Date(s) - 21/01/2021
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
In this 90-minute experiential workshop, you’ll experience creative tools to use with your clients to connect them with their playfulness.
About This Event
DELIGHTFUL. FUN. CAREFREE. ENJOYABLE.
Not words most of us would associate with our experience of 2020, right?
Well let’s get 2021 started with a burst of play! You’ll leave this workshop feeling lighter and refreshed, with practical tools to create joy for yourself and your clients. You’d be surprised by how useful “unproductive” play can be. A playful coach and client are relaxed, creative, and open to possibility and change!
This 90-minute workshop will be fun, energizing, and engaging from beginning to end!
Play is an easy, powerful way for you to help clients connect with their inner child and their original self that we coaches call “essence.” It’s a brilliant shortcut to fulfillment and purpose. Play is a skill anyone can learn.
You’ll experience first-hand several creative tools to use with your clients to connect them with authentic playfulness.
Things to Know
If you have one, please bring a photo of yourself at ~5-10 years old (bonus points if it’s doing something you adored as a kid.)
CCEUs: Core Competencies: 1.0; Resource Development: 0.5
Register here: Eventbrite Registration
Participants will be able to:
- Define and articulate what play is and why it matters to well-being.
- Take clients through a process to access their play history and play personality.
- Take away creative, embodied exercises to help clients generate inner playfulness easily – anytime, anywhere.
About the Presenter
Kaitlyn Lyons, CPCC, ACC, Executive Well-Being Coach, Delightful Movement Coaching
Kaitlyn helps high-achieving, work-focused folks figure out what’s really fun for them and prioritize rest and play so they actually enjoy the lives their working so hard for. She is a recognized play expert and was featured at the 2020 ICF Advance Conference for her innovative coaching program, “Powered by Play.” Play coaching was born out of her own struggle to stop overwork and create daily joy. Kaitlyn also has a burnout coaching program called “Restoration” to help clients recover from severe work stress and develop well-being practices for a lifetime.
Prior to coaching, Kaitlyn was a Strategic Advisor and Project Manager at Nordstrom and a Writer/Researcher at Harvard Business School. She is trained and certified in coaching and leadership through the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) and received her B.A. degree from Cornell University.