International Society for Coaching Psychology

Promoting excellence in the theory, research and practice of coaching psychology

News and Publications

ISCP Newsletter, March 2017

Posted by Stephen Palmer on March 22, 2017 at 7:40 AM


A warm welcome to our new members who have recently joined the ISCP. This March 2017 ISCP newsletter provides a brief update on news and our activities.

ISCP Cambridge Research Hub: The coordinators of the ISCP Cambridge Research Hub are planning an online research discussion with Dr Kristina Gyllensten to be held in hopefully May, 2017. We will announce more details about the event to our members by email and also over our ISCP social media networks. For more information about the Hub, please visit our website:

Conference: The ISCP was a conference partner at the Health and Wellbeing at Work conference run on the 7-8 March in Birmingham, UK. The ISCP President, Prof Stephen Palmer was the chair for the 1-day Coaching and Coaching Psychology stream. Speakers included the ISCP Chair, Dr Siobhain O'Riordan, Prof Sarah Corrie, the BPS SGCP Research Officer, and one of our new Directors, Dr Gisele Dias, a coaching psychologist and neuroscientist. Often the room was full with 150 delegates. A successful event judging by the positive feedback we received. We thank all the speakers and staff involved in organising the conference stream. You can see photos of all the speakers in action by visiting our twitter feed:

Coaching Psychology International (CPI): We are always looking for articles on coaching and coaching psychology. If interested, please contact the Editor:

Surveys: There is still time to get involved with the ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research study into coaching and coaching psychology practice. If you are a coaching psychologist or a psychologist who coaches then please consider completing the Coaching Psychology Survey:

If you are a coach then please consider completing the Coaching Survey:

ISCP Congress: We are hoping to organise another congress on positive and coaching psychology. Watch this space for more information.

SIOPSA Conference: The ISCP has an MOU with Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology South Africa (SIOPSA). They are holding their 19th Annual SIOPSA Conference, titled: Relevant IOP, Collaborative Solutions and celebrating Diversity. It’s being held on 25 – 27 July 2017 in the CSIR International Conference Centre, Pretoria, South Africa. Full web links are on the ICCP website:

Thank you for your continued support of the ISCP.

From the International Society for Coaching Psychology team.

ISCP website:


Categories: ISCP Newsletters

Post a Comment


Oops, you forgot something.


The words you entered did not match the given text. Please try again.

Already a member? Sign In


Reply Generic cialis
3:13 PM on March 25, 2018 
Hi colleagues, I am for a second time here, and reading this post related to Search engine marketing, its also a fastidious article, therefore keep it up.
Reply Harrison McCarron
9:20 PM on September 5, 2019 
Dolphins are considered as most friendly fishes and spices present on this universe. They can easily live with human and they also love to play with them. Your is quite concise in this case and you should increase that one.
Reply Lisandra Mejia
10:06 AM on September 9, 2019 
It all comes under the study of psychology. Where, we study the behavior of humans and the animals. Casino apps are top popular apps which are easy to install. It is said that scratch cards nz is latest site for scratch card software. This software is available on so just click there to download software. We can also get to know the reason of the behavior of human around the dogs and all that.