ISCP Event Programme
2018 Calendar of Events
8th International Congress of Coaching Psychology, 2018
Coaching & Positive Psychology: Enhancing Resilience, Performance & Health.
Date:11th & 12th October 2018
Venue: NCVO, 8 All Saints Street, London (UK)
Delegate Registration Available at: https://bit.ly/2I3lElL
This Two-Day Conference offers Masterclasses, Keynote and Invited Speakers, Skills-based Sessions and Poster Presentations. The event will focus upon the practice and research of Positive and Coaching Psychology exploring themes such as: Acceptance and Commitment, Appreciative Coaching, Neurodiversity, Self-efficacy, Youth Coaching, Performance and Resilience, Psychophysiology, Ecopsychology, Family Life Coaching, Diversity and Ethics, Research
Please click on our Conference Flyer for further details about the conference session and delegate information (including Early Bird Registration): Conference Flyer
Further details on Session Abstracts and Speaker Biographies can be viewed here: Day One & Two Conference Sessions.
Information and guidance for Poster Presenter Submissions included with the Poster Abstract Submission form is available here.
HEALTH AND WELLBEING @ WORK - 6th and 7th March 2018, NEC Birmingham, UK
The International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) was pleased to support this important event, which was in its 12th successful year. Further information about this conference is available at http://www.healthwellbeingwork.co.uk.
2017: Past Events
7th International Congress of Coaching Psychology, 2017
Positive and Coaching Psychology: Enhancing performance, resilience and wellbeing
Date: Wednesday 18th October, 2017.
Venue: National Council for Voluntary Organisations, 8 All Saints Street, London (UK), N1 9RL
Focused upon the practice and research of Positive and Coaching Psychology, this conference explored themes such as:
Health and Wellbeing, Resilience, Performance, Education, Neuroscience, Research, Ethical Issues in Internal Coaching, The Coaching Alliance.
Our Speaker line-up included: Dr Gisele Dias (Keynote), Dr Yi-Ling Lai, Vicki dePraza, Dr Alanna O'Broin, Prof Stephen Palmer, Dr Alison Whybrow, Rachael Skews, Filomila Papakonstantinou, Dr Ceri Sims, Dr Vince Székely, Prof Ole Michael Spaten, Kevin Ladegaard & Dr Siobhain O'Riordan.
For further details about this event please click here to download our Conference Flyer
Guidelines for Poster Abstract submissions are available here
Session Abstracts and Speaker Information can be viewed here
Poster Presentation Abstracts are here
The Provisional Conference Timetable is available here. Please note this may not be the final version of the timetable and could be subject to change or revised at the discretion of the conference organisers.
Read a Report about experiences from the 2016 Conference at 'What do positive psychology postgraduate students have to say about attending a coaching psychology congress?'
Relationships: Consultation Psychology, Therapy, Coaching Psychology
Date: Friday 15th September, 2017
Venue: Lecture theatre 1.104, Kroghstraede 3, University of Aalborg
Relationships - as the theme of the congress - were explored and presented by leading researchers and practitioners with a multifaceted and complex perspective on relationships. ISCP Hon President, Prof Stephen Palmer was a Keynote Speaker at this congress event looking at the distinctions and boundaries between CBT and CBC.
This event was sponsored by Aalborg University, Department of Communication and Psychology, Center for Qualitative Studies, Danish Psychological Society (DP*SEBC) & the International Society for Coaching Psychology.
Further information is available here
ISCP Cambridge Research Hub Inaugural Meeting 2 May 2017
Why use a mixed methods approach for a doctoral research programme?
Dr Kristina Gyllensten, DPsych
Tuesday 2nd May 2017 at 6pm (GMT) Online Meeting
For further information can be found at: http://www.iscpresearch.org/iscp-research-hubs/iscp-cambridge-research-hub/iscp-cambridge-research-hub-inaugural-meeting-2-may-2017/
HEALTH AND WELLBEING @ WORK 2017
The International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) were pleased to support this important event, which was in its 11th successful year. Further information about this conference is available on the conference programme.
18th November 2016: Middlesex University London
Middlesex University London hosted The Inaugural Coaching @MDX Conference ?Shifting the Evidence: Research, Practice and Impact, on 18th November 2016?
Further details about this groundbreaking event are available here on the Conference Flyer.
We are pleased to announce that Prof Stephen Palmer, Honorary President of the ISCP, ran a workshop on Health and Wellbeing Coaching.
Friday 16th September, 2016: Aalborg University, Denmark
Psychotherapy and Coaching Psychology.
Professor Stephen Palmer gave his inaugural lecture, as Adjunct Professor of Coaching Psychology at Aalborg University, under the conference heading: Psychotherapy, coaching psychology, and coaching: How are the boundaries, margins, and crossroads framed by practitioners and scholars in the scientific community today?
Further details about the conference, including a timetable are available by clicking here.
2016 - The International Congress
6th International Congress of Coaching Psychology, 2016
Congress theme: Positive and Coaching Psychology Through the Life Course
When: Tuesday 26th July, 2016
Where: British Psychological Society, Tabernacle Street, London, UK
We were delighted to welcome delegates from around the world to our Congress event, which focused on the practice and research of Positive and Coaching Psychology exploring themes such as:
- Supporting the success and wellbeing of young people
- Paternity and maternity [including return to work]
- Coaching in an education setting
- Healthy conversation skills
- Stress, resilience and wellbeing
- Health and wellbeing coaching
- Managing life transitions: From 'turning 30' to 'later life'
- The pluralistic approach
Our keynote speaker was Dr Ilona Boniwell, one of Europe's leading positive psychology experts. Her paper was titled: Making Positive Psychology Tangible - using novel methods and interventions in positive psychology coaching.
Our speakers and workshop facilitators included: Prof Stephen Palmer, Michelle Pritchard, Mark Adams, Jennifer Liston-Smith,Wendy Lawrence, Dr Siobhain O'Riordan and Sheila Panchal, Zsófia Anna Utry. [ Speaker Biographies ]
Further information is available here about the Session Summaries *
This International Congress event qualified as continuing professional development (CPD) for ISCP members.
Click here for a Conference Flyer.
Click here for the Conference Programme.
Please note that the ISCP reserved the right to make alterations to the Congress Programme and Timetable.
5th European Coaching Psychologist Conference - 2015
The ISCP sponsored a two-day conference stream at the British Psychological Society Special Group in Coaching Psychology Congress Event, 10-11 December 2015, Breaking New Ground.
Led by Prof Stephen Palmer PISCP and Dr Suzy Green HonVPISCP, the title of the stream was 'Positive Psychology Coaching'.
4th International Congress of Coaching Psychology 2014
The ISCP was pleased to run a conference stream at the British Psychological Society Special Group in Coaching Psychology Congress Event, 11-12 December 2014, Changing Lives, Changing Worlds - Inspiring Collaborations.
The second event for ISCP in 2013 was 'The Coaching Psychology Layer Cake'. This was an evening event held at City University London (UK) on Monday 7th October, between 6.00pm to 9.00pm (Registration and networking 5.30pm). Please click on the links below for:
The format of the evening was designed to offer participants a developmental learning experience of three layers:
- Layer 1: Taking stock again: From the latest Coaching Psychology Survey updates to the development of the discipline and profession internationally. The speaker was Prof Stephen Palmer, Hon President of the ISCP
- Layer 2: Knowing Doing Being: Hitting the sweet spot in practice as a coaching psychologist. A skills-based section facilitated by Dr Alison Whybrow
- Layer 3: A facilitated session that drew together emerging themes and learning from the evening