U-ACT is accredited by the International Coaches Register (ICR), which is 9001:2015 certified by Lloyd’s Register Netherlands and registered with UK Accreditation Services (UKAS). The organization is committed to the highest quality of training and ethical standards of practice.
Many people from diverse backgrounds are seeking assistance to connect into holistic health and wellness, free of harmful and limiting behaviours. Systemic Coaching is an empowering intervention to support individuals, families, groups, teams, organisations, and communities that are challenged with systemic unwellness.
Through the use of systemic coaching we are able to assist in the transformation and growth of those seeking sustainable wellness in their personal and professional lives. As a coach you will be able to support your clients in developing a lifestyle that fits their personal and professional needs, wants, values, preferences and goals.
The basis of the systemic coaching model is about learning to have a coaching conversation using powerful questions, developing strong listening skills, understanding someone’s needs, wants, and values, and excavating meaning and purpose. Learning coaching skills and techniques is part of this topic.
Systemic coaching takes place along a series of continuums addressing substance use, relationships, and someone’s overall emotional, social, mental, physical, and spiritual wellness. Or behaviours, roles, processes, and overall wellness are all addressed via the use of continuums.
The system addresses the interplay between the different role players and stakeholders in a person’s personal and professional lives. The nature of the work means that working systemically with different individuals creates better connection and understanding, leading to better long-term outcomes.
David is a Certified Master Coach whose work forms the basis of the Recovery Wellness Programme. David’s extensive experience in, and knowledge of, the treatment of substance use and addictive behaviour means that he brings a rich experiential tone to the programme. He has also worked as an executive coach supporting corporate growth and development, focusing on diversity and transformation as part of systemic wellness.