XF Coaching is joining forces with Insync Support to offer you coach certification and CEs
What in Insync Support?
We recognize that therapy and a personal coach are important, and sometimes both are even essential when Executive Functioning deficits are concerned. And so we combined them into a new method of support called Insync Support. It's there that we bring together psychologists, therapists and coaches to work in sync as a fortified team to help you grow to your full potential.
This is an accredited, specialty life coaching and counseling style designed to help clients develop life skills to improve their daily lives and achieve their goals. It is a solution-focused, hands-on approach to working with people facing the challenges of living with executive functioning deficits.
More and more people today are interested in developing a life coaching practice, or utilizing life coaching techniques in their already existing counseling practice. Whether you want to become a life coach, or want to add a new and valuable set of tools and interventions to your therapy practice, you will reap the rewards of helping others to live a more manageable, effective and fulfilling life.
We are not another just another life coach program!
Many life-coach training programs out there today are turn-key operations that offer a one-size-fits-all approach. And what they teach is not a counseling model! They offer a quick and often expensive way to call oneself a life coach. Our training program is unique in that it combines both counseling and coaching methods in a complete package. We designed our style to assist our clients with a direct, motivational approach that can stand alone, or be used as an valuable adjunct to traditional psychotherapy.
Earn CEUs with Insync Support
Unlike other life coach training programs, we are associated with and offer continuing education units (CEUs) through the following organizations:
What is our executive functioning coaching/counseling model?
Insync Support (IS) coaching is akin to offering clients a "frontal-lobe, mobile handy-person" to help them resolve their life challenges. The IS coach helps clients to develop systems and execute actions that make their lives more manageable, effective and successful. The client with executive functioning (EF) deficits needs hands-on help with the execution of actions they want or need to take, but cannot do despite their efforts. Chronic, unresolved EF deficits deduct from one's ability manage common daily tasks, and to act effectively in one's own interest.
Who most benefits from Insync Support?
The Insync Support life coaching approach is particularly valuable in assisting clients with tasks that are essential to managing daily life. People struggling with EF deficits may need help with such daily tasks as organizing their home or workspace, time management, making medical appointments, paying bills on time, designing accountability systems for doing academic work, or writing and sending out resumes. The list is endless and varies from person to person.
While friends and family may want to help, is it unlikely that they will be have the level of availability and consistency needed. And much as they may want to, they may not know how to help their loved ones with the challenges they face. An Insync Support coach creates interventions and action plans for all areas of EF deficits, and gives people the availability, consistency and trained, professional intervention and support they may need.
Those experiencing executive functioning deficits usually blame themselves for not being able to “keep up,” and are ashamed and puzzled about why life is so hard for them. The Insync Support coach assesses and addresses the EF deficit areas that are the foundation of their struggles, and in doing so, helps empower clients to feel competent and successful in their lives.
What is the Insync Support coach's role?
The coach acts like a compass, guiding and directing a client’s time and energy to maximize their progress to their desired outcome. S/he is part detective, part cheerleader, part motivator, and part organizer, and acts in these roles with the goal of promoting structure and organization in the client’s life.
The effectiveness of the Insync Support coach is based on the coach’s expertise and training in identifying which specific areas of EF skills require assistance, and creating the appropriate interventions for that client's particular challenges and needs. Our Insync Support training program offers effective methods to help people struggling with EF deficits to live successful and fulfilling lives.