Genco Method Neurologic Applications to Coaching©
Traumatic events may influence the autonomic nervous system (ANS) to stay in a constant physiological state that results in fear and defense response to life. This can lead to constant tension and scanning the environment for signs of danger; or a need to withdraw from the external world to recover.
When the nervous system is in self-protection mode, generation feeling of safety, and ability to connect with others are limited as well as the body’s physical response to healing mental and physical wounds since the body functions in the alert mode.
Genco Method Neurologic Applications to Coaching© supports client’s ability to find their way back to desired (resting) state by leveraging the insights both from Polyvagal Theory as well as NLP to the coaching inquiries.
Certified coaches of all kinds would benefit from this course. The course intended to offer deepening coaches’ listening and inquiry in various situations, specifically where the client is challenged with reactive response. The course will offer enhanced tools for the coaches including leadership, life and health scenarios and build further emotional intelligence as well as body-centric inquiries.
Begins June 3, 2022 and is 8 weeks in duration. Fridays, 1.25 hour; Wednesdays, 1.5 hours. 9th week is final presentations, on August 5, 2022.