Putting Mindfulness in Motion

  • Wednesday, September 13, 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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September 13, 2017,  12 noon - 1:30 pm PST
Presented by

David Drake, Ph.D.



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

Description of Webinar

The art of creating real change in real time through coaching!

What if change has more to do with deepening our presence in the moment than developing plans and goals? This webinar provides an introduction to attachment theory and applied mindfulness as resources you can use in your coaching. These two bodies of work are at the core of narrative coaching and free us to work with more grace and more power. As a result, we can stop trying so hard to make things happen in coaching and focus instead on being courageously human with those we coach. Searching inside ourselves is no longer enough; we need to put mindfulness in motion if we are to address the issues we face. 

What you will learn:

The session will include two of the simple practices Dr Drake has developed to bring this work to life. In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The four attachment outcomes and their implications for working with adults
  • The four types of moments in coaching and their role in bringing about change
  • The four phases of applied mindfulness and their use in the coaching process

About David

Dr. David Drake founded and runs the Center for Narrative Coaching & Design in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is the founder of the field of narrative coaching and Director of the Center. He has worked with 70 organizations to achieve their change and coaching objectives, He has taught coaching to over 10,000 leaders, managers & professionals in 16 countries. David earned his PhD in Human and Organizational Development from Fielding Graduate University in California. He is the author of over 50 publications on narratives and coaching, and he was the lead editor of The Philosophy and Practice of Coaching (2008, Jossey-Bass). He is the author of Narrative Coaching: Bringing New Stories to Life (CNC Press, 2015) and the co-editor of SAGE Handbook of Coaching (Sage, 2016). He is a Thought Leader for the Institute of Coaching affiliated with Harvard Medical School. Visit his website.