MentorCoach deeply supports its coaches-in-training with the latest, evidence-based methods that respect and honor real clients, practically grounded in the decades of experience of its trainers. The students it attracts are exceptional and exemplary people who care passionately about creating a better world.
MentorCoach provides the highest quality coach training available anywhere. The quality of instruction, as well as the rigor of the requirements for certification, is a strong preparation for a vital coaching practice. If you bring the ability and the devotion, MentorCoach will provide the training you need.
MentorCoach is more than a coach training school. It is a community of caring, supportive, skilled and knowledgeable professionals. As a student of MentorCoach you become part of a wonderful family.
MentorCoach leads the field in coach training, with their integration of ground-breaking positive psychology discoveries into the practice of coaching. As an executive coach with a global practice, I always count on MentorCoach to keep me up to speed on the most important developments in the field.
I cannot imagine a better training experience than that provided by MentorCoach. The quality of the instruction is superb. The positive psychology emphasis and the opportunities to learn from leaders in the field are unparalleled. Probably the most valuable part of the training for me was my supervision experience with Anne Durand. I credit the quality of my work with the modeling and training that she provided. There are many coach training programs in the world but MentorCoach is unique in terms of the opportunity to expand both the depth and breadth of your skills. And staying connected to the community and taking the Master Classes that are not offered anywhere else has enabled me to enrich my skills and continue to learn and grow.
MentorCoach provides an outstanding learning experience in coaching and positive psychology. Courses are taught by highly skilled professionals, many of whom are luminaries in their field. The environment is intellectually stimulating, and the information is up-to-date in terms of both research and practice. I had some very fine professors when I was in graduate training in psychology, yet I can truly say that some of the best teachers I’ve ever had were at MentorCoach. And the community is caring and supportive, with opportunities for ongoing learning and continuing relationships.
When reflecting on my long-term involvement with the MentorCoach Community and Training Program, I realize and appreciate so many things that have enriched my career as a coach and psychologist. Along with the wide network of friends and colleagues that I’ve gained, is the unexpected learning opportunities that are unique to MentorCoach. Not only are there on-going, in depth classes to choose from but the free monthly interviews highlighting current research from the best universities in the United States and around the world help me keep my skills and deepen my knowledge base. MentorCoach is without peer in the coach training field. Nowhere else can you find this level of excellence and ongoing learning and training!
I coached for several years without a clear understanding of the differences between coaching, counseling and consulting. MentorCoach training helped me see clear boundaries between these disciplines. More importantly the training provided me with a rich set of positive psychology-based coaching skills and ample opportunity to practice those skills with other members of the community. I’m grateful to MentorCoach for enabling me to experience the deep satisfaction of helping clients achieve their goals.
Whether preparing a one-on-one coaching session or planning a weekend retreat for Veterans, rarely a day goes by that I’m not using tools learned in MentorCoach training.
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*About the acronyms. While all Foundations courses have identical content, each one is numbered differently. MCP stands for MentorCoach Program. The first Foundations course we offered was “MCP 1”. The second was “MCP 2”, and so on. Thus if a Foundations course were called “MCP 300”, it would refer to the 300th cohort of students who had gone through the Foundations program.
*About the scheduling. A new Foundations course begins each month of the year, generally during the last week of the month. The time of the class alternates between day and evening times. So, for example, let’s assume that in Month 1 the Foundations class is at 12:00 pm Eastern. In Month 2, the next Foundations class would then be at 8:00 pm Eastern. In Month 3, the next Foundations class would then be at 12:00 pm Eastern, etc.