ICF-Toronto and Adler Graduate Professional School present:
Where Coaching & Therapy Intersect
Panel Talk and Discussion: Monday, November 6th, 6:30 p.m. - 8:15 p.m. (doors open at 6pm)
30 seats available.
Open to ICF-Toronto Members and Affiliates
(For members, CCEUs 1.5 CC & 0.5 RD are available)
Location: Adler Graduate Professional School, 890 Yonge Street, 9th floor, Toronto
Panelists: Adler Faculty
Lydia Roy, BCC, MCC – Director of Training, and Dean of The Faculty of Professional Coaching
Julie Brown, M.S.W. – Dean of Psychotherapy, Co-director of Trauma Psychotherapy Program
Adam Lodzinski, Ph.D. – Dean of Students, Director Transitional Equivalency Program
Annette Smith, M.E.T – Adler Administration, Mental Health Consumer
Moderated by Jo Bennett, ICF-Toronto Director of Membership Engagement
This introductory exploration of the overlap of coaching and therapy is designed to reflect the ICF core competency "Meeting Ethical Guidelines and Professional Standards”. How do coaches a) clearly communicate the distinction between coaching and psychotherapy, b) identify how and when to refer a client to another support professional.
Cookies with coffee and tea provided.
Parking in Canadian Tire across the street – a discounted fee pass will be provided to those who register.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.