Title: Dancing and Coaching Psychology: The impact of rhythmic movement or music on the effectiveness of a single peer coaching session by Katharina Leocadia Klyk, Stephen Palmer, and Tanja ZimmermannCitation: Klyk, K. L., Palmer, S., & Zimmermann, T. (2022). Dancing and Coaching Psychology: The impact of rhythmic movement or music on the effectiveness of a single peer coaching session. International Journal of Coaching Psychology, 3, 2, 1-12. https://ijcp.nationalwellbeingservice.com/volumes/volume-3-2022/volume-3-article-2/ AbstractObjective: Coaching has proven to be an […]
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Print ISSN: 1748-1104 Online ISSN: 2396-9628 The Coaching Psychologist, the European publication for coaching psychology, publishes articles on all aspects of research, theory, practice and case studies in the arena of coaching psychology. The journal is peer reviewed and published by the British Psychological Society.
Print ISSN: 1750-2764 Online ISSN: 2396-8753 International Coaching Psychology Review is an international publication with a focus on the theory, practice and research in the field of coaching psychology. The journal is peer reviewed and published by the British Psychological Society.
Online ISSN: 2244-9698 The Danish Journal of Coaching Psychology is a peer reviewed journal focusing on coaching psychology. It is a joint project of the Coaching Psychology research Unit, Dept. of Communication and Psychology at Aalborg University and the Coaching Psychology Unit, Dept. of Exercise and Sports Science, University of Copenhagen. Published by Aalborg University, Denmark.
Focus and scope The International Journal of Coaching Psychology (IJCP) seeks articles with a focus on theory, research and practice of coaching psychology. In addition to research articles, papers can include brief reports, techniques, interventions, strategies, book reviews and conference reports. Editorials are written by the editors on topics of general interest or journal policy. Articles are peer reviewed. Perspectives, leading articles and keynote speeches maybe commissioned from experts in the coaching psychology and applied […]
Coaching Psychology International publishes papers on the research, theory and practice of coaching psychology and allied fields. It also includes news updates from the professional psychology bodies that have reciprocal agreements with the ISCP. Papers are reviewed by the Editors. The journal is listed in SocioWeb and The Academic Resource Index. An aim of CPI is to encourage a range of submissions that contribute to the research, theory and practice of coaching psychology. The following […]
International Congress of Coaching Psychology (ICCP) Our team share their research at the International Congress of Coaching Psychology (ICCP) events which were launched in 2010. The congresses have had a key aim of bringing the global coaching psychology community together. The collaborating organisations promote and host a congress event in their own region. They are responsible for financing and organising their event. Congress events are listed on the ICCP website. At this current time 15 […]
The practice of coaching psychology can 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.