Success in Bipolar using Coaching & NLP
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Success in Bipolar using Coaching & NLP

Coaching for family, friends and professionals in mental health
4.1 (3 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
13 students enrolled
Created by Louise Trevatt
Last updated 7/2018
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This course includes
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 2 articles
  • 42 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • To understand how coaching with NLP can support people's mental wellness
  • To hear how coaching with NLP has made a significant difference to a person experiencing a mental health crisis
Requirements
  • This course is designed for people who have Coaching or NLP experience. This course is for any Coach or NLP Practitioner who wants hear how Coaching and NLP have been used in coaching whilst an individual is also under the support of the mental health professionals.
Description

Hospitalised twice with psychosis, Joe was in crisis.  Luckily the second time she was admitted, she was a delegate on our programme, learning the art of effective Coaching.

When Joe was discharged she and I began to work together. I shared with her the Coaching and NLP approaches that I believed would make a difference to her mental health and she became stronger and stronger.

Joe is now a graduate of our programme and a highly credible Coach. She now works in the field on mental health, sharing her expertise born from her personal experiences.

This course provides a clear understanding of how that process took place and how Joe became well again, maintaining her mental health.

Coaching and NLP as a combined approach is so hugely effective and how we apply our skills really matters.

NLP is ethical and effective when practiced within the Coaching framework.

The process Joe and I undertook together inspired us and our aim is that it will inspire you too.

Who this course is for:
  • This is designed for the Coach or NLP Practitioner who wants to understand hear a specific case study in how Bipolar can be supported through Coaching and NLP
  • It is also designed for family members who have a loved one who experiences Mental Health Issues.
Course content
Expand all 37 lectures 03:22:03
+ Introduction
9 lectures 43:55

I am delighted to bring this programme to you. 

Here at Simply Changing, we are often asked whether we can coach people who are experiencing mental health unwellness. The question comes from both mental health professionals such as social workers and also people who have mental unwellness in their families.

Our aim with this programme is to open awareness to how resourceful people are who experience mental unwellness and how we can engage with such people person towards their goal of wellness. 

I had the privilege of working with Joe who engaged with me as a Coach and built great strategies using coaching and NLP methodologies. She was focused on her goal of wellness and we worked together with true transparency, exploring coaching and NLP models that would give her great clarity. 

I hope you enjoy this programme and gain much insight from it. 

Louise x

Preview 06:19

You may recognise this Mental Health Continuum or it might be new to you. Its purpose is to help the Coach to know where they might be comfortable in working with a person who is experiencing mental un-wellness. 

Preview 05:44

This lecture explores how a state might manifest as we progress up the continuum.  It will help you determine the best approach for your coaching.

Using the Continuum
02:23

This lecture explores the questions to ask yourself when deciding who to coach. 

Deciding Who to Coach
06:02

This lecture serves as a guide to commonly identified ‘mental health experiences’ and how they may manifest themselves. 

Common Mental Health Experiences
03:13

This lecture will help you to recognise how resourceful a mentaly unwell person is even in when experiencing crisis. 

How Does A Coach Work With Mental Health?
05:51

This lecture provides an understanding of the resourcefulness of a person who is experiencing mental unwellness and what they may go through on the journey to discovering wellness.

The Resourcefulness Of The Person
03:16

This lecture explores the different elements to keeping mentally well.

Keeping Mentally Well
03:38

This lecture provides guidance on how you can ensure safety for both yorself and your coachee during your coaching sessions.

Managing Safety for the Coach and Coachee
07:29
+ Introduction to Joe Roe
4 lectures 31:31

Introducing you to Joe Roe. Joe experiences bipolar. She is a Graduate Coach of Simply Changing and whilst she was undergoing her training with us, she experienced a mental health crisis and was hospitalised. I offered to work with her when she was ready and she very bravely accepted that. Louise coached her and she engaged with the process fully. 

Through her experience of being coached she recovered her health and now specialises in coaching people with bipolar and other manifestations of mental unwellness. 

Joe is an inspiring woman, courageous and intelligent!

Introducing Joe Roe
05:13

In this lecture you will hear Joe talk about managing her wellness.

