Join us for a live one hour webinar with Charlotte Howorth and Rod Francis, lead faculty on the Emergent Coach Training Program


This Webinar is on:

April 27, 2021 at Noon US Eastern time

The call will be recorded and we’ll be sending a link to listen to it following the call, so make sure you register even if you can’t make that time!

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It’s a great opportunity to:

  • Learn more about Focusing and how it can be seamlessly integrated into powerful coaching sessions.
  • Understand how you can significantly upgrade your skill and impact as a coach while gaining ICF units for credentialing or re-credentialing.
  • Meet Charlotte & Rod and experience some of the learning first hand.
  • Walk away with something new to apply in you coaching and your life.
  • Have your questions answered.
  • Access a very special discount offer!

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Some Success Stories


  • Kathryn Guylay, MBA, PhD

    Founder, Make Everything Fun

    “I have explored many different coaching programs, and the emergent approach is truly unique. The focus on presence and the profound tools that integrate the brain-body system combines science, art, and the human spirit. I have 25 years of background coaching and consulting with individuals and teams from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. I have often wondered if this world is ready to shift to states of higher consciousness and connectedness. With the tools I have learned through the Emergent approach, I feel profoundly confident that this shift is soon to come or is already happening.”

    Heather Juergensen

    Human Potential Coach
    Mental Health Advocate

    “The Emergent Coaching training has truly been a game-changer for me, both in my personal life and in my coaching. What they have done in the program is nothing short of miraculous – weaving together a magnificent tapestry of ancient wisdom and modern sciences, touching on areas as seemingly diverse – but undeniably related – as intuition, depth psychology, language, metaphor, movement, embodied cognition and somatic intelligence. These were all tools I was already using in a scattershot and somewhat clumsy way as a coach. The Emergent training has invited me to better understand them, collect them together and create a thoughtful process out of them.”

    Victoria Reese

    CHPC

    “Emergent coaching is teaching me how to branch out and deepen my coaching skill-set in an intuitively fluid and richly holistic manner. I am coaching from a more mindful, creative and heart-centered space. This style of coaching is beautifully alive, and intently focused on presence, intuition, and heartfelt resonance. The profound shifts and amazing depths realized during my coaching sessions are having a very real and lasting impact on myself and on my clients.

    I am forever changed and grateful for this dynamic way of coaching and to my wonderful teachers and mentors from which I am blessed to be under their loving and skillful tutelage!”

Some Success Stories


  • Kathryn Guylay, MBA, PhD

    Founder, Make Everything Fun

    “I have thoroughly enjoyed the Emergent One program and have found the unique approach of this model to coaching to be transformational. The learning platform is well-done and full of enjoyable and relevant content. I have explored many different coaching programs, and the emergent approach is truly unique. The focus on presence and the profound tools that integrate the brain-body system combines science, art, and the human spirit. I have 25 years of background coaching and consulting with individuals and teams from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. I have often wondered if this world is ready to shift to states of higher consciousness and connectedness. With the tools I have learned through the Emergent approach, I feel profoundly confident that this shift is soon to come or is already happening.”

  • Heather Juergensen

    Human Potential Coach
    Mental Health Advocate

    “The Emergent Coaching training has truly been a game-changer for me, both in my personal life and in my coaching. What they have done in the program is nothing short of miraculous – weaving together a magnificent tapestry of ancient wisdom and modern sciences, touching on areas as seemingly diverse – but undeniably related – as intuition, depth psychology, language, metaphor, movement, embodied cognition and somatic intelligence. These were all tools I was already using in a scattershot and somewhat clumsy way as a coach. The Emergent training has invited me to better understand them, collect them together and create a thoughtful process out of them.”

  • Victoria Reese

    CHPC

    “Emergent coaching is teaching me how to branch out and deepen my coaching skill-set in an intuitively fluid and richly holistic manner. I am coaching from a more mindful, creative and heart-centered space. This style of coaching is beautifully alive, and intently focused on presence, intuition, and heartfelt resonance. The profound shifts and amazing depths realized during my coaching sessions are having a very real and lasting impact on myself and on my clients.

    I am forever changed and grateful for this dynamic way of coaching and to my wonderful teachers and mentors from which I am blessed to be under their loving and skillful tutelage!”

Meet Your Hosts




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Rod Francis, PCC


Rod Francis PCC is faculty head and co-creator of the Human Potential Coach training program, creator of the Emergent Coach training program and a founding member of InterActualizer. At a young age Rod began working with the body as a tool, training in several physical performance techniques including mime, dance, acting and circus. Entering a national academy of dance in his home country Australia led on to an extensive international performing, teaching and eventually choreographic career. Following a brief but successful interim entrepreneurial career, Rod transitioned into coaching, mentoring and human development almost two decades ago. He began a personal meditation practice almost 40 years ago, is a UMass Medical School qualified teacher of Jon Kabat-zinn’s 8-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program, and has designed and leads the 8-week program for the Human Potential Institute and the 5-week level-2 program for InterActualizer. Alongside his work within both InterActualizer and HPI, Rod is actively speaking, writing, coaching and leading workshops and retreats across the globe working with the central themes of the advancement of human, organizational and social development and embodied leadership.


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Charlotte Howorth, LCSW


After gaining a degree in Cell and Molecular Biology at Kings College, London, Charlotte began her career as a science journalist for major broadsheet newspapers such as The Guardian and Times in the UK. From there she evolved into a career as a documentary producer/director for the BBC Science and Features department creating science documentaries for prime time viewing. Her experiences led to her becoming a psychotherapist and she currently has a busy private practice in NYC working with individuals, couples, families and groups. Charlotte has taught The International Focusing Institute’s 2-year certification program for therapists and coaches for the past 12 years and has facilitated Focusing retreats and workshops internationally. She is on the faculty of The Relational Focusing- Oriented Psychotherapy program in NYC where she teaches and supervises. She is a Clinical consultant at CHDFS (Center For Human Development and Family Services) in NYC and is also a Certified C-IQ Coach and actively working as an organizational coach. (www.howortherapy.com)

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Meet Your Host

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Rod Francis PCC is faculty head and co-creator of the Human Potential Coach training program, creator of the Emergent Coach training program and a founding member of InterActualizer. At a young age Rod began working with the body as a tool, training in several physical performance techniques including mime, dance, acting and circus. Entering a national academy of dance in his home country Australia led on to an extensive international performing, teaching and eventually choreographic career. Following a brief but successful interim entrepreneurial career, Rod transitioned into coaching, mentoring and human development almost two decades ago. He began a personal meditation practice almost 40 years ago, is a UMass Medical School qualified teacher of Jon Kabat-zinn’s 8-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program, and has designed and leads the 8-week program for the Human Potential Institute and the 5-week level-2 program for InterActualizer. Alongside his work within both InterActualizer and HPI, Rod is actively speaking, writing, coaching and leading workshops and retreats across the globe working with the central themes of the advancement of human, organizational and social development and embodied leadership. You can download the first chapter of his upcoming book Coaching at the Edge from the InterActualizer site: