Integrating Mindful Emotion Coaching – 9 marca 2023

Integrating Mindful Emotion Coaching into Leadership Roles

Join us in dialogue with Dr Sarah Temple. GP with a long standing interest in children’s emotional and mental health.

By EMCC Global

When and where

Date and time

Thu, 9 March 2023, 13:30 – 15:00 GMT



About this event Integrating Mindful Emotion Coaching into Leadership Roles

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

This is part of EMCC Global s GPS Dialogue Series of conversations leading on from the GPS – Global Provider Summit. It is aimed at Quality Award (EQA and ESQA) training providers,

  • ISMCP Award Holders and EMCC Organisational Members,
  • EMCC Global ‘Thought Leaders’
  • organisations currently interested in accrediting their programme/s.

The dialogue takes place on Zoom, and participants will be sent a link before the session. Expect to take part in a video-on, microphone-on discussion as we seek to co-create the future for our professional practice.

An optional networking half-hour has been included within the overall timing for this session, to which you are warmly invited

Dr Sarah Temple invites you to this dialogue session to discuss how adversity in early childhood can affect emotional, mental and physical health across a lifespan and can mean we are better able to hold compassion over longer periods of time and across a broader reach.

Being more aware of In Groups and Out Groups. It means we can create workplace systems that are more inclusive with people who are neurodivergent.

Sarah will open up discussion about neurodiversity in the work place. Also the role of leaders in creating more inclusive work environments.

About Dr Sarah Temple

Dr Sarah Temple is s a GP with a long standing interest in children’s emotional and mental health. She has put together a coaching programme which is known as Mindful Emotion Coaching.

Sarah became interested in how childhood experiences affect both physical and mental health outcomes. When she was at medical school in the mid eighties – her student project was on the social and physiological effects of intergenerational adversity.

GP training in psycho-somatic medicine in the late nineties further enhanced her interest in attachment theory. It introduced her to the Adverse Childhood Experiences data analysed in the seminal study by Anda and Felitti in 1998.

In a break from General Practice she worked in CAMHS. Set up the infant and maternal perinatal network in Cornwall before moving to Dorset. Sarah worked with Public Health Somerset between 2015 and 2022 creating neurodiversity inclusive. Also trauma-informed resources for use in schools and across services into communities.

Integrating Mindful Emotion Coaching into Leadership Roles

Robert Łężak

Wykładowca, nauczyciel coachingu i mentoringu, Prezes EMCC Poland 2019-2022, Akredytowany Coach, Mentor, Asesor EMCC, Trener, Partner Zarządzający w Norman Benett.

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