Routledge – 2014 – 288 pages
Written by a team of experts from around the world, each chapter in Coaching Psychology will help you to understand the key concepts, providing you with the essential theory, research and applications for practice.
This is an essential text for all undergraduate students taking modules in coaching and positive psychology, as well as postgraduate students taking courses in coaching psychology, coaching practice, organisational psychology and business psychology. It will also be useful for all students of human resources management, education and sports science with an interest in coaching, mentoring, motivation and employee relations.
Professor Stephen Palmer: Director, Coaching Psychology Unit, City University London; Director, Centre for Coaching, London; UK Co-ordinating Editor, International Coaching Psychology Review; Consultant Editor, The Coaching Psychologist
Dr Siobhain O'Riordan: Research Supervisor and Honorary Research Fellow, Coaching Psychology Unit, City University London; Consultant Editor, The Coaching Psychologist
Professor Robert Bor: Consultant Psychologist, Royal Free Hospital, London. He also has a private practice in North London.