A collection of the best papers over the last 15 years from the journal The Coaching Psychologist.
In Coaching Practiced: Coaching Psychology Tools, Techniques, and Evidence-Based Approaches for Coaches, a team of distinguished researchers delivers an insightful and complete handbook for practicing coaches. From wellbeing to the workplace, coaches of all stripes will find a fulsome discussion of effective methods, strategies, and frameworks for coaching clients.
In the book, the editors include contributions from leading experts that discuss a wide variety of essential topics in the field, including cognitive approaches, motivational interviewing, solution-focused coaching, mindfulness approaches, narrative coaching, and the influence of positive psychology in the field of coaching.
In this accessible and comprehensive resource, readers will also find:
A thorough introduction to the psychology of coaching, including available frameworks
In-depth examinations of reflective practice and professional development, including reflective journaling
Comprehensive discussions of wellbeing coaching, including health and life coaching
Fulsome explorations of workplace coaching, including the Lead, Learn, and Grow Model
Perfect for organizational and athletic leaders, Coaching Practiced: Coaching Psychology Tools, Techniques, and Evidence-Based Approaches for Coaches will also earn a place in the libraries of professional coaches, managers, executives, and others.