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Masterclass: The Science at the Heart of Coaching

07 September 2020 - 08 September 2020 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
London
This event is open to BPS members and the general public. Registration is required. See Pricing Tab for more information.
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Registration deadline: 1 September

This applied neuroscience Masterclass needs no prior knowledge of the brain or biology. 

These two days are designed to give working Coaches the basics for them to begin to incorporate 21st century understandings of how the brain works into their own professional knowledge and skill base.

British Psychological Society
30 Tabernacle Street
London
EC2A 4UE

Event Location: 

Speaker:

Professor Paul Brown

Learning outcomes:

1. Understanding how the brain works - structure, function and connectivity.
2 Gaining a working knowledge of 'the emotions' and how they drive behaviour.
3. Working on the implications of seeing human beings as primarily energy systems rather than psychological systems.
4. Acquiring some familiarity with a structured method of enquiry to see what the world looks like through the client’s eyes.

Professor Jonathan Passmore will chair the programme of events. 

SGCP Members £192
BPS Members £228
Non members £270

All prices are inclusive of VAT

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Registration information

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