Mark coordinates the undergraduate coaching units within the Bachelor of Counselling degree, and as Acting Course Leader for postgraduate coaching. He is a Leadership and Personal Development Coach, Coach Mentor and Coach Supervisor who has been involved in Coaching Education since 2012. Mark has been teaching at ACAP since 2017, first as a Sessional, as as an Academic since 2022.
Mark is an International Coaching Federation (ICF) credentialed Master Certified Coach. His clients include small business leaders, leaders in not-for-profit and military officers, and has previously offered life coaching to long-term unemployed and ill and injured soldiers.
As a Coach Educator, Mark is passionate about the practical application of coaching skills, ensuring coaches are equipped to coach at a deep, transformational level.
Mark’s current research interests focus on Maintaining a Coaching Mindset in the Wellness space – navigating the “zone” between coaching and counselling/therapy.
Teaching and Coordination Responsibilities
- Acting Course Leader – Graduate Certificate of Applied Coaching
- Co-ordinating the four coaching units in the Bachelor of Counselling (Minor in Coaching)
- Teaching various coaching units and Positive Psychology
Integrating the ICF Core Competencies within Coaching Sessions.
Applied Neuroscience in Coaching
Coaching the whole person
Professional registrations or accreditation
Master Certified Coach (MCC), International Coaching Federation
Professional Affiliations and Fellowships
Member, International Coaching Federation.
- Inspiring, Motivating and Guiding in T322.