Can Cognitive Behavioural Group-Coaching (CBC), frequently used on promising executives to increase leadership skills, be used with Secondary School students to optimise performance and reduce patterns of procrastination? The answer to that is yes, it can!
CBC is an extremely effective and evidence-based method for reducing unhelpful perfectionism, procrastination and performance anxiety often seen in students, thus leading to enhanced performance and well-being.
Given the pressure to achieve that our students face, would you like the teachers at your school to be trained in the principles of CBC and how to use it effectively with outstanding results in this highly practical one-day course?
The research behind evidence-based CBC – a whistle-stop tour
Having the right mindset: focusing on future opportunities, not past mistakes
What are self-handicapping behaviours in our students? Identifying key traits
Back to Socratic questions and empirical testing: usefulness, evidence, logic
Reshaping ANTs (Automatic Negative Thoughts) and turning PITs into PETs (Performance Interfering… to Performance Enhancing Thoughts)
Mastering the SPACE, GROW and ABCDE models
Practical Performance Enhancing Thinking that really works
Procrastinate no more
Seligman’s Positive Psychology approach in the classroom/coaching session
Developing Students’ Signature Strengths
Raising Awareness and Reducing Performance Anxiety
Mastering progressive relaxation techniques
“This was the best course I have ever been on: so useful with a real toolkit of resources I can use with my pupils. Very inspirational - Pepita was fantastic and really inspired me.”Assistant Headteacher , Reigate Grammar School