MentorCoach Training & Certification Programs


Using coaching skills grounded in social science research and deploying--as much as is currently possible--evidence-based interventions

  • Proven individual coaching techniques to help your clients achieve centrally important professional and personal goals and to reach their full potential

  • Grounded in social science research

  • Teaching--as much as is currently possible--evidence-based interventions.

  • Theories of coaching

  • How to handle the first phone call with a potential client

  • What to charge--now and later

  • How to use the Intake session to tailor your coaching to your client's needs

  • Step-by-step how to work with your new client during the first month

  • Working with indivdual clients over the entire course of the coaching relationship

  • Dealing with resistance (ambivalence)

  • Prochaska's Transtheoretical Theory of Change

  • Dealing with ruptures

  • Homework and accountability

  • Demonstrations of key coaching skills by your instructor

  • Weekly practice. Each week you are paired with a fellow student to practice, by phone, specific coaching skills. This gives you real-time practice and helps you to connect with every other student in your class.


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Currently Available Classes:

MCP 218* Wednesdays
31 Wednesdays
8:00 pm - 8:59 pm Eastern (New York Time)
All Time Zones
BONUS CLASS Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Starts Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Stephen Coxsey, LPC, PCC

MCP 219* Tuesdays
31 Tuesdays
12:00 pm - 12:59 pm Eastern (New York Time)
All Time Zones
Starts Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Kevin Handley, PhD, PCC

*About the acronyms. While all Foundations courses have identical content, each one is numbered differently. MCP stands for MentorCoach Program. The first Foundations course we offered was “MCP 1”. The second was “MCP 2”, and so on. Thus if a Foundations course were called “MCP 300”, it would refer to the 300th cohort of students who had gone through the Foundations program.

*About the scheduling. A new Foundations course begins each month of the year, generally during the last week of the month. The time of the class alternates between day and evening times. So, for example, let’s assume that in Month 1 the Foundations class is at 12:00 pm Eastern. In Month 2, the next Foundations class would then be at 8:00 pm Eastern. In Month 3, the next Foundations class would then be at 12:00 pm Eastern, etc.

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