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Certified Neuroscience Coach Program

The NEW Certified Neuroscience Coach Program is in the process of launching and you can be among the first to qualify for this important new coach certification. Neuroplasticity has changed everything in the world of brain science and the tools of positive neuroscience are breaking new ground in the world of coaching, personal development, and human achievement.

This is the only program that fully integrates positive psychology and neuroscience with advanced coaching skills to prepare you to be a professional neuroscience coach.

"You have created a VERY powerful collection of training programs. By combining the presentation of new ideas with an open exchange of ideas and the all-important live coaching segment(s), I am learning each week and seeing a positive impact on my clients. Thanks to you and your team." 

- Nancy McCabe, CPPC USA

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Certified Neuroscience Coach Program Courses:
Additional 64 hours of recorded Master Coach Training for advanced coaches is optional along with additional services such as Q&A classes on coaching business success, study groups, Coach 100 for business-building and ICF certification prep, plus your own webpage on our coach directory.
Tuition: Take 11 months to pay, total $6490USD.
Save $590: Pay all at once for only $5900USD.
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You may qualify for Advance Standing and a customized program if:

  1. You already have a qualifying coach certification from the ICF, IAC, or from SCM, but want specialty training and certification in neuroscience. Or, if you're already a member of the Certified Positive Psychology Coach® Program, you can add the extra courses to get both certifications.
  2. You already have a qualifying neuroscience credential and want advanced training and certification in coaching. Coaches who already have the Coaching with Neuroscience Certificate from School of Coaching Mastery will get credit for the Introduction to Coaching with Neuroscience course.

What is neuroplasticity? 

Neuroplasticity, or brain plasticity, is a phenomenon that was unknown to neuroscientists up until a couple of decades ago. It means the brain grows and changes throughout life, because, as neuropsychologist, Donald Hebb taught, neurons that fire together, wire together. Previously, it was thought that very little growth and change was available to adults. But now we know the brain changes itself from moment to moment and that what we choose to focus on can be used to change the brain for good. Our clients can become more resilient, happier, and more successful when they benefit from coach-assisted neuroplasticity.

What is neuroscience coaching?

Neuroscience coaches use tools, exercises, and interventions that have been identified by research into neuroscience, positive psychology and related fields, such as emotional intelligence, to help their clients achieve greater happiness, well-being, and success. They take research into neuroscience and translate it into effective tools for improving people’s lives, careers, and businesses. Read about neuroplasticity coaching on the Coaching Blog.


School of Coaching Mastery integrates neuroscience discoveries, tools, and interventions throughout its coach training curriculum. The Certified Neuroscience CoachTM Program is for coaches who want advanced training and experience in the art and science of neuroscience coaching.

Why should you become a Certified Neuroscience Coach?

  • Master the most effective tools available for coaching.
  • Brand yourself as a coach who uses proven tools, not empty promises.
  • Get a credential that identifies you as a genuine professional.
  • Be one of the first in your profession to be certified in neuroplasticity coaching.
  • Enter a field where even the scientists are excited about human potential and possibility.
  • Get the information you need to explain how and why your tools work.
  • Get the confidence of knowing your work has scientific empiricism behind it.
  • Stay up-to-date on the latest research on brain-based coaching.
  • Join a community of inspired coaches who support and challenge one another.
  • Expand your business: neuroscience tools are transforming the fields of business, education, the military, government, psychotherapy, and more.
  • In short, become a more effective coach and create a thriving career.
  • Plus it's amazingly fun!

How is this program different from other neuroscience training programs?

  • This is a specializations under the umbrella of positive psychology, so you actually get both.
  • This isn't just a coach-training program, nor is it just a neuroscience program; it's comprehensive coach training, based on neuroscience research, tools, and principles that includes advanced approaches to coaching.
  • Some neuroscience training programs will introduce you to coaching; this program offers beginner-to-master-level coach training based on neuroscience.
  • Certification is the gold-standard in coaching credentials. Successful completion of this program will earn you the Certified Neuroscience CoachTM credential from the International Association of Positive Psychology Coaches.
  • Modules in this program are ICF accredited for up to 210 ICF hours which qualifies graduates to apply for ICF ACC or PCC and IAPPC CPPC1, CPPC2 credentials with neuroscience as your specialty without having to take the arduous portfolio route.
  • The cost of your certification is included with your tuition and you'll get a free neuroscience coach listing in our coach directory.
  • Because this program is new, we're offering it at an early adopter discount, making it thousands less than many coaching and neuroscience programs!

The Certified Neuroscience Coach Program will introduce you to assessments, exercises, concepts, research, and more from authors and researchers, such as those below:


  • Dr. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi  Brainstem
  • Dr. Richard Davidson
  • Dr. Norman Doidge
  • Dr. Lisa Feldman Barr
  • Dr. Barbara Fredrickson
  • Dr. John Gottman
  • Dr. Rick Hanson
  • Dr. Donald Hebb
  • Dr. Dacher Keltner
  • Dr. Andrew Newberg
  • Dr. Linda Page
  • Dr. Stephen Porges
  • Dr. David Rock
  • Dr. Martin Seligman
  • Dr. Dan Siegel


In addition to live interactive webinars that you can join from anywhere, you’ll receive a wealth of curated resources, including videos, audios, websites, apps, and more, plus opportunities to practice your tools with like-minded Neuroplasticity coaches. And you'll get ideas for how to grow your business with neuroscience.

If you are new to both neuroplasticity and coaching, you'll receive comprehensive training in beginner-advanced coaching skills, introductory-advanced neuroscience, coaching best practices, the brain science behind positive psychology, the brain science behind emotional intelligence, neuroplasticity coaching practicum, neuroplasticity coach certification, and a listing on our coach directory as a Certified Neuroscience CoachTM. The full program takes about one year to complete. 


Or email info [@] schoolofcoachingmastery [.] com for questions or to make an appointment to join the program.


Students with advanced standing may receive a customized program and a possible fee reduction.


Your instructors will include Julia Stewart, MMC, BCC, CiPP, President, School of Coaching Mastery, as well as accomplished positive psychology and neuroscience coaches who are ICF credentialed. Julia has been teaching professional coaching since 2003 and has taught courses in positive psychology coaching and coaching with neuroscience since 2012. She is working on her PhD the science and philosophy of coaching, where she has studied positive psychology and neuroscience and writing about how it works with coaching.