Skills - Sponsored by Creighton University
Margaret Moore, MBA
Founder and CEO, Wellcoaches Corporation; Faculty, Harvard University Extension School; Co-Founder/Co-Director, Institute of Coaching, McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School affiliate; Co-Founder/Board Member, National Consortium for Credentialing Health & Wellness Coaches
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This session introduces a new model of the human psyche, that rests on the notion—so memorably depicted in the Academy Award-winning 2015 Pixar movie Inside Out—that the human psyche is not singular but is multiple, like a family. This strengths-based multiplicity of mind model proposes that there are nine universal family members or subpersonalities that were sculpted by evolution, each with its own agenda including needs, drives, values, strengths, voices, and emotions. The model is explored in a Harvard Health book published by William Morrow in September 2016, co-authored by Margaret Moore, and titled Organize Your Emotions, Optimize your Life. Moore will introduce the inner family, and propose how to coach and self-coach the inner family.
Margaret Moore is a 17-year veteran of the biotechnology industry in the US, UK, Canada, France. In 2000, Margaret founded Wellcoaches Corporation, in strategic partnership with the American College of Sports Medicine, which has trained more than 10,000 health professionals as health and wellness coaches in 45 countries. Margaret is co-founder and co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, and co-director of the annual Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare conference offered by Harvard Medical School. Margaret teaches a science of coaching psychology program at Harvard University Extension School. She co-founded and co-leads the National Consortium for Credentialing Health & Wellness Coaches, delivering national standards and certification for health and wellness coaches. Margaret co-authored the Coaching Psychology Manual published by Wolters Kluwer (2009, 2015), and two Harvard Health books: Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life (2012), and Organize Your Emotions, Optimize Your Life (2016).