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Ethical navigation in coaching psychology--A Socratic workshop

J Allan, H Law The Coaching Psychologist 2009

This article first gives a brief overview of the evolving professional context for coaching psychologists. It then provides an overview from a Socratic dialogue workshop at the SGCP 1st European Coaching Psychology Conference in December 2008. The workshop introduced participants to the basic features of Socratic dialogue and then work...

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Understanding ethics in coaching psychology – the application of Socratic dialogue

H Law, J Allan The Coaching Psychologist 2008

This article provides an introduction to using Socratic dialogue in coaching. It aims to help coaching psychologists understand how to demonstrate ethical practices. It first overviews what is meant by Socratic dialogue and then shows how the approach, which coaches may use as part of their practice, can also be a vehicle through which...

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The judicious use of hypnosis in coaching and coaching psychology practice

S Palmer International Coaching Psychology Review 2008

This paper focuses on using hypnosis as an adjunct to coaching to reduce stress and enhance performance when dealing with non-clinical issues such as performance anxiety. Comparisons will be made with the use of relaxation as a technique within coaching. A basic hypnosis script is included.

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