Psychodynamic Coaching with MCC Julia Rogers
When and where?
This month our guest is ICF Master-Certified Coach, trainer and supervisor Julia Rogers. I’ve known Julia for a while now and I was struck by her love for Freud and psychodynamics. Traditionally placed in the therapy space, we’ve been talking a fair bit about how these concepts show up in the coaching room and so I can’t wait to finally see her in action with a client.
Bio & Approach:
Julia is an ICF Master-Certified Coach (MCC) and qualified coaching supervisor with degrees in Communication Studies and Psychoanalysis.
Julia views both coaching and supervision through a psychodynamics lens and she feels that this is a vastly untapped resource for coaches and supervisors alike. It is part of her mission to bring Freud and other theorists into the world of coaching in order to allow for coaches to use key psychodynamic concepts and theories to unlock deeper levels of understanding and awareness for their clients.
Next to her private practice, Julia is the Coach Training Director at Optimus Coach Academy, a leading UK based ICF provider of Level One and Level Two accredited coach training programmes to students across the world. Julia trains, mentors and assesses students, and provides group supervision for alumni, and she has written and delivers CCE courses accredited by the ICF – mainly relating to how the fields of psychodynamics and coaching can be linked.
Julia held a variety of leadership positions throughout her career and she’s been working with executives from both profit and non-profit sectors across multi-industry backgrounds. Her supervision clients range from internal coaches working in large multinational organisations, to independent practitioners.
Your host and facilitator for this Lab is Yannick Jacob, professional coach, trainer and supervisor with over a decade of experience. Yannick is a published coaching author, teaching faculty at Cambridge University, Course Director of the acclaimed ACIC and former Programme Leader of the MSc Coaching Psychology at the University of East London.
To join this Lab
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