Ollie coach training for everyone
Date & Time:12th January - 12th May 2019, 9.30am - 5.30pm
Cost:£2500 - eight days of training over four weekends dates listed below
Location:Manchester Conference Centre
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Train to be an Ollie coach - Ollie school of transformation
Based on the Ollie stories, the model that Alison Knowles created from her work with children, we have developed a dynamic and unique approach to working with people of all ages. This approach is making a dramatic difference to children and young people and adults emotional resilience, well-being and mental health.
We are building a powerful tribe of therapists, like you, who are committed to building the Ollie concept, continuing to develop and grow its application in any context.
Our vision is that whenever a child or young person is in difficulty, the adults around them, parents, professionals and therapists will ask 'What would Ollie do?' and because the child/young person understands and lives with Ollie as a mentor, they re-resource themselves to deal with their challenges differently building resilience and emotional intelligence through the medium of a powerful character.
If that sounds like something you'd want to be involved in, get in touch and join us on this journey. firstname.lastname@example.org
- 12th & 13th Jan 2019
- 9th & 10th Feb 2019
- 9th & 10th Mar 2019
- 11th & 12th May 2019
About the host
Ali Knowles, author of 'Ollie and His Super Powers' series of books and founder of Subconquest Ltd is a practising cognitive therapist. Her work with children quickly made her realise that she needed a model that kids related to and that their families and wider environment could also be part of - speaking the language of Ollie.
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