Certificate: Transpersonal Coaching Psychology (TCP)
TCP Certified Coach
Study the science, art and practice of transpersonal coaching psychology
Transpersonal Coaching Psychology (TCP) can be described as the theory and practice of coaching that takes a holistic and integrative approach to support client growth and transformation. This is achieved through individually tailored processes to help clients identify what provides them with a sense of meaning and purpose and, in turn, to assist the client to find ways of purposefully expressing this – in their work, their personal life, and within relationships.
The role of a transpersonal coach is to support the client to develop a more expansive and interconnected sense of self and, in so doing, help the client to access the necessary resources that may aid the attain of their fullest potential and performance.
Our Transpersonal Coaching Psychology Certificate Programme at Alef Trust (one-year) provides a collaborative environment to study the science, art and practice of transpersonal coaching psychology (TCP). You will get the opportunity to:
Explore the basis and value of a transpersonal approach in coaching.
Learn how to facilitate expanded states of consciousness in a coaching context, while enabling clients to apply their insights and resources in their challenging situation.
Discover how the coaching processes can trigger and support both transformation and spiritual awakening.
Investigate what this type of coaching involves, as well as examine the implications of TCP processes concerning both coach and client, and their coaching relationship.
Experience the effects of a transpersonal coaching process through direct training and supervision with the course tutors and peers through live webinars and interactive forums.
Develop coaching competency through peer coaching and a case-study project.
Why should I become a transpersonal coach?
The perspectives, ability to empathise and the quality of the coach’s presence can be as important as the methods used in any coaching process. For this reason, the competencies on which we focus in this TCP course include not only the techniques of transpersonal coaching, but also the means through which coaches can add value and be of support to the client’s experience. This course is for both newcomers in the field of coaching, as well as experienced coaches who want to expand their expertise to include TCP methods.
What is my unique skill as a transpersonal coach?
While this course teaches a distinct coaching methodology – drawing from the fields of Transpersonal Psychology, applied mindfulness practices and the holistic aspects of NLP – it also emphasises the importance of not relying on a particular set of techniques or principles, but rather honing the skill of facilitating a context for transformation. This fundamental TCP skill can also be thought of as holding a liminal space (open, receptive and emergent), walking the client through a transformative passage of questioning and expansion, while helping the client to reintegrate new, widened and resourceful perspectives into their lives.
A truly client centred approach
Many coaching methods claim to be “client centred”, however, TCP is the only approach that addresses the whole person by focussing on the integration of self, shadow and spirit in a transformative manner. TCP draws on the transcendent quality of consciousness to shift the client from ego-based problems towards spiritual solutions, yet it does so in a pragmatic way that empowers people in the contexts of their everyday lives.
How will my clients benefit from transpersonal coaching?
TCP facilitates peak experiences, recognising that such states can bring forward insights that have meaning and practical applications in the area where the client wants to resolve a challenge. Clients learn how to embody their insights and anchor their new perspectives into the relevant contexts of their life. TCP ultimately promotes a sense of connection with a broader spectrum of consciousness, which in turn cultivates a sense of meaning and purpose in life.
Discover more about the value of becoming a transpersonal coach and the one-year certificate programme in Transpersonal Coaching Psychology in this short interview with course leader, Jevon Dangeli, MSc:
The Certificate in Transpersonal Coaching Psychology (TCP) is awarded by Alef Trust upon successful completion of the learning tasks (such as forum participation and personal experiential work). This certificate is suitable for candidates taking the programme for personal enrichment and for those wishing to achieve coach accreditation with the International Association of Coaches, Therapists & Mentors (IACTM). By completing all three modules of this course, students will have a sufficient amount of training and will have accumulated enough coaching hours, in order to be eligible for coach accreditation with IACTM. The title students will gain upon completion of the course is TCP Certified Coach.
Jevon Dangeli (MSc)
Certified NLP trainer, transpersonal coach, hypnotherapy practitioner, and jumi (judo mind) teacher
Certified transpersonal coach and trainer, hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner