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- Whybrow, Alison
- 44 Tables, black and white; 44 Line drawings, black and white; 6 Halftones, black and white
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The Handbook of Coaching Psychology: A Guide for Practitioners provides a clear and extensive guide to the theory, research and practice of coaching psychology. In this new and expanded edition, an international selection of leading coaching psychologists and coaches outlines recent developments from a broad spectrum of areas. Part One examines perspectives and research in coaching psychology, looking at both the past and the present as well as assessing future directions. Part Two presents a range of approaches to coaching psychology, including behavioural and cognitive behavioural, humanistic, existential, being-focused, constructive and systemic approaches. Part Three covers application, context and sustainability, focusing on themes including individual transitions in life and work, and complexity and system-level interventions. Finally, Part Four explores a range of topics within the professional and ethical practice of coaching psychology. The book also includes several appendices outlining the key professional bodies, publications, research centres and societies in coaching psychology, making this an indispensable resource. Unique in its scope, this key text will be essential reading for coaching psychologists and coaches, academics and students of coaching psychology, coaching and mentoring and business psychology. It will be an important text for anyone seeking to understand the psychology underpinning their coaching practice, including human resource, learning and development and management professionals, and executives in a coaching role.
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"Stephen Palmer and Alison Whybrow have produced a seminal and very significant Handbook of Coaching Psychology. They have brought together leading figures in this growing and important field, highlighting the various forms of coaching and their impact. This is a 'must buy' for anybody interested in coaching psychology...it will become the coaching bible for the field." - Professor Cary L. Cooper, Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at Lancaster University, UK "Bringing together some of the world's leading experts on coaching psychology this book provides a thorough and highly interesting exploration of the field as it stands today. Undoubtedly this is a book you must read if you're interested in the subject and want to stay up to date with its latest developments." - Per-Olof Eriksson, licensed psychologist, Sweden. Honorary Vice President of ISfCP and initiator and chair of the Swedish Association for Coaching Psychologists "Being intimately involved in the emergence and the development of the Coaching Psychology profession in Ireland, and also in the development and teaching of the First Masters in Coaching Psychology to be delivered in an Irish University (University College Cork), the first edition of the Handbook of Coaching Psychology was ground-breaking and a necessary roadmap for teacher, scientist and practitioner. This second and more comprehensive edition is timely and will inform the ongoing and necessary conversation around the further development, teaching and practice of the subject area. I welcome that." - Hugh O'Donovan CPsychol., P.s.S.I, Coaching Psychologist and Author of Mindful Walking "The Handbook of Coaching Psychology: A Guide for Practitioners is an excellent resource of psychological theories and best practice for anybody interested in coaching psychology. The second edition of this fantastic book offers an extensive overview of the latest trends in coaching, psychology and management in a VUCA world. This is a must have for coaching psychologists, coaches and those working within related fields." - Dr Anna Syrek-Kosowska, Executive Coach, Coaching Supervisor (CSA) and Honorary VP of the ISCP, Poland "With a clear and practice-focused approach, this book provides a comprehensive and robust foundation for coaching psychology. It is essential reading for new researchers and graduate students who are interested in coaching psychology, and those who want to base their professional practice on the coaching approach." - Dr Qing Wang, Associate Professor in Educational Psychology at School of Psychology and Cognitive Science, East China Normal University "For anyone interested in the field of individual, team and organizational learning in contemporary business environments, the new edition of the Handbook of Coaching Psychology: A Guide for Practitioners presents some of the most exciting developments in contemporary psychology. The expanded edition now includes chapters which highlight the fastest growing fields of today's coaching, such as team coaching, coaching culture and the role of technology in coaching. Readers will find probably the most comprehensive answers to the questions about the research-based evidence, plurality of psychological perspectives and application contexts related to coaching. Finally, the Handbook fulfills a mission to grow the coaching profession by connecting it to the cutting edge thinking in psychological science." - Jelena Pavlovic, PhD, senior research associate at the Institute of Educational Research, founder of Koucing Centar, Serbia, and developer of ISCP recognized and ICF accredited coach training programs "This handbook offers a comprehensive and integrative perspective over the field of coaching psychology. This new edition has significantly increased the substance and the range of contributors and contributions. It provides an overview to coaching psychology key concepts and ad
Stephen Palmer is a leading coaching psychologist and is president of the International Society for Coaching Psychology. He is professor of practice at the Wales Institute for Work Based Learning and was the first chair of the British Psychology Society Special Group in Coaching Psychology. Dr Alison Whybrow has been involved in the development of the coaching psychology profession since the early 2000s. A past chair of the British Psychological Society Special Group in Coaching Psychology, Alison is now an honorary research fellow at the ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research. She runs her own coaching and consulting business.
