We are an international professional membership body established to further the discipline and profession of coaching psychology. With the growing interest in coaching psychology around the world, The International Society for Coaching Psychology hopes to encourage the development of the theory, research and practice in coaching psychology and support coaching psychologists in their work. The international aspect of the Society is reflected in our Honorary Vice Presidents who are based in Australia, Canada, China, Denmark, New Zealand, Portugal, United Kingdom, USA, Greece and, South Africa, Sweden.
WHAT IS COACHING PSYCHOLOGY?
The practice of coaching psychology may be described as a process for enhancing well-being and performance in personal life and work domains underpinned by models of coaching grounded in established adult and child learning or psychological theories and approaches. It is practised by qualified coaching psychologists who have a graduate degree in psychology, relevant post-graduate qualifications, and have undertaken suitable continuing professional development and supervised practice.
CONSIDER JOINING THE SOCIETY?
If you are interested in the developing field and profession of coaching psychology do explore our website and consider joining The International Society for Coaching Psychology. If you are a graduate psychologist, state or country licensed psychologist you will be able to work towards our international certification or accreditation as a coaching psychologist. As a professional body, The Society encourages members to undertake Continuing Professional Development and Education and receive supervision. This will be an essential part of the accreditation and certification process.
COACHING PSYCHOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
The current issue of the Society's publication Coaching Psychology International (CPI) is now available to download in the Members Area of the website. For a short time period only this issue can also accessed by clicking here (Vol 6, Issue 2).
Dr Giles St. J. Burch PhD, University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand
Prof Angela Clow PhD, University of Westminster, London, UK
Dr Prof Cary L. Cooper, CBE, PhD, Lancaster University, UK
Prof Windy Dryden PhD, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Sam Farmer, Chair of Coaching Psychology Special Interest Group, New Zealand
Prof Zhijin Hou, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China
Prof Carol Kauffman PhD, ABPP, Coaching & Positive Psychology Initiative, Harvard Medical School, Belmont, USA
Dr Travis Kemp, PhD, International Graduate School of Business, University of South australia, Australia
Dr Otto Laske PsyD, IDM, USA
Prof Roy Moodley PhD, University of Toronto, Canada
Dr Astrid Palm-Beskow, Swedish Centre for Work Based Learning, Sweden
Prof Stephen Palmer PhD, CPsychol, CSci, Coaching Psychology Unit, City University, London, UK; Centre for Coaching, International Academy for Professional Development Ltd, UK
Prof Nuno Rebelo dos Santos PhD, Dept of Psychology, University of Évora, Portugal
Prof Charles D. Spielberger, University of South Florida, USA
Prof Reinhard Stelter PhD, Coaching Psychology Unit, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Professor Jinkook Tak, Graduate School of Education in Kwangwoon University, Seoul, Korea
Dr Patrick Williams, EdD, Founder of Institute for Life Coach Training, USA
Dr Suzy Green, PhD, Positive Psychology Institute, Australia
Dr Anna Syrek-Kosowska, Poland
Hugh O'Donovan - Coaching Psychology Group (CPG), Division of Work Psychology (DWOP), Psychological Society of Ireland
Dr Silvana Dini, Society for Coaching Psychology Italy, Italy
Per Olof Eriksson, Coaching Psychology Group, Sweden
Dr Anna-Rosa le Roux, (SIOPSA IGCCP) South Africa
Aletta Odendaal, (SIOPSA IGCCP) South Africa
Dr Ole Michael Spaten, Coaching Psychology Research Unit, Aalborg University, Denmark
Dr Arnon Levy, Israel Association for Coaching Psychology
Dr Lisbeth Hurni, PhD, Switzerland
Peter Zarris, Australia