Relationship Coach Training

Training Course Overview

The coaching is mainly aimed at life partners, but the work is also relevant to relationships with ex-partners, children, family, friends and work colleagues.

Help your client to gain clarity on their relationship. This might mean recognising the part they have played in creating it and being clear if they are willing to work to change it or if they no longer want to do this.

The Course

Help your client to gain clarity on their relationship. This might mean recognising the part they have played in creating it and being clear if they are willing to work to change it or if they no longer want to do this.

Teach your client techniques that will support them to :

  • Remain calm and ‘adult’ in stressful situations
  • Feel empowered, clear and able to express wants and needs effectively
  • Listen to their partner to develop trust and a mutually respectful relationship
  • Respect the wants and needs of others
  • Empower others
  • And, when appropriate, accept that a relationship has ended in its current form
  • 10 one day workshops
  • 5 teaching clinics
  • An Absolute manual with scripts of the techniques
  • 10 one to one supervision sessions
  • Email support
  • A route to accreditation as an Absolute specialist

Work as part of a team and maintain good relationships with other professionals who will form your client support network

Recognise and share with your client when they would be best supported by another professional and refer them on in a timely way.

Have insurance, professional membership and a licence to practice the tools you will need in the role of relationship coach

Commit to ongoing CPD including regular person-centred supervision

Abide by Absolute specialist’s ethics and code of conduct