Get Certified As A Practitioner, Master Coach Or Trainer

Clare Josa is considered a global authority in the fields of Imposter Syndrome, burnout and toxic resilience. But she's on a mission to make herself redundant!

She has created accredited certification programmes to train others to share her methods, with 1:1 clients and colleagues, so that together we can create a wave of change.

These courses run at two levels - foundation and Master Coach - and are accredited by the UK's Institute of Leadership and Management, even getting you letters after your name! (MInstLM)

Both levels of certification are open to individuals, and also to book in-house for corporates, for a minimum of 25 places.

Get Certified

Train with Clare Josa to get certified in the Natural Resilience Method® for preventing Imposter Syndrome, burnout and toxic resilience.

Imposter Syndrome First-Aider

Also known as the Natural Resilience Method® Facilitator

This 3-month programme is perfect for line managers, HR professionals, Mental Health First-Aiders and coaches who want to be able to go beyond the 'tea and sympathy' coping strategies for Imposter Syndrome and burnout. Grounded in the latest research, these foundation-level techniques can help you to create breakthroughs safely and effectively.

Find out more here.

Imposter Syndrome Master Coach

Only for experienced coaches and therapists.

This year-long post-grad programme gets you shifting into Mastery in your coaching and therapy work. You'll learn techniques that work for even the 'stickiest' of blocks, including how to go beyond cognitive approaches, to clear out the hidden root causes of self-sabotage, lack of confidence, burnout, Imposter Syndrome and toxic resilience. Note: the first-aider course is a pre-requisite.

Find out how to apply.

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Want to find out which of these two courses is the best next step for you?

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