The FLCA 2020 CONFERENCE WILL NOW BE HELD VIRTUALLY!

 

Hello Coaches and Friends,
 
The Family Life Coaching Association annual conference committee would like to extend our greetings to you and our sincere hopes that you and your family are well. As I have thought on the many messages surrounding COVID-19, I am reminded of one of my favorite Parables- Good or Bad, Hard to Say. The Chinese Parable is about a farmer and the uncertainty of events that occur in his life. It is a great example to me of the wisdom tradition of non-judgement about life’s many ups and downs.
 
I am excited to announce that we are moving onward, upward, and forward with plans for this years’ annual conference. Though we may not be gathering in person, we are excited to connect with one another. The conference will be Thursday June 4th- Friday June 5th. We have an amazing group of presenters with a wide variety of topics to share. Can I admit that I don’t think I could have orchestrated a greater array of content had I tried.
 
Please spread the word with your friends, peers, and clients. My goal is for this online format to enable more people to get to know us and to attend our conference than had we met in person- this will be our “Good”.
 
Thank you all for your love, patience, prayers, and commitment to families in your communities.
 
Sincerely,

Treisha Peterson

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You can still view our sessions from the 2019 Conference!

We All Learn Differently: The Friday Institute's Approach to Learner Variability - Mary Ann Wolf, Alex Dreier

Overindulgence: Building Resiliency in the Face of the New Normal - Lisa Krause

EQ: The Essential Elements in Successful Family Life Coaching - Susan Townsend Holt

Creating Resilience Through Family Life Coaching - Kimberly Allen

What is Family Life Education and How Does Coaching Fit In? - Dawn Cassidy

​Family Studies Students as Coaches in Health Care and Disability Services - Helyne Frederick, Jennifer Diliberto, and Cindy Oropeza

Infusing Positive Psychology in Your Coaching Practice - Debbie Farr

Helping Families with the Digital Dilemma - Susan Townsend Holt

Understanding the Importance of Partnerships as a Family Life Coaching Entrepreneur - Amber Harkey

Seven Principles for Making Parent Coaching Work: A Gottman Adaptation - Brandee Oliveira

Parent Coaching Serves Counties and Agencies Toward Permanence for Children - Tina Feigal

Coaching "My Way" - Je'Toya Robinson

Embracing Color Braveness - Ebonyse Mead

Developmental Affirmations: A Versatile Coaching Tool - Lisa Krause

Scholar-Practitioner Model in Coaching: If It Works, Publish It! - Kimberly Allen

Double Your Training Program Client Pool: Evidence for the Efficacy of Training Undergraduate Students - Scott Gardner

The "Be A Loving Mirror" Method of Family Recovery: A Loving, Solution-Focused Path - Beverly Buncher

The Family Systems Engineering Approach to Assisting Couples in Africa - Praise Fowowe

Theoretical Input for Family Life Educator’s Coaching: “I Wish that I Knew What I Know Now” - Bridget A. Walsh

 

 

POSTER/LAPTOP PRESENTATIONS

Novice and Seasoned Coaches Connect and Share: Business, Education and Beyond - Brandee Oliveria, Melissa James

An Introduction to Financial Coaching - Xiaohui Sophie

Identifying Themes to Strengthen Alienated Parents - Mark Roseman

Challenges Faced by Fathers Raising a Child with Autism - Julie LaRosa

Making Family Life Coaching Affordable with the Help of Policy Makers - Jessie Ojeda

Coaching Youth - Je'Toya Robinson

Holding Hope: Understanding Adolescent Religiosity and the Identity Gap - Treisha Peterson

Family Life Coach Self-supervision:  What can be learned from professional practices in sports coaching? - Jacki Fitzpatrick

Culturally Appropriate Parent Coaching Approach Decreases Health Disparities in a Latino Community - LuzDalia Sanchez

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