Helping Clients Set B.I.G Boundaries and Overcome What Gets In the Way

  • Thursday, March 16, 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom Room
  • 3

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March 16, from 12 noon - 1:30 pm PST

Presented by

Jody McCrain, PCC


CCEUs 1.5 Core Competency
Members $15, Non-members $25
Hosted by ICF Washington State

Description of Webinar

“You change for two reasons:  either you learn enough that you want to, or you’ve been hurt enough you have to.” unknown

Jody brings us the ideas of BIG from Dr. Brene’ Brown’s ground breaking works— Daring Greatly and Rising Strong.  It brings clients a reframe around what it means to set boundaries, create connection, develop relationships with integrity, and create a sense of identity and self-worth.

It brings to light how often our clients look for a work around to get to the outcome they desire without the risks they associate with asking for what they want or holding others accountable.    It challenges the ideas of armoring up or numbing up in order to deal with difficult people and situations and explores how to overcome the barriers and struggles clients face when establishing and maintaining boundaries. 

What you will learn:

  • What happens when you as the question “are all people generally doing the best they can at the time?”
  • How to reframe boundaries as a way to create connection rather than separation
  • The role of self-compassion and compassion in getting our needs met
  • The importance of living congruently with our values to develop generosity for others and stand in our own integrity
  • The barriers and struggles our clients encounter when setting and maintaining boundaries.

Core Competency 8 Create Awareness—how we can reframe boundary setting as connection and generosity rather than separation and conflict.

Core Competency 7 Direct Communication the client is continually asked to define and refine “what boundaries need to be in place for this situation” helping the client discover patterns of behavior that inhibit the client from reaching and sustaining the desired goals.

About Jody

Jody is a transformational narrative coach. She completed her coach training at inviteChange in 2010 after a twenty year career in education.  She works with clients to uncover the power of their stories, and the importance of changing the stories to achieve the outcomes they desire.  She completed the Brené Brown National Certified Facilitator Training for The Daring Way™ in 2015.  She served on the ICF Washington State Board of Directors for five years and was President in 2014. She holds a PCC credential from International Coach Federation (ICF).

Visit Jody at her website Pasada Coaching.