Web resources

Coaching Knowledge Portal

Resource for anyone interested in coaching to find out information

https://www.coachingknowledgeportal.org/about-us/

Google Scholar

A web-based scholarly search engine

https://scholar.google.com

International Coach Federation Research Portal

A searchable system for research related to the coaching industry

https://researchportal.coachfederation.org

International Congress of Coaching Psychology

Key aim of bringing the global coaching psychology community together

https://www.coachingpsychologycongress.net

ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research

Supports international collaboration on different aspects of coaching psychology research

https://www.iscpresearch.org

ResearchGate

A web-based academic social network

https://www.researchgate.net

Coaching psychology professional bodies

A list of websites for coaching and psychology professional bodies is provided by Palmer and Whybrow (2019, pp. 585-586).

The Australian Psychological Society, Interest Group in Coaching Psychology (APS IGCP)

British Psychological Society, Special Group in Coaching Psychology (BPS SGCP)

Swiss Society for Coaching Psychology (SSCP)

Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology of South Africa, Interest Group in Coaching and Consulting Psychology (SIOPSA IGCCP)

Danish Psychological Association, Society for Evidencebased Coaching (SEBC)

International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) (Prior to 2011 known as Society for Coaching Psychology)

Collegi Oficial de Psicologia de Catalunya, Section of Work and Organisational Psychology, Working Group in Coaching (COPC CGCOP WG) (The Coaching Psychology Section was formalised in 2012.) Psychological Society of Ireland, Division of Work and Organisational Psychology, Coaching Psychology Group (PSI DWOP CPG). In 2018 it became the PSI Special Interest Group in Coaching Psychology

Hungarian Association for Coaching Psychology New Zealand Psychological Society, Coaching Psychology Special Interest Group (CPSIG)

Association of Coaching Psychologists* (Swedish Psych.

Assoc, affiliated, 2018)

Israel Association for Coaching Psychology (IACP) Dutch Psychological Association. Work and

Organisation Section, Coaching Psychology Group (DPA WO CPG) (The CPG ceased in 2015.)

Australia 2002

United Kingdom 2004

Switzerland 2006 South Africa 2006

Denmark 2007

International 2008

Spain 2008

Ireland 2008

Hungary 2008

New Zealand 2009

Sweden 2009

Israel 2010

Netherlands 2010-2016

Japan Society of Coaching Psychology (JCPA.

Japan 2011

Independent)

Society for Coaching Psychology Italy (SCP, Independent)

Italy 2011

Korean Coaching Psychological Association (KCPA), Korean Psychological Association (KPA)

South Korea 2011

Society of Consulting Psychology (Division 13), American Psychological Association (APA)

USA 2012

Hungarian Psychological Association, Coaching

Psychology Division

Hungary 2014

Coaching Psychology Special Interest Groups, Singapore Psychological Society.

Singapore 2016

Serbian Association for Coaching Psychology (Independent)

Serbia 2018

Reference

Palmer, S., & Whybrow, A. (2019). Handbook of coaching psychology: A guide for practitioners (2nd ed.). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Index

Note: Italicized page numbers refer to figures, bold page numbers refer to tables

16PF questionnaire 104

Aalborg University Coaching Centre (AUCC) 117-18

ABCDEF model 12, 41-2, 204 acceptance 42-3 acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) 39, 43-4, 44. 48-9

Adams, S. 149

adrenal glands 83

adult learning theory 12, 176

Ahn, H. 184

Akhtar, A. 91

Allan, J. 54, 59, 61

American Psychological Association (APA) 150, 163, 207

animal-assisted coaching 86-7, 92 animal-assisted interventions (AAI) 87 APS Coaching Psychology Interest

Group (CPIG) 6

Arnett, Jeffrey 113-14

Ashby, J.S. 182

Assaglioli. Roberto 53

assessment in coaching: coach preparation 69-70; coachees’ role in 67; coaching psychologists' role in 67; coaching psychologists’ skills and competencies 74-5; and coaching types 71-2; contracting 68-9; formal 72-3; initial 68-9; overview 66;

popularity of 72; rapport building 68-9; session setup 69-70; during sessions 70-1; team or group 71; uses of 67; using 73 4; validated psychometrics 67

Athanasopoulou, A. 101

Australian Psychological Society (APS)

5, 142, 163

Bachkirova, Tatiana 69,

141-53, 151

Baltzell, A. 91

Bandler, Richard 58

Bandura, A. 90

Bannister, Don 57

Baron, L. 181

BASIC ID model 60

Bebbington. P. 148

Beck, A.T. 39, 40

behavioural coaching 39, 39-40, 46

Bellaeau, Marie-Clarie 163

Berg. Insoo Kim 38

Berry, R.M. 182

best possible future self 132-3

biofeedback 71

blended coaching 148

Boniwell, I. 132

Bordin, E.S. 23

boundaries 22-3; defining 142 4; lack of clarity 143; managing with other practices 147-8

Bourne, A. 103

Boyce, L.A. 148

British Psychological Society (BPS) 142, 144. 163, 207; Practice Guidelines 145-6; primary ethical principles 145;

Special Group in Coaching

Psychology (SGCP) 5, 6

Brugha, T. 148

Buckle, T. 73

Burke, Tarana 162

Campbell, M.A. 148

case studies: coaching in organisations 107 9; diversity coaching 167-70; equine-facilitated coaching 194-5; internal coaching 203 4; life and career planning 201-2; life and personal coaching 135-6; “mindful walk and talk” 199-200; stress 196-7; youth coaching 117-20

Cavanagh, M. 128, 131, 142-3, 151 Chartered Institute of Personnel and

Development (CIPD) 99

chemistry meeting 183

Civil Rights Act 1964 (United

States) 160

Clarkson, P. 54

Climate Coaching Alliance 208

Clutterbuck, D. 148

coachees: focus on agenda 121; initial assessment 118-20; self-efficacy 182; views 22-3

coaches: preparation 69-70; role in organisations 104-5; views 22-3

coaching: animal-assisted 86-7; behavioural 39 40, 46; versus coaching psychology 143; cognitive behavioural 40-2, 47-8, 178-81;

definition of 4; health and wellbeing 84-5; solution-focused 38, 44-6, 180-1; sports 86; types 71-2;

wellness 92 4

coaching alliance: case study 31-2; coach’s behaviour in 183 4; considerations 26; critical moments 29; definition of 21-2; engagement difficulties 29-30; goals 27; interpersonal interactions 30; limitations or disadvantages 28-9; social contextual factors in 184;

stakeholders 30: topics 27

Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice 11

Coaching at Work 11

coaching in organisations: applications 102-3; case study 107-9; engagement 105-7; one-to-one basis 105; overview 99-100; practical arrangements 105-7; psychological theory 101-2;

psychometrics 103-4; roles of coaches 104-5

Coaching Perspectives 11

coaching practice, and working alliance theory 25

coaching psychologists: competency framework for 142-3; ethics 144-7;

professional status 143; role in assessment 67; role in organisations 104-5; skills and competencies 74-5

coaching psychology: approaches 37-44; assessment in 66-75; boundaries 142-4; versus coaching in general 143; coaching relationship’s relevance to 24; constructive approaches 56-9, 61-2; definition of 5-6, 113, 142;

e-coaching 148-50: ecopsychology-informed 9; effectiveness of 177;

equine-facilitated 194-5; ethics 144-7; future of 205-12; gestalt approaches 54; humanistic approaches 59-60;

integrative approaches 55-6, 60-1; links with other areas of psychology 9-13; and mental health 7-8, 8;

models 37 44; in organisations 107-9; person-centred 53-4; role of 7;

specialisms in 81-95; topics in 6-9

Coaching Psychology International (CPI) 11

coaching psychology research: applications of results 185-6; coaching relationships 181-5; cognitive behavioural coaching (CBC) 178-9; directions and suggestions for 184-5; on effectiveness of coaching approaches 176-7; GROW model 179—80; overview 176-7

Coaching Psykologi 11

coaching relationship: areas of specialism 26-7; bonds in 21; boundaries 22-3; building 19-20; and coaching outcomes 24-5; commitment in 19; conceptual approaches in 23; goals 21; in humanistic approaches 60;

mutual reciprocal obligations in 22; relevance to coaching psychology 24; skills and styles 27; strategies 24;

tailoring 20; tasks 21; techniques 24; trust in 19; working alliance in 20-2

coaching relationships: and coaching outcomes 182; match between coach and coachee 183; research 181—4; use of the term 21

Coaching Through COVID 209

Code of Ethics and Conduct 144

Code of Ethics and Practice 163

Code of Human Research Ethics 144 cognitive behavioural approach 39 cognitive behavioural coaching (CBC) 40-2, 47-8; acceptance-based 42-3, 48-9; research 178-9

cognitive behavioural therapy

(CBT) 176

cognitive theory 82

cognitive therapy 39 cognitive-behavioural solution-focused

coaching (CB-SFC) 82, 84-5, 180-1 commitment 19

confidentiality 30 constructive approaches 56-9,

61-2

Consulting Psychology Journal 11 continued professional development

(CPD) 150-1

contracting 106-7

Cooper, Cary 208 coping 130 cortisol 83 counselling psychologists 143, 185 COVID-19 pandemic 133, 205-9,

