Looking for an exciting step forward in your career? MentorCoach has helped hundreds of helping professionals transform their practices – practitioners like Carol Solomon, Ph.D., who was pleased to report, “I have built a thriving coaching practice in less than a year… It has changed my life!”
That’s because MentorCoach builds on what you already know, as D’Arcy Vanderpool, MA discovered. Darcy writes that the MentorCoach coach training program gave her “. . .the chance to see how much I really knew about coaching and how much I actually did coaching in my clinical practice.”
Put the benefits of the MentorCoach Training Program to work for you:
- Master individual and group coaching skills.
- Earn 31 weeks of CEUs.
- Develop marketing skills congruent with your values.
- Learn effective ethics and risk management strategies.
- Enjoy the rich support of your instructors and colleagues.
- Join our ICF Accredited Coach Training Program
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Scott Howard, JD, CEC, PCC
Scott Howard is an ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC), a Certified MentorCoach (CMC) and a Certified Executive Coach (CEC) providing leadership and executive coaching services from his office in Baltimore, Maryland.
He is an extraordinary teacher who consistently receives exceptionally positive reviews from his students. As one wrote last spring, “Without a doubt—Scott is the most gifted, caring and inspiring teacher I have ever had.”
Scott also serves as MentorCoach Director of Learning and with CEO Anne Durand provides leadership to the trainer team and to every aspect of the MentorCoach learning community.
In a previous life, Scott was a Commander in the United States Coast Guard with 20 years of experience leading individuals and groups in professional and personal development. He has specialized experience in advising and counseling senior leaders. Scott used coaching techniques throughout his military career and has leveraged a combination of expertise, intuition and empowerment to bring out the best in team members and instill confidence to overcome leadership and technical challenges.
Scott loves coaching and is passionate about helping clients create actionable plans, move forward and achieve desired outcomes. He’s worked with private, non-profit, academic, and military and government professionals. Coaching entrepreneurs, he’s helped them establish a better life balance and avoid burnout. He’s coached small business owners to broaden their perspectives, get unstuck, and move their business in new directions. Scott has coached executives and senior managers transitioning between roles, careers and preparing for increased responsibilities. His coaching expertise has helped clients enhance their leadership skills, improve communications, catalyze teams and increase effectiveness in the workplace.
Scott finds that almost all coaching relationships end up including personal and life coaching elements. Thus he has been very comfortable and successful in mentoring students who want to focus on personal or life coaching.
Though no longer active as a lawyer, Scott is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and Maryland. As a military judge advocate, he served as a prosecutor, defense attorney, and a command advice attorney to several operational and support units where his duties included advising flag officers and senior civilian officials on sensitive legal, administrative, and ethical matters.
He is an ICF Professional Certified Coach, a Certified MentorCoach and a Certified Executive Coach providing leadership and executive coaching services from his office in Baltimore, Maryland. His clients include executives, lawyers, small business owners, entrepreneurs, and many others interested in achieving their personal and professional best. Scott is married to a wonderful man, also named Scott, and they have two amazing sons. Scott loves the outdoors, spending time with family and his dogs, and being near the water. You can visit his website at: scotthowardcoaching.com.
A Conversation with Scott Howard, JD, CEC, PCC
Scott is a gifted coach and an exceptional coach trainer. Hear him talk about his coaching specialty, what he finds inspirational about coaching, what he loves about teaching and the future of coaching as he sees it–as well as what he does for recreation and what he’s reading right now! (17 mins.) Listen here or download mp3 here.
MCP CLASS & TUITION PLAN SELECTION
(Note: Dollar amounts below reflect the $350 one-time, End-of-Summer SPECIAL discount for this course. This discount cannot be combined with any other current promotions or discounts.)
There are three ways to pay your MCP 224 Foundations Tuition
- Payment in full $1,645 (Regularly $1,995). Your credit card will be debited in the amount of $1645 immediately upon enrollment.
- Three bi-monthly payments of $663 (regularly $750). Your credit card will be debited in the amount of $663 immediately upon enrollment and two additional bi-monthly payments of $663 (for a total of three payments of $663 which equals a total of $1989 (regularly $2250).
- Eight monthly payments of $251 (regularly $295). Your credit card will be debited in the amount of $251 immediately upon enrollment and $251 on that date in each of the next seven months (for a total of eight monthly payments of $251 which equals $2008 (regularly $2360).
PLUS – you may choose to Add Continuing Education Credits for an additional $75 (included in your initial payment). Continuing Education Credits are relevant only to licensed mental health professionals in the US who wish to receive them. There is no charge for ICF Coach Continuing Education.
Choose the payment option you prefer.
(Clicking a payment link will take you directly to the payment form. After payment you will be directed to an information form to provide additional details relevant to your participation in the program)
Cancellation Policy: You may cancel your enrollment at any time before the second one-hour teleclass and receive a full refund. You are responsible for the full tuition amount if you do not cancel your enrollment before the beginning of the second one-hour teleclass.