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DIRECTOR: Professor Stephen Palmer PhD

BOOKS/TRAINING MANUALS


Palmer, S., and Dryden, W. (1995). Counselling for Stress Problems. London: Sage.

Palmer, S., Dryden, W., Ellis, A., and Yapp, R. (Eds). (1995). Rational Interviews. London: Centre for Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy.

Palmer, S. and Strickland, L. (1995) Stress Management: A Quick Guide. Cambridge: Daniels.

James, I. and Palmer, S. (1996). Professional Therapeutic Titles: Myths and Realities. Leicester: British Psychological Society.

Palmer, S. and Burton, T. (1996). Dealing with People Problems at Work. Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill.

Palmer, S., Dainow, S. and Milner, P. (1996). Counselling: The BAC Course Reader. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and Dryden, W. (eds) (1996). Stress Management and Counselling: theory, practice, research and methodology. London: Cassell.

Palmer, S. and Strickland, L. (1996). Stress Management: A Quick Guide. (2nd. Edition). Folens: Dunstable.

Ellis, A., Gordon, J., Neenan, M. and Palmer, S. (1997). Stress Counselling: A Rational Emotive Behaviour Approach. London: Cassell.

Palmer, S. and McMahon, G. (eds) (1997). Client Assessment. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and Varma, V. (eds) (1997). The Future of Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and McMahon, G. (eds) (1997). Handbook of Counselling. London: Routledge.

Palmer, S. and Milner, P. (1997). Help on The Line. Cambridge: National Extension College. (Audiotape, trainer's manual and handouts on telephone counselling).

Palmer, S. and Burton, T. (1997). Dealing with People Problems at Work. : McGraw-Hill Taiwan. (Chinese version)

Milner, P. and Palmer, S. (1998). Integrative Stress Counselling: A Humanistic, Problem Focused Approach. London: Cassell.

Palmer, S. and Laungani, P. (1999). Counselling in a Multicultural Society. London: Sage.

Scott, M. J. and Palmer, S. (2000). Truama and Post Traumatic Stress. London: Cassell.

Palmer, S (ed) (2000). Introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy: The Essential Guide. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and Woolfe, R. (eds) (2000). Integrative and Eclectic Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: Sage.

Bor, R., Josse, J. and Palmer, S. (2000). Stress-Free Flying. Dinton: Mark Allen Publishing.

Cooper, C. L. and Palmer, S. (2000). Conquer Your Stress. London: Institute of Personnel and Development.

Curwen, B., Palmer. S. and Ruddell, P. (2000). Brief Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. London: Sage.

Scott, M. and Palmer, S. (2000). Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. London, Cassell. pp. 152.

Palmer, S. and Satoru, S. (2001) Introduction to Counselling & Psychotherapy: The Essential Guide. (Japanese abridged version). Tokyo: Tuttle-Mori Agency Inc.

Milner, P. and Palmer, S. (Eds) (2001). Counselling: The BACP Counselling Reader, Vol. 2. London: Sage. (92 chapters)

Bor, R., Josse. J. and Palmer, S. (2001). Die Angst vor dem Fliegen uberwinden. Zurich: Oesch Verlag AG.

Bor, R. and Palmer, S. (Eds) (2002). A Beginner’s Guide to Training in Counselling & Psychotherapy. London: Sage

Palmer, S. (Ed) (2002). Multicultural Counselling. London: Sage.

Palmer, S., Cooper, C. and Thomas, K. (2003). Creating a Balance: Managing Stress. London: British Library.

McMahon, G., Palmer, S. and Wilding, C. (2005). The Essential Skills for setting Up a Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice. London: Routledge.

McMahon, G., Palmer, S. and Wilding, C. (2006). Achieving Excellence in Your Coaching Practice. How to Run a Highly Successful Coaching Business. London: Routledge.

Palmer, S. and Puri, A. (2006). Coping with university stress: A survival Guide. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and Wilding, C. (2006). Moody to Mellow. London: Hodder Arnold.

Moodley, R. and Palmer, S. (2006). Race, Culture and Psychotherapy: Critical Perspectives in Multicultural Practice. Hove: Routledge.

Wilding, C. and Palmer, S. (2006), Zero to hero. London: Hodder Arnold.

Palmer, S. and Cooper, C. (2007). How to Deal with Stress. London: Kogan Page. (Sunday Times Series)

Palmer, and Whybrow, A. (2007). Handbook of Coaching Psychology: A guide for practitioners. Routledge.

Palmer, S. (2008). Suicide: Strategies, and interventions for reduction and prevention. Hove: Routledge.

