Happy Whole Human

HAPPY WHOLE HUMAN™ Facilitator Certification for Therapists Learning Objectives

This Happy Whole Human Facilitator Certification for Therapists course is pre-approved by The Texas State Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs-CE Provider #2248) to provide online courses which meet their educational requirements for continuing education.  The Happy Whole Human Therapists online courses include tools and lessons designed to foster habits conducive to your success as a mental health professional.  Specifically, this program will teach you, as a Texas LPC licensee, to be more confident, accountable, and competent person overall. In this way, our courses draws upon current trends to support individuals to facilitate overall improvements in productivity, as well as individual performance, professionalism, and ethics.

In this course, you will learn tools to effectively facilitate the Happy Whole Human Therapists Program.  The first module contains an overview including the context for the program.  In the second module, learn how to administer a comprehensive and psychometrically sound online assessment and support others as they take the corresponding empowering holistic wellness program.

 

You will learn to:

1. Use this program to quantify, verify, and validate the unique personal needs of individuals seeking your guidance and provide them with structure, support, and measurable results.

2. Apply Socratic methods and active listening in your interactions when acting as a HAPPY WHOLE HUMAN™ facilitator and guide.

3. Learn how to facilitate this holistic wellness program using the non-evaluative, non-directive, and sensitively attuned HWH collaborative facilitation model. Active listening and the Socratic method, as well as other holistic tools are discussed as well.

4. Improve the way you respond to stressful situations, adapt to shifting priorities, and work productively in the face of uncertainty when working as a mental health professional.

5. Be a better listener and to communicate more honestly, proactively, and effectively to find win-win solutions with clients and other mental health professionals.

6. More confidently think for yourself, solve problems, take initiative, and be a productive team player in both your work and personal life.

7. Cultivate your innate capacity and connect to your core, whole self so that you can be more curious, open-minded, responsive to feedback, creative, and innovative.

8. Be more inclusive, responsive, and helpful to others when appropriate in your work with clients and in life.

9. Ask clarifying questions to understand and consider the interests of others, as well as to more confidently share your own ideas and feedback in collaborations and negotiations at work and in life.

10. Express more interest in the experiences of others, to be more neutral, and to more openly and honestly admit your mistakes and accept personal responsibility for your performance, behaviors and actions.

11. Provide insightful, motivational, accurate, and constructive feedback to others when appropriate at work and in life.

12. Be more effectively strategic in the way that you work with others to achieve short and long term goals as a mental health professional and in general.

13. Seek feedback and share information and viewpoints openly and directly with others, as well as to provide information in an organized, easy to follow manner in a variety of settings.

14. Value and welcome diversity of thought, creativity, and collaboration and adapt more quickly to changes and priorities as needed in your sessions and in life.

15. Use what you learn about yourself to create and maintain a realistic and conscious calendar to enable you to meet your goals and manage your time more effectively.