210 12

critical moments 29

critical self 86

Culpin, V. 69

Curd. J. 69 curiosity 135

Davis, S. 68

De Haan, E. 69, 151

De Shazer, Steve 38

Depression Anxiety Stress Scale (DASS-42) 118

developmental function 152 dialectical behaviour therapy 39 Dias, Gisele 81-95

DiClemente, C.C. 69, 129

Digital Age practice guideline 149

Diochon, P. 145 discrimination 164-5 distant coaching 148 diversity: definition of 159-60; and equality 161-2; and ethics 160-2 diversity coaching 159-70; case study 167—70; intercultural models 164; and intersectionality 162-3; practice and application 165-7; universal integrated framework 164-5

Dopson, S. 101

Douglas, C.A. 128

Dow Schull, N. 71

Downey, M. 4

Drake, D. 58

Dryden, W. 22-3, 30

Duffy, M. 145

Duignan, K. 57

e-coaching 148-50

ecopsychology 9

Edgerton, N. 56

education 116-17

Ellis, Albert 39, 40, 204

emerging adulthood 113-14, 121-2;

see also youth

empirical questions 41

empty nest 130

engagement 129

epoché 166

equality 161-2

Equality Act 2010 (United Kingdom) 160

Equality Act 2019 (United States) 160

equine-facilitated coaching

psychology 194-5

Erikson, E. 130

ethical capabilities 145

ethical maturity 145

ethical moments of choice 146

ethics: in coaching psychology 144-6;

and diversity 160-2; and use of assessments 146-7

European Human Rights Act 1998 160

evidence-based practice 12

experiential learning 58

externalisation 166

Facebook 161

FaceTime 149

Fairtlough, G. 61

Fatien Diochon, P. 184

Federation of Swiss Psychologists

(FSP)143

felt sense 200

Fields-Pattinson, Lizz 194-5

fight-and-flight response 83

fitness trackers 71

formal assessments 72-3

Fransella, Fay 57

Gallwey, Timothy 86, 91 gender equality 161 Gessnitzer, S. 183 Gessnitzer, T. 67 gestalt approaches 54, 59-60 Gilbert, P. 91

Global Code of Ethics 132

Glover, D. 91

Gnilka, P.B. 182

goal theory 12

Google Scholar 12

Gordon, S. 102

Goregaokar, H. 183

Gracie, Carrie 161

Grajfoner. D. 87

Grant. A.M. 4, 5, 12, 56, 68, 102, 127-8, 128, 131, 142-3, 151, 176, 181

GraBmann, C. 4, 182

gratitude visit 132

Gray, D E. 183

Greene, R.M. 127-8

Griffith, Coleman 86

Griffiths, K. 148

Grimley, Bruce 58

Grinder, John 58

group coaching assessment 71

GROW model 40, 44, 46, 86, 103, 134, 177, 179-80

Guillon, A. 90

Gyllensten, Kristina 194-5

Handbook of Coaching Psychology (Palmer/Whybrow) 5

Harrington, S. 70

Hawkins, P. 106

Hazen, B. 203

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) 15, 143, 150

health and wellbeing coaching: cognitive-behavioural solution-focused coaching (CB-SFC) 84-5; motivational interviewing (MI) 85; positive psychology coaching (PPC) 85; practice and application 88-90; psychological approaches to 84

health enhancing thinking (HET) 88 health inhibiting thinking (HIT) 88 Heinzen, B. 61

Henderson, Alanna 18-33

Hettema, J. 85

Hogan Development Survey 104 Horner, Caroline 61

hot cognitions 41

Hultgren, U. 102

human resource department 30 human rights 161

humanistic approaches 53-5, 59-60 hypothalamus 83

imagery exercises 90-1 information processing theory 12 The Inner Game of Tennis (Gallwey) 86 INSIGHT framework 133-4, 134,

210 12

integrative approaches 55, 55-6, 60-1 integrative coaching models 56 Integrative Learning System (ILS)

164, 165

integrative narrative coaching 165 Interest Group in Coaching Psychology

(IGCP) 5, 142 internal coaching 203-4 International Congress of Coaching

Psychology 10

International Journal of Coaching

Psychology (IJCP) 11

International Journal of Evidenced Based

Coaching & Mentoring 11 International Society for Coaching

Psychology (ISCP) 9, 142, 163, 207-8 interpersonal interactions 30 intervention 113 lordanu, I. 145 Ireland, S. 164

