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THE BPS DIVISION OF OCCUPATIONAL
PSYCHOLOGY SCOTLAND BRANCH
A Cognitive Behavioural Coaching Approach
Facilitator: Prof Stephen Palmer PhD CPsychol FAC
This half-day workshop will be held at
The Royal Scots Club, Abercromby Place, Edinburgh, Scotland,
Friday, 23rd July, 2012, 9.30am to 12.30pm (registration from 9.15am)
Since the credit crunch in the UK, enhancing employee resilience is becoming increasing popular. This half-day skills based workshop will consider the resilience construct and will identify the characteristics associated with resilience. This workshop includes the ABCDEF cognitive behavioural coaching framework for eliciting Resilience Undermining Thoughts (RUTs) and developing Resilience Enhancing Thoughts (RETs).
This workshop will also provide skills practice for practitioners who want to integrate CBC theory and techniques within their coaching psychology and coaching practice. Pre-workshop reading will be provided: Neenan, M. (2011). Resilience. The Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapist, 14, 1, 31-37.
The objectives of this workshop are to:
· Become knowledgeable about what is resilience
· Identify the characteristics associated with resilience
· Understand the three C’s of Hardiness
· Understand the cognitive behavioural coaching approach and its application to enhancing resilience related cognitions, behaviours and emotion
· Understand and elicit Resilience Undermining Thoughts (RUTs) and thinking errors
· Develop Resilience Enhancing Thoughts (RETs)
· Practise the ABCDEF cognitive behavioural model and techniques in relation to enhancing resilience in work or personal domains using the 5 column RET coaching worksheets
· Use imagery techniques to enhance resilience
· Create a Resilience Development Plan
Facilitator of the workshop:
Professor Stephen Palmer PhD is an award winning Chartered Psychologist, an APECS Accredited Executive Coach and Supervisor, and International Society for Coaching Psychology Accredited Coaching Psychologist and Supervisor. He is on the new BPS SGCP Register of Coaching Psychologists and he is Fellow of the Association for Coaching. He has written or edited 40 books including the Handbook of Coaching Psychology: A Guide for Practitioners (with Whybrow, 2007) and Cognitive Behavioural Coaching in Practice: An Evidence Based Approach (with Neenan, 2011). He is UK Co-ordinating Editor of the International Coaching Psychology Review, and Executive Editor of Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice. He is Director of the Coaching Psychology Unit at City University and Director of the Centre for Coaching, International Academy for Professional Development Ltd, London. He was the first Chair of the BPS Special Group in Coaching Psychology and currently the Treasurer. He is President of the International Society for Coaching Psychology.
Niamh Donnellan on 07957 862304 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to enrol.