January 9, 2020 - 12:15 pm - 2:00 pm - Queen Anne Public Library
Dr. David Kegley, ACC
1.0 Core Competency and .5 Resource Development CCEUs
Members $10, Non-members $20
Hosted by ICF Washington State
Description of Course
When cancer strikes it touches everyone – cancer patients, survivors, caregivers and support teams. Rarely do we have a personal reference for how to relate to the experience. Everyone's a first timer, with lots of uncertainty and fear.
How does anyone deal with such a life's set-back, without losing their sense of hope?
In this instructive and experiential session, Cancer Journey coach, David Kegley, will introduce new tools and concepts that help clients traverse the challenging treatment phase and transition back into their life while gaining a new or renewed sense of empowerment and clarity that's beyond the physical support.
Just being part of this experience will not only help you learn how to help people who suddenly find themselves bewildered and struggle to get present with you but also see your own life from a new perspective regardless of your current context.
What you will learn:
1. Develop a way to help clients see a crisis in the larger context of a journey.
2. Use a simple navigational tool to walk with your client through their ups and downs.
3. Get to know your coaching colleagues in a fun and meaningful way.
4. Practice a unique way to engage ICF core competencies.
5. Gain confidence to coach clients when they hit major set-backs in life.
Core Competencies: Active Listening, Powerful Questioning, Creating Awareness, Planning and Goal SettingAbout Dr. David Kegley, ACC
Dr. David Kegley, ACC, is a leadership, cancer, and conflict coach. His career spans 27 years, most of which have been spent as a Pastor and Head of Staff in the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. He holds a Doctorate in Ministry from McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago. And since 2016 he’s become a certified coach and mediator. He completed his coaching training at The Newfield Network, has a Senior Mediator certification with the Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County, and is also a Certified Cancer Journey Coach through The Cancer Journey Institute. Among David’s favorite coaching clients are his cancer patients, survivors, and those who support them. They bring a growing awareness of what is really important in life and an eagerness to dive in and tackle deep and relevant transformations. David also coaches pastors who hold leadership roles in congregations. Find more about David at drkegley.com.