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The necessary and sufficient conditions of therapeutic personality change.

C Rogers Journal of Consulting Psychology 1957

"For constructive personality change to occur, it is necessary that these conditions exist and continue over a period of time: (1) Two persons are in psychological contact. (2) The first, whom we shall term the client, is in a state of incongruence, being vulnerable or anxious. (3) The second person, whom we shall term the therapist, is c...

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Facilitating emotional change: The moment-by-moment process

L Greenberg, L Rice, R Elliott The Guilford Press 1993

While emotions are often given a negative connotation people are described as being "too emotional" or as needing to "control their emotions" this book demonstrates that emotions are organizing processes that enhance adaptation and problem solving. Within an experiential therapy framework, the volume shows how to work with moment-by-momen...

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Resistance, motivational interviewing, and executive coaching.

P Harakas Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 2013

In the sphere of executive coaching, there is great need for the development of mature, refined, and nuanced theoretical conceptualizations. This review attempts to bridge the insights gained from specific areas of social, clinical, and counseling psychology with the executive coaching literature. The article reviews and discusses theoret...

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Development and validation of the Working Alliance Inventory.

L Greenberg, A Horvath Journal of Counseling Psychology 1989

Present stages of development and preliminary validation of a self-report instrument for measuring the quality of alliance, the Working Alliance Inventory (WAI). The measure is based on Bordin's (1980) pantheoretical, tripartite (bonds, goals, and tasks) conceptualizaton of the alliance. Results from 3 studies were used to investigate the...

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Relation between working alliance and outcome in psychotherapy: A meta-analysis.

A Horvath, B Symonds Journal of Counseling Psychology 1991

Results of 24 studies (based on 20 distinct data sets) relating the quality of the working alliance (WA) to therapy outcome were synthesized using meta-analytic procedures. A moderate but reliable association between good WA and positive therapy outcome was found. Overall, the quality of the WA was most predictive of treatment outcomes ba...

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Coaching for Professional Development

J DiGirolamo 2015

Coaching can be an effective and integral component of leadership development programs. Popular among human resource professionals and clients, coaching facilitates leaders’ professional growth and helps to build a powerful team—from executives to first-line managers and team leaders. Coaching has a proven track record of success, and man...

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Motivational Coaching: A Functional Juxtaposition of Three Methods for Health Behaviour Change: Motivational Interviewing, Coaching, and Skilled Helping

C Newnham-Kanas, D Morrow, JD Irwin International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2010

The purpose of this paper was to explore the unique qualities/characteristics/components of the Co-Active coaching model compared to Motivational Interviewing and Egan’s Skilled Helper Model. Six questions pertaining to the creation, purpose, and process of the therapeutic alliance; and the relationship between practitioner and client ...

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Successful navigation of the stormy seas: What factors lead to a successful transition from the quarterlife crisis?

H Dabis, J Yates The Coaching Psychologist 2014

The aim of this study is to understand what factors allow for a successful transition from the quarterlife crisis. An identity crisis at the core, the quarterlife crisis is experienced as a stressful time of life re-evaluation that leads to a change in life structure. This research study interviewed four participants who had experienced...

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Problem-focused coaching in a mainstream primary school: Reflections on PRACTICE

M Adams The Coaching Psychologist 2012

This article describes the successful application of the problem-solving processes outlined in Stephen Palmer’s PRACTICE framework to a real-life school-based organisational problem. The coach’s role and contribution to the process is identified at each stage. A problem-solving approach in general, and the PRACTICE model in particular,...

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Life coaching: Origins, direction and potential risk--why the contribution of psychologists is needed more than ever

J Senior The Coaching Psychologist 2007

A review of life coaching was conducted using counselling and counselling psychology as a comparison to highlight potential risk of unethical practice due to inadequate research and a lack of industry regulation. The origins of life coaching and executive coaching are explored; along with current media interest which is argued may be i...

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Self-management and the coaching relationship: Exploring coaching impact beyond models and methods.

T Kemp International Coaching Psychology Review 2008

Whilst there is growing interest within the emerging coaching psychology literature in exploring specific coaching methods and their relative efficacies, little attention has been afforded the investigation of the relationship itself that is formed between coach and client. In addition, any exploration of the personality, psychodynamic...

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From coach to coach supervisor – a shift in mind-set

M Lucas International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2017

Coaching supervision is a relatively recent development, but already competency frameworks and content and process models exist. What does not yet exist is an articulation of coach supervisors’ attitudes, and how these drive delivery and influence how relationships are managed. In this article, based on current literature and my experienc...

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The state and future of coaching supervision

J Tkach, J DiGirolamo International Coaching Psychology Review 2017

As the coaching industry has grown over the past twenty years, so has the interest in coaching supervision. Although most in the industry agree that supervision plays a valuable role, few agree about what that role should actually be. Even the de nition of coaching supervision is widely debated. This paper provides background and history ...

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Understanding the experience of midlife women taking part in a work-life balance career coaching programme: An interpretative phenomenological analysis

C Brown, J Yates International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2018

Midlife women currently have the highest ever presence in the workplace with many juggling work with demanding home lives. Women are reporting increased dissatisfaction with their work-life balance yet few studies exist exploring how practical interventions might help. This action-research involved five female participants, based in Londo...

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Reciprocal peer coaching: A constructivist methodology for enhancing formative assessment strategy in tertiary education

L Matthewman, J Nowlan, K Hyvönen International Coaching Psychology Review 2018

Reciprocal peer coaching (RPC) as a form of peer-assisted learning has an important part to play in formative assessment strategy. The primary objective of this article is to evaluate the effective use of RPC as a formative assessment strategy. A multi-method phenomenological research design was employed using purposive sampling. Seventy ...

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Presence in Executive Coaching Conversations – The C2 Model

R Noon International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2018

Presence is considered by the practitioner community to be a key factor in coaching effectiveness and is recognised as an important coaching competence. Yet to date, there has been little formal research into this phenomenon in executive coaching. By adopting a constructivist stance, this qualitative study uses the methodology of conceptu...

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