Palmer, S. and Bor, R. (2008). The Practitioner’s Handbook. London: Sage.

Morgan, J.D., Laungani, P. and Palmer, S. (2009). Death and bereavement around the world. Volume 5: Reflective essays. Amityville, New York: Baywood.

BOOK CHAPTERS
Palmer, S. (1995). The Stresses of Running a Stress Centre. In W. Dryden (Ed.) Stresses in Counselling in Action. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. (1996). Developing a stress management programme. In R. Woolfe and W. Dryden (Eds), Handbook of Counselling Psychology. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and Szymanska, K. (1996). Cognitive therapy and counselling. In S. Palmer, S. Dainow and P. Milner, Counselling: The BAC Counselling Reader. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. (1996). Multimodal Assessment and Therapy. In S. Palmer, S. Dainow, and P. Milner, Counselling: The BAC Counselling Reader. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and Ellis, A. (1996). In the Counsellor's Chair. Stephen Palmer interviews Dr. Albert Ellis. In S. Palmer, S. Dainow and P. Milner, Counselling: The BAC Counselling Reader. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and Dryden, W. (1996). Stress management and counselling: approaches and interventions. In S. Palmer and W. Dryden, Stress Management and Counselling: Theory, Practice, Research and Methodology. London: Cassell.

Palmer, S. (1996). The multimodal approach: theory, assessment, techniques and interventions. In S. Palmer and W. Dryden, Stress Management and Counselling: Theory, Practice, Research and Methodology. London: Cassell.

Palmer, S. (1997). Multimodal assessment. In S. Palmer and G. McMahon, Client Assessment. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. (1997). What do you say after you say 'er'. In S. Palmer and G. McMahon, Client Assessment. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. (1997). Stress counselling and management: Past, present and future. In S. Palmer and V. Varma, The Future of Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. (1997). Multimodal Therapy. In C. Feltham, Which Psychotherapy. London: Sage.

Dryden, W. and Palmer, S. (1997). Individual Counselling. In S. Palmer (ed), Handbook of Counselling. London: Routledge.

Szymanska K. and Palmer, S. (1997). Counsellor-client exploitation. In S. Palmer and McMahon (ed), Handbook of Counselling. London: Routledge.

Palmer, S. (1998). Stress management and counselling. In Y. J. Craig (ed) Advocacy, Counselling and Mediation in Casework. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Palmer, S. (1999). In search of effective counselling across cultures. In S. Palmer and P. Laungani (eds), Counselling in a Multicultural Society. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. (1999). Developing an individual counselling programme: a multimodal perspective. In S. Palmer and P. Laungani (eds), Counselling in a Multicultural Society. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and Laungani, P. (1999). Introduction: Counselling in a multicultural society. In S. Palmer and P. Laungani (eds), Counselling In a Multicultural Society. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. (1999). Multimodal Therapy. In C. Feltham (ed), Understanding the Counselling Relationship. London: Sage.

Scott, M. and Palmer, S. (2000). Afterword. In M. Scott and S. Palmer, Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. London: Cassell.

Palmer, S. (2000). Multimodal Therapy. In S. Palmer (ed), Introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy: The Essential Guide. London: Sage.

Neenan, M. and Palmer, S. (2000). Problem Focused Counselling and Psychotherapy. In S. Palmer (ed), Introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy: The Essential Guide. London: Sage.

Szymanska, K. and Palmer, S. (2000). Cognitive Counselling and Psychotherapy. In S. Palmer (ed), Introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy: The Essential Guide. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and Neenan, M. (2000). Problem-Focused Counselling and Psychotherapy. In S. Palmer and R. Woolfe (eds), Integrative and Eclectic Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. (2000). Multimodal Therapy. In S. Palmer and R. Woolfe (eds), Integrative and Eclectic Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: Sage.

Neenan, M. and Palmer, S (2001). Problem-solving counselling. In Milner and S. Palmer, (Eds), Counselling: The BACP Counselling Reader, Vol. 2. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and Lazarus, A.A. (2001). In the counsellor’s chair: Multimodal Therapy. In Milner and S. Palmer, (Eds), Counselling: The BACP Counselling Reader, Vol. 2. London: Sage.

Neenan, M. and Palmer, S (2001). Stress management and counselling. In Milner and S. Palmer, (Eds), Counselling: The BACP Counselling Reader, Vol. 2.London: Sage.

Palmer, S. and Szymanska, K. (2001) Therapy checklist for potential clients and those already in therapy. In Milner and S. Palmer, (Eds), Counselling: The BACP Counselling Reader, Vol. 2. London: Sage.

