Mental Health in Coaching and Coaching Psychology Practice: Pilot Study

Mental Health in Coaching and Coaching Psychology Practice: Pilot Study 

According to the Health and Safety Executive (UK) work-related stress, depression or anxiety continues to represent a significant ill health condition in the workforce of Great Britain, accounting for 44% of work-related ill health and 57% of working days lost, in 2017/18 (HSE, 2018: 9). There were an estimated 44.7 million adults in the United States with a mental illness in 2016. This number represented 18.3% of all U.S. adults (see National Institute of Mental Health, 2017).

Therefore it is likely that coaches and coaching psychologists in their practice will have coachees who may be experiencing mental health problems. This is a pilot study which focuses on how practitioners assist their coachees with mental health problems. It also asks questions relating to your practice, training and supervision.
This survey should take about 10 minutes of your time to complete depending upon whether or not you leave additional comments. There are 20 questions in total including the additional comments or feedback boxes.

The research has been approved by the International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP). Your individual responses will remain confidential and all material published, including any quotes, will be anonymised.

We intend publishing the results of this survey. Your completion of the survey confirms that you agree to us publishing the results and presenting them at events and conferences in the usual manner.

Thank you for your support which is much appreciated.

Survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MentalHealthInCoachingPractice

If you have any queries, please contact us at: research@isfcp.net

Professor Stephen Palmer PhD
ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research

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Press Release: New Journal, The European Journal of Counselling Theory, Research and Practice is launched on 18 April 2017

Press Release

New Journal, The European Journal of Counselling Theory, Research and Practice is launched on 18 April 2017

We are delighted to officially launch the European Journal of Counselling Theory, Research and Practice (EJC-TRAP). The EJC-TRAP is a
peer reviewed journal focusing on all aspects of the theory, research and practice of counselling and psychotherapy. The Co-editors are Professor Stephen Palmer, Dr Kristina Gyllensten, Dr Siobhain O’Riordan and Kasia Szymanska.

The editors welcome the following types of contributions:

1. Original research
2. Review articles
3. Brief reports
4. Techniques, interventions and strategies
5. Conference, congress and symposium reports
6. Book reviews

The Co-ordinating Editor, Professor Stephen Palmer stated: ‘Our new journal, the European Journal of Counselling Theory, Research and Practice, offers a different approach to publishing. Many of our articles will be available to read online without the authors having to pay an article processing charge. I am pleased to be working with an experienced editorial and publishing team. I thank the European Association for Counselling in being a lead professional body sponsor of this journal’.

The editors look forward to receiving contributions reflecting the counselling and psychotherapy field in Europe and beyond. Visit the website for further information about submissions.

Further Information

The journal is published by the National Wellbeing Service Ltd.

For further details, contact Prof Stephen Palmer, the Co-ordinating Editor: editor@nationalwellbeingservice.com

Release date: 18/4/2017

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