Area: Coaching & Mentoring
Keywords: youth mentoring and coaching, emotional well-being, positive psychology, grounded theory, emotional attunement theory
Session on 3 July 2020 10:25 cest - View on timetable
This session will provide practical insights and lessons on how new research into youth mentoring and coaching can help practitioners use emotions-focused mentoring and coaching in their practice.
The session looks at the research’s proposed Holding-Containing-Attunement Model that demonstrates how a person-centered youth mentoring and coaching approach can play a major role in promoting adolescent thriving. It provides a framework for practitioners to use mentoring and coaching practices in their field of work to address emotional well-being. The study was conducted with practitioners, exploring their practice and realities, therefore the session will look at putting the research findings into practice, whether attendees are youth practitioners or practicing mentoring and coaching with adults.
Rachid Choaibi (MSc) is a Positive Psychology Youth Practitioner and Narrative Therapy Practitioner with 23 years design, delivery, management, and evaluation experience in the youth, community and fundraising sector. He recently gained an MSc Applied Positive Psychology & Coaching Psychology with Distinction at the University of East London (UK).
Dr Tim Lomas is a senior lecturer on the MSc Applied Positive Psychology & Coaching Psychology (MAPPCP) at the University of East London (UK). Tim undertook his PhD at the University of Westminster (UK), where his research explored the impact of meditation on men’s well-being, using a mixed-methods design comprising narrative interviews, cognitive testing, and EEG measurement. Tim is the lead author on numerous books, including a positive psychology textbook (entitled ‘Applied Positive Psychology), and co-authored ‘Second Wave Positive Psychology,’ and the co-editor of ‘Mindfulness and Positive Psychology’ and ‘The Routledge Handbook of Critical Positive Psychology.’. Tim received two grants to develop mindfulness-based interventions for at-risk youth, and older adults. His latest book ‘The Positive Power of Negative Emotions,’ was published in 2016.
Lorna Mills MBPsS is a positive psychology coach using a variety frameworks and approaches to support clients and organisations with flourishing.