Palmer, S., Gui, R.L., and Hou, Z. (2001). In the counsellor’s chair: student counselling and counsellor training in China. In Milner and S. Palmer, (Eds), Counselling: The BACP Counselling Reader, Vol. 2. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. (2002). Counselling idiographically: the multimodal approach. In S. Palmer (ed), Multicultural Counselling: A Reader. London:Sage.

Palmer, S. (2002). Confidentiality: A case study. In P. Jenkins (ed), Legal Issues in Counselling & Psychotherapy. London: Sage.

Szymanska, K. and Palmer, S. (2002). United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). In R. Bor and S. Palmer (Eds), A Beginner’s Guide to Training in Counselling & Psychotherapy. London: Sage.

Bor, R. and Palmer, S. (2002). Introduction. In R. Bor and S. Palmer (Eds), A Beginner’s Guide to Training in Counselling & Psychotherapy. London : Sage.

Palmer, S. (2003). Stress management and prevention programmes. In R. Woolfe, W. Dryden and S. Strawbridge (Eds), Handbook of Counselling Psychology. London : Sage.

Palmer, S. (2005). Reflections on stress and well-being, pp15-19. In The state of the employment relationship: reflections on employee well-being and the psychological contract. London : CIPD.

Moodley, R. and Palmer, S. (2006). Race, culture and other multiple constructions: an absent presence in psychotherapy. In R Moodley, and S. Palmer, (Eds), Race, Culture and Psychotherapy: Critical Perspectives in Multicultural Practice. London : Routledge.


RECENT ARTICLES

Palmer, S. (2000). Developing an individual therapeutic programme suitable for use by counselling psychologists in a multicultural society: a multimodal perspective. Counselling Psychology Review, 15, 1, 32-50.

Palmer, S. (2000). The Negative Travel Beliefs Questionnaire: Assessment of phobia-related beliefs. The Online Journal of Multimodal and Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy, Volume 2, article 1. http://www.rebt.net

Neenan, M. and Palmer, S. (2000). A Cognitive-behavioural Approach to tackling Occupational Stress. Professional Management: The Journal of Professional Business and Technical Management, 2, 4, 11-17. (Adapted article.)

Palmer, S. (2000). The Negative Beliefs Questionnaire (NTBQ): phobia update. The Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapist, 8, 1, 18-23.

Palmer, S. (2000). Coping imagery for flying phobia. The Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapist, 8, 1, 24-29.

Palmer, S., Bor, R. and Josse, J. (2000). A self-help tool for conquering fears and anxieties about flying, Counselling Psychology Review, 2, 15, 18-29.

Palmer, S. (2000). A case of mind over natter. The Daily Telegraph. May 24th, p.39. (Newspaper)

Palmer, S. (2000). Continuing Professional Development, International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 38, 2, 71.

Sugarman, L. and Palmer, S. (2000). Challenges for psychotherapy, counselling and guidance at the millennium, British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 28, 4, 445-450.

Palmer, S. (2000). Therapy from a cognitive-behavioural orientation: a case study re-examined. The European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling and Health, 3, 2, 187-191.

Palmer, S. (2000). Stressed out! Don't worry, it's all in the mind. The Independent, Friday Review. 3rd November, p.4. (National newspaper)

Palmer, (2000). Physiology of the Stress Response. http://www.managingstress.com/articles/physiology.htm

Palmer, S. (2001). Stress management: a masterclass. Stress News, 13, 1, 15-21.

Palmer, S. (2001). Stress Management: a masterclass: An inaugural lecture. Counselling Psychology Review, 16, 1, 18-27.

Palmer, S. (2001). The Times, Energy Plan, Part 1 (newspaper supplement). (Various articles.) 15th January.

Palmer, S. (2001). The Times, Energy Plan, Part 2 (newspaper supplement). (Various articles.) 22nd January.

Neenan, M. and Palmer, S. (2001). Cognitive Behavioural Coaching. Stress News, 13, 3, 15-18.

Neenan, M. and Palmer, S. (2001). Rational Emotive Behaviour Coaching. Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapist. 9, 1, 34-41.

Palmer, S. (2001). Stress Management: a masterclass: An inaugural lecture. Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapist, 9, 1, 42-57.

Palmer, S., Cooper, C. and Thomas, K. (2001). Model of organisational stress for use within an occupational health education/promotion or wellbeing programme – A short communication. Health Education Journal, 60, 4, 378-380.

Palmer, S. (2002). Suicide reduction and prevention: strategies and interventions. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 30, 4, 341-352.

Palmer, S. (2002). Cognitive and organisational models of stress that are suitable for use within workplace stress management/prevention coaching, training and counselling settings. The Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapist, 10, 1, 15-21.

