Master Neurocoaching

Unpack the power of physiology, neurology, psychology and neurochemistry in the coaching environment

27 June - 1 July 2019

RYDGES CAPITAL HILL, CANBERRA

This course delves deeply into the neuroscience of change including psychological models for change, self-control, habits, relationships and thought life.

Take your mastery of coaching to a whole new level and gain 47 hrs of ICF accredited training!

“Set yourself apart as a truly masterful coach with an incredible depth of knowledge and variety of practical, science based tools and skillls"

Dr Robert Holmes

Course Presenter & Director of Research


With over 3,500 hours of coaching experience, Robert Holmes is a Professional Certified Coach and a registered Mentor Coach for the ICF. His executive coaching clients include leaders from banking, real estate, construction, law, the federal government, defence and elite athletics. He is a deeply experienced trainer and facilitator who developed many of our leading certified courses.


In addition to his work with Neurocoaching Australia, Robert is currently the Eminence Lead for the People and Change capability at Aurecon. This role involves applied organisational and behavioural psychology, change management, executive development, ... and strategic planning. Robert is passionate about practice being rooted in research-based, evidence-backed principles. He is a Research Fellow at the Neurocoaching Institute, working on resilience and frontline capability, and a Research Associate at the School of Health & Bio-medicine at RMIT working on trauma and PTSD. He is currently involved in a collaborative project on neurodiversity and mental health in government. Robert co-founded the Interdepartmental Forum for Mental Health (IFMH), for the constituent member organisations to share information about applied strategy in the workplace.


Robert is also very familiar with the struggles of establishing your brand, your business and a place in the market. Apart from having run a business incubator and business enterprise centre, he is a serial entrepreneur, who has established five independent businesses and built capabilities in two global companies.

Join us for five incredible days of professional development, masterful coaching and connection with a community of people passionate about seeing their clients flourish in life.

Course content

Relationships & thought life

  • Relationship drama
  • Passive agressive behaviour
  • Understanding co-dependency
  • Catastrophizing
  • Toxic thinking
  • Self talk
  • Reframing techniques


Habits and self-control 

  • Self sabotage
  • Procrastination
  • Energy management
  • Advanced goal setting
  • Archetypes and the hero's journey
  • Language, metaphor and landscape

Coaching intuition

  • Neuroplasticity
  • Somatic wisdom and intuition
  • Non conscious signalling
  • Mind body games
  • Calibration and state change
  • Exogenic and endogenic change

Who is this course for?

Master Neurocoaching is for experienced coaches who are looking to gain a deeper understanding of how people work and are seeking to be equipped with skills and tools that leverage what we know about the neuroscience behind human behaviour to masterfully facilitate lasting change. 


If you are passionate about taking your coaching to the next level or are looking for ICF accredited training hours that offer a depth and variety of incredibly useful tools for your development as a coach, you won't want to miss this course!


This five day intensive provides 42 hours of Accredited Coach Specific Training Hours (ACSTH)/Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEU) which can be used towards gaining an ICF credential (ACSTH) or renewing your existing credential (CCEU).

Master Neurocoaching

27 June - 1 July 2019

Rydges Capital Hill

17 Canberra Ave, Forrest ACT



$2,995

(payment plans available)

Want more information?

Contact our friendly staff on 1300 132 544 or [email protected]

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