About Our Coaches
PACT LPC supports, recruits, and trains a diverse team and community of professional coaches who reflect our clients, with some also having similar lived experiences.
All coaches complete formal coach training with third parties such as the Adler School of Coaching and are professionally certified before coming to PACT. Every coach also undergoes a full vulnerable sector police reference check before beginning their coaching work with the program.
Once they become a PACT Coach, they are provided with additional ongoing training and professional development to support them in the work with their clients.
PACT + Adler School of Coaching
Many of PACT’s past and current coaches received their training and underwent supervised practicums at the ADLER Faculty of Professional Coaching based in Toronto.
Adler is one of the most recognized and respected coach training organizations in the world. PACT and Adler have created a mutually beneficial partnership whereby motivated Adler graduates are given the opportunity to gain coaching experience in a unique and meaningful way by becoming PACT coaches.
PACT and Adler have also established a powerful training scholarship allowing selected individuals, who have already shown a commitment to working with and supporting youth and want to become a PACT Life Coach, to take the required Adler coach training at no cost.
Please see here for more information about the requirements for becoming a PACT Life Coach, eligibility criteria for this training scholarship, and how to apply. Interested parties can contact Rachel Schwab at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.