How Joe Keeps Well
04:25

How Joe recognises the importance of relationships and work in her journey towards wellness.

Work, Relationships and Energy
10:16

Understand how daily rituals help Joe keep a positive frame of mind.

The Importance of Dogs
11:37
+ Joe's Experience of Bipolar
9 lectures 55:13

Joe very courageously tells us of her crisis and how it felt like a psychic experience. 

Joe's Experience of Bipolar, Euphoria and Protection
07:46

For nine days Joe was in a manic episode - she felt fantastic. We hear how Joe now has a great awareness of the impact on her family. 

Joe's Episodes
12:08

Joe speaks about her experience of being admitted to hospital. 

Joe's Experience of Hospital
08:57

Joe speaks about how important activities were for her whilst she was in hospital. She tells us of the availability of resources and how they were different in different hospitals. 

Hospital Activities
05:01

This is what hospital was like for Joe on a daily basis. She noticed how, when she began to clean up the garden, other people did too. A good demonstration of how resourceful people are even when they are very unwell. 

Hospital Gardens and Food
03:23

In one of the hospitals there was a water feature which had been installed in memory of a previous member of staff. It is a patients' insight into the environment that are managed, enhanced or left dormant. 

The Hospital Water Feature
01:12

Joe's experiences of Psychiatrists and their differences and how she managed her relationship with them.

Joe's Psychiatrist and Medication
05:55

A fascinating insight from Joe about how she is managing her medication and it's impact on her. 

Medication and Managing Wellness
01:10
How Joe Protected Herself and Others
09:41
+ The Support That is Available
2 lectures 04:19

Advice from Joe on choosing a GP that will support your process and journey towards mental wellness.

Choosing your Doctor
02:08

An insight into the different types of medication that are used in the treatment of mental illness.

Medication for Mental Illness
02:11
+ What it's Like for the Family
3 lectures 29:30

Hear Louise's own first hand experience of living with a close member of the family who is mentally unwell.

The Impact of Mental Health on the Family
10:45

How you can support a family member who is mentally unwell and awareness of external orgnaisations (UK based) who can be invaluable too.

The Reality of the Support you Get
10:29

Coaching based strategies for helping your family member manage mental wellness.

The Intelligent Coaching Approach
08:16
+ Achieving and Maintaining Mental Wellness
6 lectures 22:11

This lecture provides an understanding of NLP meta programmes and how they became a strong supportive framework in the work that Louise and Joe undertook. 

Meta Programmes
03:36

Joe explains how she became more consciously aware of her 'towards and away from' motivations as a person becoming well.  

Motivation and Unconditional Positive Regard
01:58

Joe explains how she recognises the value of the coaching approach in her experience of becoming well. 

Joe's Experience as a Coachee
01:55

Learn about the coaching and NLP practices that Louise used in coaching Joe.

The Approach to Coaching Joe
06:11

This lecture provides an understanding of the overdone strengths model and how this was used in coaching Joe.

Coaching Joe with the Overdone Strengths Model
04:26

This lecture will give you an understanding of the Convincer Filter meta programme using real life examples and explaining how it was integrated into the coaching for Joe.

Coaching Joe with the Convincer Filter
04:05
+ People Joe Met Along the Way
1 lecture 05:49

These stories demonstrate different situations that arise from mental wellness and show how working towards goals supports wellness.

The people Joe met
05:49
+ Gestures & Gifts that have Meaning
1 lecture 03:32

Read about Joe's experience of how receiving gifts and gestures from other patients helped her during times of fear and confusion.

Meaningful Moments of Connection
03:32
+ Joe as a Coach
1 lecture 02:15

In this lecture Joe talks about the different tools and techniques she now uses as a Coach. 

Joe the Coach and her Client Group
02:15
+ Challenging the Mental Health Paradigm
1 lecture 03:47

Aidan is a man who understands mental unwellness from a first-hand perspective. He challenges the language used by the psychiatric establishment; he is tired of being diagnosed and labelled. He spent many years of his life in the system, receiving what he calls ‘Psychiatric hospitality’ and dealing with the effects of psychiatric drugs.

Meet Aidan Shingler - Artist and Paranoid Schizophrenic
03:47