ISCP International Centre for Coaching

Psychology Research (ICCPR) 7

Jenkins, R. 148 journals 11 justification 166

Kamphorst, B. 149

Karasarlidou, C, 149

Karatsoreos, K.I. 83 Kauffeld, S. 67, 184 Kauffman, C. 132 Kaur, G. 83 Kegan, R. 57 Kelly, George 57, 61, 130 Kets de Vries, M.F.R. 71 Kokotovic, A. 182 Kolb, D.A. 58

Kotsopoulou, A. 149

Koutsompou, V. 149

Kumar, A. 83

Kurz, R. 73

Laboratory for Research in Athletics 86 Lai, Yi-Ling 100, 105, 175-86, 184 Law, Ho 58, 159-71

Lawton Smith, C. 151

Lazarus. A. 55-6

Leontopoulou, S. 133 letter from the future 135 Levinson, D.J. 130 life and career planning 201-2 life and personal coaching: aims of 127-8; assumptions in 128-9; best possible future self 132-3; case study 135-6, 201-2; contracting 131; definition of 127-8; global standards and regulations in 132; gratitude visit 132; GROW model 134; identification of and focus on strengths in 133;

INSIGHT framework 133-4, 134;

Lifeline Map 134; positive emotions about the future 132; positive psychology in 129; practice and application 131-4; savouring 132; techniques 132-3: "Three Good Things” exercise 132, 133; and transtheoretical model of change 129, 130; VIP tool 133; Wheel of Life method 134

Lifeline Map 134

Lightman, S. 91

Linley, A. 70

logical questions 41 loneliness 116 Louis, D. 184

love of learning 135

Lyubomirsky, S. 133

Machawal, L. 83

MacKie, D. 102

Maslow, Abraham 53

Matheny 182

Maxwell. A. 148

May, Rollo 53

MBTI Instrument 104

McCall, Leslie 163

McCauley, C.D. 128

McDowall, A. 72, 73

McEwan, K. 91

McEwen, B.S. 83

McKenna, D.D. 68

McManus, S. 148

meditation 91

Melis, A. 149

mental health 7-8, 8

#MeToo movement 161-3

Milano, Alyssa 161, 163

Miller, W.R. 85

mindful coach 91

“mindful walk and talk” 199-200 mindfulness 42-3, 90, 91, 165 mindfulness meditation 91 mindfulness-based coaching 42-3, 48-9,

91, 165-7, 199-200

mindfulness-based cognitive therapy 39 mindfulness-informed coaching 91 mindfulness-integrated cognitive

behaviour therapy (MiCBT) 91

miracle question 38

Morin, L. 182

Motivation Questionnaire 104 motivational interviewing (MI) 85, 89-90

Mouton, A. 86

MSCEIT (emotional intelligence) 104 multimodal approaches 55-6 mutual reciprocal obligations 22 Myers, Adrian 141-53

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

(MBTI) 183

narrative coaching 58

National Health Service 209 neuro-linguistic programming

(NLP) 58-9

New Zealand Psychological

Society 207

Niezen, M. 149

Nizet, J. 145

normative function 152

Nottingham. E. 106

Nottingham, E. 100. 101, 102

O'Broin, Alanna 18-33

occupational psychologists 143

O’Connor, S. 12

O'Donovan, Hugh 199-200

online coaching 148

OPQ 104

O'Riordan, Siobhain 9, 81-95, 99-109, 101, 102, 127-36, 130, 146. 193-4, 205-12

OSKAR framework 38

Palmer, Stephen 4 5, 5, 9, 10, 18-33, 37-50, 56, 81-95, 99-109, 100, 102, 105, 127-36, 130, 146, 175-86, 184, 193-4, 205-12, 206

Panchai, Sheila 127-36

panic attacks 199-200

Papakonstantinou, Filomila 203 4 parenting 115

Park, N. 133

Passmore, J. 56, 72, 104, 145, 178

peer issues 130

performance enhancing thoughts (PITs) 42, 47

performance inhibiting thoughts (PITs)

