Family and Parent Coaching Certificate
This program combines family systems, parenting theories, and evidence-based coaching strategies to help students work more effectively with individuals and families, enhance leadership skills and improve relationships with family and friends. Students will learn to apply active listening skills, build trust, and ask questions that honor each family's uniqueness and strengths and empowers families and individuals to be the best version of themselves. This program prepares students for careers in helping professions, including education, early childhood, family life education, human services, and criminal justice.
|Core (to be taken before or in combination with the Coaching sequence)|
|FAS 451||Family Comm & Relationships||3|
|or FAS 530||Family Communication and Relationships|
|FAS 442||Family Decision-Making and Resource Management||3|
|or FAS 540||Family Decision Making|
|FAS 400||Family Systems, Structures and Relationships||4|
|or FAS 504||Systemic Dynamics of Families|
|FAS 480||Parent Coaching 1: From Theory to Practice||3|
|FAS 481||Parent Coaching 2: Building Skills, Attitudes, and Competency||3|
|FAS 482||Parent Coaching 3: Professional Applications||3|
|FAS 483||Parent Coaching 4: Supervised Field Parent Coaching||3|
+ Masters students (post-bac) in a related field would need to take core courses or demonstrate course credit in the core courses.
*Visiting students must hold a minimum of a BA degree in a related field or demonstrate the equivalent core course. Approval will be taken case-by-case as determined by the Family Coaching Program Coordinator.