Systemic Coach (English)

Systemic Coach
with optional mentoring programme

If you're interested in becoming a coach, you're probably already familiar with the different types of coaching. One type that has gained popularity and relevance in recent years is systemic coaching. Systemic coaching is a powerful approach that looks at people in their entirety, analyses their personal life situation, experiences, strengths, and from this, together with the clients, develop a strategy to improve their situation.

Regularly starting dates

Full time

Individual module mix

Competence oriented

100 % funding possible

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Diese Weiterbildung gibt es auch auf Deutsch: Systemische/r Coach/in

Training Objectives

You will be equipped with scientifically based expert knowledge and learn to apply systemic coaching through practical exercises. You will gain clarity about your future role as a coach and prepare yourself in a self-reflective way to accompany people in change processes.

Contents of the Training in English
Systemic Coach

The following modules are exemplary for the training "Systemic Coach". They can be booked individually or in combination with other modules.

Communication and Conflict Management Basics (80 UE)
  • Introduction of communication methods/techniques
  • Self-perception and perception of others emotions and needs
  • Feedback rules
  • Personality and conflict theories
Consulting tools for consultants and coaches (80 UE)
  • Basic systemic approach to coaching
  • Framework and setting of the coaching, clarification of the assignment, structuring the conversation and working on goals
  • Sequence of the coaching process, conclusion of the contract
NVC: Nonviolent Communication according to Marshall B. Rosenberg (40 UE)
  • Key distinctions of NVC and their application
  • NVC and conflict management
  • NVC and neurobiology
Self-control and mindfulness as a tool for consultants and coaches (40 UE)
  • Awareness of own strengths and talents
  • Stress management
  • Resilience training and health promotion
NLP: Neuro-Linguistic Programming Basics (80 UE)
  • Communication strategies
  • Suggestion and motivation techniques
  • Autosuggestion, dissociation, anchoring and reframing
Coaching techniques and interventions – Practice (120 UE)
  • Training in 1:1 sessions
  • Interventions and constellation work
  • Dissociation techniques
  • Work with beliefs, goal work, vision work
  • Online coaching and coaching tools

Target group

Interested people from all disciplines, both for people who want to work as a coach on a permanent or freelance basis as well as for additional qualifications in human resources, health care, social work or consulting.


2,75 months | 440 UE (training units)

Lesson times (Mon.-Fri.)

8 a.m. to 3 p.m. (8 UE/day)

Funding opportunities – up to 100 %

Bildungsgutschein (Federal Employment Agency & Job Centre), German Pension Insurance, Transfer companies, BFD (Bundeswehr) etc.

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Mentoring Programme

Following your further training, we offer you a mentoring programme through the "Coachingwerkstatt Berlin". If required, experienced coaches will support you for six months in your first steps as a coach. More information at Coachingwerkstatt

Systemic Coaching

Coaches support people within a structured process to clarify directional questions in the professional and personal context and to gain competence to act. The ongoing digital transformation process of everyday and professional life presents many people with challenges that involve adaptation and change processes. Systemic coaches support you in finding a sustainable path within this changing system.

In the coaching process people develop the ability to use digital competencies and at the same time to activate, preserve and use their own resources and sources of strength. The fields of application of systemic coaches are diverse. They work with individuals, teams or groups, in personnel development, business start-ups, professional activation and orientation or in the health and social sector

Systemic Coaches …

  • support people in problem solving and change processes
  • have knowledge of communication science and behavioral research
  • know the social, legal and ethical framework of coaching
  • work in a solution- and resource-oriented way
  • include the environment of the person when looking at problems
  • see clients as experts for their own solutions
  • act self-reflectively and empathically
  • have a wide range of coaching methods and visualization techniques at their disposal and apply them in a situation-appropriate manner
  • work systemically to allow new perspectives on structures and problems, so that thought patterns can be broken and new approaches to solutions can be found.

5 Current Professional Fields in Which Systemic Coaches are in Demand

1. Personnel or business consulting
A systemic coach can support companies or organizations in various areas, such as restructuring or improving communication and collaboration between employees. Additionally, a systemic coach can work in the field of personnel development and accompany employees in their personal and professional development. Many companies today rely on systemic counselling to motivate and retain their employees in the long term.

2. Leadership development
This involves supporting executives in developing their leadership competencies. A systemic coach can help broaden the understanding of leadership and open up new perspectives. In workshops and individual coaching sessions, executives can reflect on and improve their leadership behaviour.

3. Adult education
Systemic coaching can also be used in adult education to support learning processes. It is mainly about taking into account the individual needs of the learners and accompanying them in achieving their goals.

4. Family and youth welfare
In family and youth welfare, the aim is to support families and young people in difficult situations. A systemic coach can help improve communication within the family and find new solutions. A systemic approach can also be helpful in supporting young people in career orientation and planning their future career paths.

5. Healthcare and nursing professionals in the field of psychosocial counselling and care
In healthcare, a systemic coach can support the treatment of mental illnesses. The aim is to help patients and their families cope with the effects of the illness and develop new perspectives. A systemic approach can also be helpful in caring for people with chronic illnesses to improve motivation and quality of life.

Next Start Dates
Systemic Coach

On site or from home: You can take part in our trainings & coachings from our locations or online from home.

  • 13.05.2024
  • 02.09.2024

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