Catalyst Connect!

What if you had a safe and welcoming place to gather with other coaches? To connect with people who understand the joys and the struggles of your work? Where no question is silly, and where creativity and collaboration are encouraged? A place to get to know others and to be seen and known for who you really are? A place where you are welcomed – a place where you belong!

Catalyst Connect! is a vibrant community of small group gatherings fostering connection, facilitated by nationally board-certified health & wellness coaches, to create sharpening of our coaching skills, enhanced collaboration, and personal/professional growth.

Catalyst Connect is also approved through the NBHWC for 13.5 CE’s!
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Catalyst Connect!

Format: Limited to maximum of 10 people, meeting monthly for 90 minute, small group gatherings via zoom.

Commitment: 9 months

Focus areas of discussion: Personal connection, sharpening specific coaching skills, collaborating on client questions, support and accountability for your professional and/or personal growth

Investment: Entire program just $450 total (March 2024 kick-off group receives special discount to $400 while space is available)

Catalyst Connect is approved for 13.5 CE’s through the NBHWC!

Details: Program includes 13.5 hours in small group gatherings, 8 hours of 1:1 partner work between sessions, and 1-hour preparatory assignment per month. Your total monthly time commitment is approximately 2 ½ hours, invested specifically in you and your coaching.

March 19th Group Launch: 1 spot remaining!

If you would like to be notified of upcoming groups, contact us at [email protected] . Thanks!

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When?

Catalyst Connect will kick-off March 19th, 2024 and meet the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 7-8:30 PM Central Time (5 Pacific/6 Mountain/8 Eastern).

Who should attend?

This group is designed for coaches who have received training in coaching skills and who are dedicated to continued growth and open to feedback. It is an interactive group that requires a commitment to prioritize monthly attendance and to actively pursue the personal and professional goals between sessions.

Facilitators

Each small group cohort will be facilitated by experienced Catalyst Coaching Institute Faculty members.

2024 March Cohort Facilitators:

Suzanna Cooper, Catalyst Coaching Institute Faculty

Suzanna Cooper

Suzanna combines her background in Coaching, Counseling and Occupational Therapy with her love for lifelong growth and learning in herself and others. She has been the driving force behind one of the most recognized and respected coaching certifications in the industry. 

Suzanna brings more than 30 years of experience in healthcare. She has Master’s degrees in Occupational Therapy and Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Suzanna is known nationally for her knowledge of wellness coaching and interpersonal communication. As the Chief Learning Officer for the Catalyst Coaching Institute, she is the driving force behind one of the top wellness coach training programs in the country. She is a National Board-Certified Health & Wellness Coach and oversees a team of coaches as the Chief Learning Officer of Catalyst Coaching 360 and Catalyst Coaching Institute. Suzanna has been an active member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) since 2012. She loves working alongside others to equip and encourage them to pursue their passions and to impact the lives of others. Suzanna appreciates the beauty of creation in nature and people, and is grateful for the opportunity to be in a career where she is constantly learning and growing – both professionally and personally. Suzanna enjoys hiking, reading on the deck, Tai Chi, and spending time with her husband and partner of over 30 years and their three grown children, their spouses and grandchild.
Susan McGarry

Susan McGarry

Susan loves to authentically connect with others to help them become their best selves! Supporting adult learners to develop health and wellness coaching skills while honoring their previous knowledge and experiences is her driving force for developing and instructing NBHWC inspired curriculum. Susan has been coaching since 2012 and is a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach as well as a Marriage and Family Therapist in Training.

Susan has a background in Physical Education, Elementary Education, and Special Education. She is a National Board-Certified Health & Wellness Coach and has been practicing coaching since 2012. In addition, she is a Marriage and Family Therapist in Training at Regis University.

As the Director of Quality Assurance and Development for Catalyst Coaching Institute, Susan trains the CCI Mentors, oversees the MCWC program, works one on one with students to support their development, and is an instructor and mentor. Supporting adult learners to develop health and wellness coaching skills while honoring their previous knowledge and experiences is her driving force for developing and instructing NBHWC inspired curriculum.

Susan enjoys staying active as a competitive tennis player, training for a yearly half-marathon, strength training to stay young, and hiking and skiing with her three daughters and husband. Staying balanced and grounded through her spirituality and connections with others is key for her to be available to help others. She is continually grateful for her opportunities to authentically connect with clients and students to become their best selves.

Deb Wilmot

A wellness coach since 2007, Deb loves to learn anything she can about health and psychology and then find ways to apply the information to help clients, loved ones, and herself. She feels most purposeful when connecting 1:1 or in small groups with others.

Deb is a National-Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC) and was one of the coaches who was there at the launch of CatalystCoaching360 in 2007. She holds a BS degree and is a licensed physical therapist assistant.  She was drawn to the world of wellness coaching because of a fascination with the role that motivation plays in human behavior, especially health-related behaviors.  She currently enjoys her role as a coach and as a mentor coach, as well as facilitating a monthly Coach Consultation Hour for her teammates.

Deb literally grew up in the gym, with a physical education teacher and multi-sport coach as a dad. As a result, her love for healthy living came naturally as a child and has continued into adulthood, with her current hobbies including hiking, yoga, and even salsa dancing! She has enjoyed being active with her 3 children over the years in the lovely foothills of Colorado.

Having been through some interesting twists and turns in her life, including raising a son with Down Syndrome and the sudden loss of her husband, Deb has tried to adopt the mantra “Never let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do” (Myles Munroe). She strives to hold this philosophy up as an encouragement to those who are struggling with their own challenges. She considers it an enormous privilege to be allowed to journey alongside her clients.

Are you ready to connect? Register Today!