Advanced Pain Coach Training
TCC Member Services subscription requires that you first complete our Advanced Pain Coach Training course. This is a 12-week course that is a mix of education and practical application of chronic pain coaching that meets twice a week. You will benefit by having instructors who are also coaches and work with pain clients every day.
Once you have successfully completed our Advanced Pain Coach Training course, you will be ready to subscribe to Member Services and start coaching your own clients using our platform and all the benefits that come with your TCC Member Services subscription. Your monthly subscription fee* will begin when you start coaching clients or one month after completing your on-boarding process. Your commitment to TCC Member Services is month to month however, the coaching program commitment for each client is one year long.
In the Advanced Pain Coach Training course, you will dive deep into what it means to be a pain coach. The first class each week (2 hours long) will be a structured class that covers coaching and pain topics. The second class of each week (1 hour long) will be group coach training and will be student led.
The goal of this program is to provide the student with training in chronic pain coaching through education, practice, and mentoring—a process that is challenging and fun. Coursework, reading, homework, mentoring, and practice coaching people in chronic pain prepare the student to be a competent, confident pain management coach who understands chronic pain and the tools necessary to help clients get back to living life.
Development of skills will include how to effectively coach one on one with a pain client and how to lead groups of pain clients with role play and mentored feedback. Class topics include Next Level MI, Anger and Acceptance, Reducing Stress and Fear, Movement Therapy, Neuroplasticity, and more.
Advanced Pain Coach Training Course Requirements
- The course is entirely online and requires a phone and a reliable internet connection for all classes.
- Passing score of at least 80% on the final comprehensive exam.
- Completion of required reading, reading exams, and homework.
- Attending and logging all classes.
- Submitting three and passing one recorded coaching session, followed by mentored feedback.
- Completing a class evaluation at the end of each class. (Required to receive 36 NBHWC approved CE credits)