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Credentialing Accountability Group

by Joanne Creary

A Learning Community Focused on Helping Christian Coaches Meet CCNI Credentialing Requirements

For Christian coaches who have completed their coach training hours and are working towards completing practicum requirements for certification and credentialing.

Join this learning community to get the support you need to complete your certification process and meet the requirements for CCNI credentialing. This learning community will meet every two weeks for two months (September 22–November 3) for group coaching and mentoring.

Purpose of the Group:

To provide peer support and mentoring to Christian coaches who have completed ICF-approved coach training hours and are working to meet practicum requirements for certification and one of the following CCNI credential designations:

  • CCC–Certified Christian Coach (60 training hours, 100 client coaching hours); or
  • CPCC–Certified Professional Christian Coach (125 training hours, 500 client hours).

Who Should Participate:

Coaches who have completed their coach training hours and are working towards completing their certification requirements and/or credentialing. If you’ve been called by God to this profession and would like to be part of a community of peers who encourage and coach each other as they take the next step toward credentialing, this community is for you.

Benefits:

  • Prayerful support
  • Encouragement
  • Accountability
  • Opportunities to earn coaching hours

Time and Dates:  (register via the website)

Wednesdays, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

  • September 22
  • October 6 & 20
  • November 3

Joanne Creary is the founder of Well Woman Coaching LLC. The name of her company was inspired by the story of the Samaritan woman whose life was transformed by her encounter with Jesus. Her passion is to help her coaching clients experience a similar transformation. Joanne coaches women in the areas of personal growth and development, career change, and mid-life transitions. She completed her coach training at the Christian Coach Institute (CCI) and is currently working toward completing her coaching certification and CCNI credentialing. Joanne is an advocate for survivors of domestic violence and does public speaking to increase awareness of the prevalence of domestic violence. She is currently writing a book on domestic violence in the church. She is a contributing author in Called to Coach, a personal account by fifty Christian coaches of how God called them to the profession of coaching. A lifelong learner and communicator, Joanne has had careers in corporate communications and book publishing. She holds a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and is a commissioned Stephen Minister.

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