CE & Certification

Continuing Education for Nurses in All States

Join us in classes that support you and your helping others. The goal of integral/holistic coaching really is to help you love nursing again, by providing multidimensional tools and approaches that give you increased job satisfaction. You feel more successful, you see the very positive effects of your efforts, and you come away with a renewed love of nursing.

“Contact hours from Foundations I, Foundations II A and B, and Practicum I may be applied toward the continuing education requirements for Nurse Coach and/or Holistic Nurse Certification / Re-Certification.”

“This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the American Holistic Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.”

Foundations I:¬†Approved through April 4, 2015

Foundations II A: Approved through June 19, 2015

Foundations II B: Approved through September 24, 2015

Practicum I: Approved through December 3, 2015

 


Become a Certified Coach and
Earn Coach Training Hours

Since 1995, the International Coach Federation (ICF) has worked to set up guidelines and criteria for the coaching profession. They offer three levels of coach certification: the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential, the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential, and the Master Certified Coach (MCC) credential. The Bark Coaching 60-hour program meets the coach-specific training requirements for the first level of certification, ACC. The 60 hours or any part of it can also be applied to coach-specific training requirements for the PCC or MCC credentials and counts as Continuing Coach Education for credential renewal. They have about 18,000 members with 45% of the membership from countries other than the United States. For more information and how to apply for certification, click here.