The goal of this program is to provide tools and strategies that will enhance current skill set of coaches to strategically help the grieving client.
Attendees will be able to:
1. Define grief and lost
2. Understand responses to grief
Leverage tools for dealing with the grieving client
About the presenter
Dr. Tina Scott is an accomplished coach, best-selling author, businesswoman, thought leader, psychotherapist, speaker, and trainer who started her career in the Healthcare Industry. Through hard work, determination and faith, she became a senior health care executive and prevailed in several organizations for over 20 years.
Dr. Tina received a Doctorate Degree in Healthcare Administration and has extensive experience running strategic operations for multiple high-volume healthcare delivery departments. She has proven her ability to deliver measurable improvement outcomes while enhancing program success. Dr. Tina also has been consistent with implementing methods that promote a culture of service excellence.
In addition to her years of experience as a senior health care executive, Dr. Tina received a master’s degree in Community Clinical Counseling. Dr. Tina has always had a passion for helping people reach their full potential from the inside out. With her passion for psychotherapy and her commitment
to business excellence, Dr. Tina merged her two skills and became an organizational psychology practitioner. Her focus became Diversity and Inclusion, Service Excellence, Human Capital, and Retention. Dr. Tina is a College Professor, an ICF Certified Coach, an approved Clinical Supervisor, and a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in breakups, self-esteem, loss, divorce, and independent living. She offers a highly personalized approach tailored to meet the individual needs of her clients to obtain the personal growth they are striving to achieve.
She diligently aids clients in deconstructing obstacles that hinder healthy living of the mind and spirit.
CCEUS: 3 Core Competencies and .5 Resource Development Credits