Coaching psychology is a distinct branch of academic and applied psychology that focuses on enhancement of performance, development and wellbeing in the broader population. Written by leading experts, the Coaching Psychology series will highlight innovations in the field, linking theory, research and practice. These books will interest professionals from psychology, coaching, mentoring, business, health, human resources and management as well as those interested in the psychology underpinning their coaching and mentoring practice.
Coaching Psychology for Mental Health Borderline Personality Disorder and Personal Psychological Recovery
Introduction to Coaching Psychology
Coaching Psychology Constructivist Approaches
Positive Psychology Coaching in Practice
By Martin O'Connor, Hugh O'Donovan
September 22, 2021
Traditionally, coaching psychologists have worked with people who aren’t experiencing significant mental distress or have diagnosed mental illness. This book describes an innovative and challenging project of bringing coaching psychology to the lived experience of individuals with a diagnosed ...
By Siobhain O'Riordan, Stephen Palmer
April 29, 2021
This collection featuring chapters by leading international practitioners will offer an introduction to coaching psychology for those new to it, including students, trainees, psychologists, and coaches. Introduction to Coaching Psychology covers key topics, including the background and development ...
By Jelena Pavlović
March 04, 2021
Coaching Psychology: Constructivist Approaches presents a comprehensive overview of constructivist approaches to individual, group and team coaching. Jelena Pavlović introduces key ideas and explores a variety of models, tools and techniques, setting out a landscape of constructivist psychology as ...
By Kim Bradley-Cole, Pam Denicolo
October 13, 2020
Based on the philosophy of Personal Construct Psychology (PCP), constructivist coaching is interested in how people interpret their own lives and how they ‘construct’ their sense of reality within their social world. Relationships, social context, individual thought processes, identity, and active ...
By Reinhard Stelter
September 18, 2018
Henley Business School's Coaching Book of the Year 2019! In The Art of Dialogue in Coaching, Reinhard Stelter invites readers to engage in transformative and fruitful dialogues in everyday working life, and provides the theory and tools for them to be able to do so. Presented in three parts, the ...
By Suzy Green, Stephen Palmer
July 04, 2018
Positive Psychology Coaching in Practice provides a comprehensive overview of positive psychology coaching, bringing together the best of science and practice, highlighting current research, and emphasising the applicability of each element to coaching. With an international range of contributors, ...
By Qing Wang
April 11, 2018
The contribution of coaching psychology to educational fields is increasingly recognised. This timely book introduces coaching psychology as a facilitative method to support learning in different educational contexts.Coaching Psychology for Learning: Facilitating Growth in Education is conveniently...
By Windy Dryden
March 30, 2017
In Very Brief Cognitive Behavioural Coaching Windy Dryden presents VBCBC: a unique approach to coaching from a cognitive behavioural perspective which takes place over the course of one to three sessions. The approach is designed to help coachees identify at least one major objective, discuss and ...
By Mark Adams
November 10, 2015
Coaching psychology is a distinct branch of academic and applied psychology that focuses on enhancement of performance, development and wellbeing in the broader population. In Coaching Psychology in Schools, Mark Adams demonstrates how psychological principles and approaches can be applied in ...