). She is an adjunct professor at Fordham University. She is a published author (both in peer reviewed academic journals and her own book), a professional expert for Bravo TV, and presents her research on coaching single women internationally, most notably at Harvard University.

She is also a proud Fellow of The Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, Harvard University.

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