Case Study 2: Write a Ten-Year Letter (Collins, 2009, p. 373)
Thread – Part 1
- First, complete the Ten-Year Letter exercise for yourself.
- Provide a brief update on how your client is doing in the coaching process and how he/she is progressing toward his/her stated goals.
- Give a brief description of the coaching session. Include how you would introduce and walk your client through the Ten-Year Letter exercise. Provide a clear rationale that is supported by course material for using the Ten-Year Letter exercise. How does it help your client reach his/her goals? What did the client learn from this exercise? How did the client benefit?
- This is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your understanding of the Ten-Year Letter exercise as explained in the textbook. Make sure you support your Case Study with in-text citations formatted in current APA format.
Thread – Part 2
- Provide a brief personal reflection of your experiences with this assignment. What did you learn from completing your own Ten-Year Letter? Was it a useful exercise? What are some action points that you will implement in your life based on your Ten-Year Letter? What did you learn from writing the case study? Could you see yourself using the Ten-Year Letter exercise with future clients? What did you learn from incorporating the Ten-Year Letter exercise with your hypothetical client?
- Write about which of the 11 ICF Core Competencies (it may be more than 1) is supported and developed through your integration of this particular exercise into your session and into your own life. What skills/concepts are being practiced and developed through integrating this exercise and how are they connected to the Core Competencies?
- Your Case Study thread (including the reflection) must be at least 400 words but no more than 800 words.
NOTE: MORE THAN ONE ANSWER POSTED AS A BONUS CHOOSE ANY
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