The CoPE® Effect: Motivating and Moving Clients Forward

CoPE® (coaching professional education) offers training and education for caring practitioners.  It incorporates a wide variety of practical methods and theory, evidence-based constructs, such as empathy (by listening), leadership (in strengthening) and support (referring) rather than attempting to be the one to fix or treat the issues.  Using a variety of tools, and permeating from a servant-leader focus, the CoPE® practitioner helps move his or her clients toward action.  The CoPE® practitioner might incorporate persuasion, motivation, support, and leadership in planning and strategizing a client’s goals, or help him or her move toward the successful completion of specific objectives (personal or professional).  Thus, this program is about using a number of various disciplines, theories and models to that end.

Abstract: 

CoPE® is a two-state (PA and TN) approved publication and integrated program, containing a wide variety of disciplines.  It is designed for helping practitioners (counseling, leaders, teachers, and the like) to learn and implement effective strategies on behalf of clients and organizations.  For pastoral persons, for example, it is an excellent certification that can compliment or even expand clinical pastoral education (CPE).  Even if you are already effective in CPE, CoPE® is designed to take you further – through a thorough integrative approach of disciplines, cultures and leading models when working with clients.

This publication has been peer reviewed.
Publication Type: 
Book Chapter
Authors: 
Jenkins, S. and Chevalier, M.
Year of Publication: 
2013
Journal, Book, Magazine or Other Publication Title: 
Preferred Systems Project
Date Published: 
Monday, January 21, 2013
Place Published: 
Preferred Systems, Erie, PA
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