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Become a Coach

Become a Certified Coach

Definition of a Coach

A Coach is someone who has fulfilled the requirements of a Practitioner and has demonstrated the necessary sensitivity to coach individuals in the Wonder Method. (For group classes Instructor certification is needed.)

Requirements for a Coach

You must have attended a Level II class and an Instructor level I course, or have taken enough Private sessions from a certified Coach or Instructor to be proficient in helping others to understand how to do the work effectively. The number of hours required to do this varies widely but we estimate an additional 6 hours of private sessions. You must also demonstrate the right attitude of a helpful and non-judgmental approach to working with others. As many coaches will be dealing with clients that demonstrate emotional upset, a friendly, open attitude is essential.  
 
There is an annual fee of $300 to be listed on the TWM website as a Coach. A Coach must submit a written record with a minimum of 30 hours of individual sessions with feedback from their clients to the TWM office. You will need to demonstrate your capabilities once every two years in order to maintain your Coach status. There is an additional fee for this. The cost is $60 per evaluation session not to exceed ½ hr.  A Coach or Instructor in good standing with TWM performs the evaluation and keeps the fee. The Coach or Instructor who does the evaluation must submit a written update of the certification renewal to TWM within 5 days of having performed the re-certification.

Download Become a Practitioner in PDF format.
Download the Practitioner Code of Ethics in PDF format

Also see: Become a Practitioner, Become an Instructor

Thought for the Week

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

The Tao te Ching in Stephen Mitchells translation says in #2

When people see some things as beautiful, other things become ugly.  When people see some things as good, other things become bad.

Being and non-being create each other.  

Difficult and easy support each other.  Long and short define each other.

High and low depend on each other.  Before and after follow each other…….

Comparisons, in our lives we tend to compare most everything.  It is how we relate to different experiences and it is what underlies our need to Judge.  While these comparisons have their place, the need to be right or wrong, to justify an action, leads us deeper into drama vs balance.  The art of sensating is what allows us to move beyond the need to be right or wrong, to bypass the mind and enter being.  We invite you to feel the sensations that arise within you, especially when feeling conflict, and to let them change, evolve and in so doing allowing yourself to BE.

~Alain & Jody Herriott

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