The Coaching SIG is Sponsored by the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) & Chesapeake Bay Organization Development Network (CBODN)
Topic: An Introduction to Visual Journaling – Going Deeper than Words
Everyone has the ability to express feelings and emotions using their inner language of imagery. Join us for the first meeting of the 2013-2014 year and discover Visual Journaling. This tool provides a powerful way of accessing inner awareness and self knowledge, and most people find it more informative that regular journaling. It is about expressing a language of images whose alphabet is color, shape, line, form, and texture. Images can express what words cannot. Through this modality you will learn “what only you know” about your imagery and its meaning.
Come experience visual journaling for yourself and consider how you can use it with your coaching clients. Using art can help to reduce stress, overcome road blocks or challenges, and give voice to the soul….even if you can’t draw!
Presenter: Peggy Linden
Peggy Linden is a coach, cranial-sacral therapist, facilitator, and artist. She incorporates coaching, creativity, and the body in all her work and has been presenting workshops for over 35 years. As a certified CTI coach she provides individual and group coaching. One of Peggy’s degrees is in Fine Arts, with multimedia and acrylic painting as her primary mediums. She has studied with Josef Albers, Josep Grau-Garriga, and Ann O’Hanlon.
6:40 pm Greeting and Networking
Program begins 7:00 (sharp) - 9:00 PM
6400 Democracy Blvd.
Bethesda, MD 20814
Who Can Attend?
You do not need to be a coach to attend our meetings or be on our mailing list. Our attendance is comprised of many coaches - some new and some seasoned. We have people attending who want to learn about the different coaching programs, some currently in coaching programs, and those who are starting or just finishing programs or certification. We also have trainers, and consultants, or others in different fields who are curious about coaching or becoming a coach, along with some who teach in coaching programs. We have members coming from a range of fields including IT, law, economics, health care, advertising, communications, banking, and international organizations. We enjoy the mix of perspectives, ages, and world experience.