41, 47

Peris, Fritz 53, 54

Peris, Laura 54

PERM A model 12, 129

personal construct psychology 57

person-centred coaching psychology 53-4, 59

Peterson, C. 70, 133

pituitary gland 83

pluralistic approaches 56

positive emotions 129

positive psychology 5-6

positive psychology coaching (PPC) 82, 85, 129

power 199, 199-200

power dynamics 105

PRACTICE model 42-3, 88-9, 103

pragmatic questions 41

prejudice 164-5

“problem disappeared" technique 38

Prochaska, J.O. 69, 129

professional bodies 217-18

professional boundaries; see boundaries

professional relationship 182

Projects 209

psychological intervention 113

psychological well-being theory 12

psychometrics 67, 70, 103 4

Psychometrics in Coaching

(Passmore) 72-3

psychotherapy 185 publications 11, 214-15 Purtova, N. 149

randomised controlled trials (RCTs) 176

rapport building 93

rational coaching 40

rational emotive behaviour coaching 40 rational-emotive therapy 39 recognition 164 Rehman, H. 178 representation 164 ResearchGate 12 resilience 83 respect 164 responsibility 164 restorative function 152 rights 164 Rinwa, P. 83 Rockcliff, H. 91 Rogers, Carl 53-4, 59 Rollnick, S. 85 Rosinski, P. 164 Rowan, John 53 4

Saville Consulting Wave 104 savouring 132 Schermuly, C.C. 4 scientist-practitioner model 142-3 Scott-Hamilton, J. 91 self-actualisation 12, 176 self-determination 12, 176 self-efficacy 12, 90, 182 self-transformation 176 Seligman, Martin 70, 129, 133 Silberman, J. 132 Sin, N.L. 133 single-school approaches 55 Skews, Rachael 37-50 Skype 105, 131, 149, 206 SMART model 103, 131 Smewing, C. 72, 73 Smith. H. 184 social network 116

SOLUTION model 38, 89 solution-focused brief therapy 38 solution-focused coaching (SFC) 38, 45-6, 180-1

solution-focused theory (SFT) 176 SPACE model 42, 56, 60, 89, 197 Spaten, Ole Michael 112-23, 129 Special Group in Coaching Psychology (SGCP) 142, 144-5

specialisms in coaching psychology: animal-assisted coaching 86-7, 92; cognitive theory 82; cognitive-behavioural solution-focused coaching (CB-SFC) 82; health and wellbeing coaching 84-5, 88-90; overview 81-2; positive psychology coaching (PPC) 82; sports coaching 86, 90-1

sponsors 30

sports coaching 86, 90-1

Standards Framework for Coaching

Psychology 150

Steckler, A. 203

Steele, Catherine 66-75, 85

Steen, T. 133

strategic intersectionality 163 strengths 129, 133

StrengthsFinder 204 stress 83-4, 130, 196-7 “Sturm und Drang” 116 subjective matching 183 supervision 151-3; developmental function 153; normative function 152; restorative function 152

sympathetic nervous system 83 systemic reviews (SRs) 176-7

Target Complaint Scale (TCS) 182 team coaching 102 team coaching assessment 71 Team Management Systems 104 telecoaching 148 telepsychology 150

The Coaching Psychologist (TCP) 11 theories 12

therapeutic relationship 182 “three good things” exercise 132, 133 Tracey, T.J. 182

transtheoretical model of change 69, 129, 130

trust 19

Turner, E. 106

Twist, Lynne 58

Universal Integrative Framework (UIF) 164, 165

values in action classification of strengths 70

values in action (VIA) classification of strengths 129, 135

van Nieuwerburgh, C. 146

van Oudtshoorn, Mike 61

Vedder, A. 149

VIA Institute on Character 135

video conferencing 105 views 22-3

VIP tool 133

Virgili, M. 91

virtual coaching 148

voice over internet protocol (VOIP) 149

VSee 105

walk and talk coaching 92

Wampold, B.E. 184

web resources 216

wellness coaching: case study 92—4;

maintenance focus 94: positive change promotion 93 4; rapport building 93 wellness wheel 71

Wheel of Life 134, 135

Whitmore, John 4, 86, 90

Whybrow, Alison 4-5, 10, 52-62, 54, 59, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106

Will, T. 67

Williams, P. 145

Working Alliance Inventory (WAI) 182 Working Alliance Inventory-Short

Form (WAI-S) 182

working alliance theory 20-2, 23, 26;

and coaching practice 25

workplace coaching programme (WCP) 181

World Health Organisation (WHO) 207

Yontef, G. 54

youth: being alone/leaving home 115-16; definition of 113-14; education 116-17; growing up 115: independence 115; life circumstances 117; parenting 115; responsibility 115; social network 116; time management 115; trying new things 116

youth coaching: assessment 120-1; case study 117-20; focus on coachee’s agenda 121-2; initial assessment of coachee 118; learning points 120-2; limitations 122; points of interests 114-15; in practice 117; in-between session assignments 121; sessions 118-20

Zoom 105, 206

 
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