Advanced Clinical Coaching Training – Module 3C

MA Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching

Diploma in Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching

The challenge for leaders today in an increasingly complex and changing environment is to become more authentic to themselves and to the people they work with. Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching provides a context for working with the realisation and expression of the Self within the context of leading self, others and systems. To ‘hold’ and support leaders in this way requires a depth of psychological training and psychospiritual awareness, combined with advanced coaching skills.

Module 3C is the Coaching Module which provides this coach training and development, leading to Professional Coach Accreditation with EMCC alongside an Institute diploma award in Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching. Module 3C follows on from Module 2C Coaching Skills Training option, after which students begin coaching practice with group supervision at the end of Module 2.

With the addition of a Coaching Thesis, students can gain an MA in Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching award, which is quality assured by Middlesex University.

 Module 3C can also be attended as a standalone course by previous Institute graduates or current counselling students, leading to an Institute Diploma in Psychosynthesis Coaching (this replaces the previously offered Diploma in 5DL Coaching).

Module 3C Course Seminars Overview

The psychosynthesis leadership coaching seminars are:

1: Foundations of psychosynthesis coaching (3 days) – the foundations of psychosynthesis coaching: principles and context, approach and method, models and skills, including Trifocal Vision and the Six Session Model.

2: Coaching psychology (3 days) – the evolution of psychology within coaching; the model of psychospiritual development; working at three psychological levels: prepersonal, personal and transpersonal; in three psychological spaces: coach, client and coaching spaces

3: Coaching interventions (3 days) – intervention theory and Heron’s six-category intervention analysis; somatic experience in coaching; working with mindsets and subpersonalities as psychosynthesis coaches

4: Leadership and organisational systems (2 days) – the leadership context; working with inner and outer agendas, including purpose and meaning, crisis and change; introduction to organisational systems, systemic coaching and constellations

5: Leadership development (2 days) – introduction to leadership development; horizontal, vertical and inner development; 5DL – Five Dimensions of Leadership, our model of inner leader development; interventions, tools and resources to support leader development

6: Professional practice (2 days) – practical, personal and professional challenges of coaching; finding your professional identity and building your practice.

The psychosynthesis psychology seminars are; 

PT7a Triphasic Model (2 days)

Course Aims: the Triphasic Model developed by Joan Evans (1995) provides an illuminative, diagnostic framework for psychospiritual psychology. Here we identify and explore the three dimensions of consciousness: the prepersonal, the personal and the transpersonal; to enable students to deepen their understanding of psychosynthesis as a context. 

CT6a Transference and Countertransference (2 days). 

Course Aims: to deepen the notions of transference and countertransference and understand theoretically the importance of transference and countertransference in the containment of the psychotherapeutic setting and practically consider ways of working with these dynamics in the client setting.

M3C Course Duration

Nine months part-time minimum commitment. 

MA Programme Duration 

For the MA in Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching, the Coaching Thesis module is required which can take place alongside or over the year following Module 3C. 

Inclusive of Modules 1, 2 and 2C, the MA in Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching involves a total minimum time commitment of 2.5 years.

Entry Requirements for the Module 3C and MA Coaching Thesis Module

Successful Completion of Modules 1, 2 (Core Training)  and 2C (Coaching Skills Training)

More Information

Please contact Aubyn Howard, Director of Coaching, for more information on all the coaching pathways, options and outcomes or to arrange a one-to-one zoom conversation.

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