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International Coaching Psychology Review Vol 7 No 2 September 2012

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International Coaching Psychology Review Vol 7 No 2 September 2012

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of coaching psychology.


 

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Contents

Editorial: The development of coaching psychology internationally goes from strength to strength
Stephen Palmer & Michael Cavanagh

Papers

An integrated model of goal-focused coaching: An evidence-based framework for teaching and practice
Anthony M. Grant

Coaching as a learning methodology - a mixed methods study in driver development using a randomised controlled trial and thematic analysis
Jonathan Passmore & Hannah Rehman

What is personality change coaching and why is it important?
Lesley S. Martin, Lindsay G. Oades & Peter Caputi

Back to Basics II: How the research on attachment and reflective-self function is relevant for coaches and consultants today
Erik de Haan

Keynotes

Strengths-based approaches to developing mental toughness: Team and individual
Sandy Gordon

Looking back to see the future: The influence of humanistic and transpersonal psychology on coaching psychology today
Patrick Williams

Cross-disciplinary perspectives in coaching psychology

Editorial
Michael Cavanagh & Stephen Palmer

Restoring meaning and wholeness - the role for coaching after a trauma
Noreen Tehrani, Diana Osbourne & David Lane

The ABCDE of Writing: Coaching high-quality high-quantity writing
Maria Gardiner & Hugh Kearns

Book review

Creating a Coaching Culture, by Peter Hawkins
Reviewed by David Lane

Reports

2nd International Congress of Coaching Psychology - Australia
David Heap

Special Group in Coaching Psychology News
Mary Watts

Interest Group in Coaching Psychology News
David Heap

International Coaching Psychology Review - Volume index 2012