Contents List of illustrations Notes on the editors and contributors Foreword by Cary L. Cooper Preface and acknowledgements International Society for Coaching Psychology PART 1: Perspectives and research in coaching psychology Introduction Past, present and future Alison Whybrow and Stephen Palmer Coaching and neuroscience Patricia Riddell Self-efficacy within coaching and coaching psychology: an integrated Self-efficacy Coaching Model Diana Aguiar Vieira and Stephen Palmer Goals and Coaching: an integrated evidence-based model of goal-focused coaching and coaching psychology Anthony Grant From positive psychology to the development of positive psychology coaching Sheila Panchal, Stephen Palmer and Suzy Green Research and the practitioner: getting a perspective on evidence as a coaching psychologist Annette Fillery-Travis and Sarah Corrie Understanding evidence-based coaching through the analysis of coaching psychology research methodology Yi-Ling Lai and Stephen Palmer PART 2: Coaching psychology approaches Introduction Section 1: Behavioural and cognitive behavioural approaches Behavioural coaching Jonathan Passmore Cognitive behavioural coaching: An integrative approach Stephen Palmer and Kasia Szymanskia Section 2: Humanistic approaches Person-centred coaching psychology Stephen Joseph and Richard Bryant-Jefferies Motivational interviewing: a specific approach for coaching psychologists Jonathan Passmore and Alison Whybrow Pluralistic coaching Zsofia Anna Utry, Stephen Palmer, John McLeod and Mick Cooper Section 3: Existential approaches An existential approach to coaching psychology Ernesto Spinelli and Caroline Horner Gestalt coaching Julie Allan and Alison Whybrow Mindfulness in coaching: a self-determination theory perspective Gordon B. Spence Compassion focused coaching Chis Irons, Stephen Palmer and Liz Hall Section 4: Being focused approaches Ontological coaching Aboodi Shabi and Alison Whybrow Somatic coaching Eunice Aquilina & Richard Strozzi-Heckler Section 5: Constructive approaches Coaching with personal construct psychology Kieran Duignan Narrative coaching for all (adults, children, groups and communities) Ho Law Solution-focused coaching Bill O'Connell and Stephen Palmer Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and coaching Bruce Grimley Section 6: Systemic approaches Transactional Analysis approaches to coaching Sandra Wilson Systemic constellations approach to coaching and coaching psychology practice Jake Farr and Matt Shepheard Psychodynamic and systems-psychodynamics coaching Vega Zagier Roberts and Halina Brunning PART 3: Application, context and sustainability Section 1: Individual transitions in life and work Personal and Life-coaching psychology Ole Michael Spatan Developmental coaching across life transitions Sheila Panchal, Siobhain O'Riordan and Stephen Palmer Adult learning approaches as an approach to coaching David Lane, Marc Kahn and Lloyd Chapman Career coaching Peter Fennah Stress, resilience, health and wellbeing coaching Helen Williams, Stephen Palmer and Kristina Gyllensten Section 2: Coaching, complexity and system level interventions Coaching at the edge of chaos: a complexity informed approach to coaching psychology Lesley Kuhn and Alison Whybrow Developing coaching within organisations: moving towards a coaching culture Alison Whybrow and Ed Nottingham Leadership and executive coaching Vicky Ellam-Dyson, Dasha Grajfoner, Alison Whybrow and Stephen Palmer Team coaching Sandy Gordon and Doug MacKie PART 4: The profession and ethical practice of coaching psychology Introduction The coaching relationship: a key role in coaching processes and outcomes Alanna O'Broin and Stephe