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Seventy Pathways to Sleep

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New Strategies for the Professional Health-Based Coach

April 16 (Tuesday) 1pm-3pm (East Coast USA Time)

 

In this inaugural Edge of Knowledge Two Hour Graduate School, noted professional coach, psychologist and author, William Bergquist, Ph.D., presents the latest findings on how one achieves a sustained, deep and restorative night of sleep. In attending this Two-Hour Graduate School, you aren’t awarded a doctorate (or even academic credit), but there is no entrance exam, college grade point average, or Graduate Record Exam scores!!  So, what are the qualifications to attend this two-hour graduate school? Just a hunger for new knowledge, a commitment to life-long learning, and a desire to gain new skills and tools as a professional coach.

Without adhering to any one school of thought or body of research regarding the science of sleep, Dr. Bergquist offers seventy sleep strategies, grouped into four major categories. As in the case of all Edge of Knowledge Two Hour Graduate School seminars, Bill Bergquist offers a specific coaching tool that can be immediately used by those enrolled in this highly interactive digital graduate school. One can Become a Sleep Coach and add powerful strategies to a health-based coaching tool kit.

Dr. Bergquist comes with vast and diverse experience as an executive and personal coach and consultant to more than 1,000 clients from North America, Europe, Asia and the Mid-East. He has authored or co-authored 53 books and written in excess of 100 articles, while co-founding the Library of Professional Coaching, the International Consortium for Coaching in Organizations, and the Library of Professional Psychology. For the past thirty-five years, Bill has served as President of The Professional School of Psychology (www.psychology.edu) – a global graduate school serving mature and accomplished learners from throughout the world.

Seventy Pathways to Sleep will be held on April 16 (Tuesday), from 1pm to 3pm (Eastern USA time). It is delivered virtually via a digital format, with participants being given a direct link to the Zoom Video conferencing tool. The Edge of Knowledge programs are truly seminars, with small group breakout sessions and live interaction with the presenter. As a result, enrollment is restricted to 20 people – with registrants being accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. You probably should contact us very soon.

The cost of Seventy Pathways to Sleep is $85 which is paid with a credit card via paypal or by check. If space is available after April 9, the late enrollment tuition is $105. Registration closes 48 hours prior to the seminar.  Those interested in enrolling in this Edge of Knowledge graduate school session should contact Melissa Lilley at mlilley@psychology.edu.  The Edge of Knowledge is co-sponsored by The Professional School of Psychology, The Santa Fe Center and the Library of Professional Coaching.

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