Palmer, S. (2002). Boundaries, journals and counselling psychology: Stephen Palmer interviews Kasia Szymanska. Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 15, 4, 399-404.

Palmer, S., Cooper, C. and Thomas, K. (2003). Revised model of organisational stress for use within stress prevention/management and wellbeing programmes – brief update. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 41, 2, 57-58.

Palmer, S. (2003). Whistle-stop tour of the theory and practice of stress management and prevention: Its possible role in postgraduate health promotion. Health Education Journal, 62, 2, 133-142.

Palmer, S., Tubbs, I. and Whybrow, W. (2003). Health coaching to facilitate the promotion of healthy behaviour and achievement of health-related goals. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 41, 3, 91-93.

Jenkins, D. and Palmer, S. (2003). A review of stress, coping and positive adjustment to the challenges of working in Antarctica . International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 41, 4, 117-131.

Jenkins, D. and Palmer, S. (2003). A multimodal assessment and rational emotive behavioural approach to stress counselling: a case study. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 16, 3, 265-287.

Palmer, S., Thomas, K. and Clarke, L. (2003). Stress reduction and improving attitudes. Internal Communication, November, 17-19.

Palmer, S. (2004). Stress management and prevention: A guide for HR professionals. The HR Director, January, 2, 4-11.

Spiers, C. and Palmer, S. (2004). Stress Relief: A manager’s guide to recognising and targeting work related stress. Edge, March, 10-14.

Palmer, S. (2004). Health coaching: A Developing field within health education. Health Education Journal, 63, 2, 189-191.

Gyllensten, K., Palmer, S. and Farrants, J. (2004). The perceptions of work related stress within finance organisations: How managers can influence workplace stress. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 42, 2, 37-42.

Jenkins, D. and Palmer, S. (2004). Job stress in National Health Service managers: A qualitative exploration of the stressor-strain-health relationship. The ‘fit’ and ‘unfit’ manager. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 42, 2, 48-63.

Palmer, S. (2004). A Rational Emotive Behavioural Approach to Face-to-face, Telephone and Internet Therapy and Coaching: A Case Study. The Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapist, 11, 1, 12-22.

Clow, A. and Palmer, S. (2004). Stress and Health. http://www.bbc.co.uk/health/tv_and_radio/stresstest_expertopinion.shtml

Palmer, S. (2004). Work-Related Stress: A Role for Occupational Health Professionals. Health & Hygiene, 25, 2, 5-8.

Palmer, S., Cooper, C. and Thomas, K. (2004). A model of work stress to underpin the Health & Safety Executive advice for tackling work-related stress and stress risk assessments. Counselling at Work, Winter, 2-5.

Gyllensten, K., Palmer, S. and Farrants, J. (2005). Perception of stress and stress interventions in finance organizations: overcoming resistance towards counseling. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 18(1), 19-25.

Gyllensten, K. and Palmer, S. (2005). Can coaching reduce workplace stress? The Coaching Psychologist, 1, July, 15-17.

Palmer, S. and Whybrow, A. (2005). The proposal to establish a special group in coaching psychology of the British Psychological Society: Introduction and proposal. The Coaching Psychologist. 1, July, 5-12.

Gyllensten, K., and Palmer, S. (2005). The relationship between coaching and workplace stress: A correlational study. International Journal of Health Promotion & Education, 43, 3, 97-103.

Gyllensten, K., and Palmer, S. (2005). The role of gender in workplace stress: a critical literature review. Health Education Journal, 64, (3), 271-288.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2005). Calming influence. Can coaching reduce work-related stress? Coaching at Work, 1, 1, 40-42.

Gyllensten, K. and Palmer, S. (2005). Can coaching reduce workplace stress? A quasi-experimental study. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 3, 2, 75-85.

Gyllensten, K. and Palmer, S. (2005). Working with a Client Suffering From Workplace Stress in a Primary Care Setting: A Cognitive Behavioural Case Study. Counselling Psychology Review.

Puri, A. and Palmer, S. (2005). Retaining employees with disabilities: Is coaching a potential solution? The Coaching Psychologist, 1, 2, 16-19.

Edgerton, N. and Palmer, S. (2005). SPACE: A psychological model for use within cognitive behavioural coaching, therapy and stress management. The Coaching Psychologist, 1, 2, 25-31.

Palmer, S. and Cavanagh, M. (2006). Coaching Psychology: Its time has finally come. International Coaching Psychology Review, 1, 1, 1-3.

Palmer, S. and Whybrow, A. (2006). The coaching psychology movement and its development within the British Psychological Society. International Coaching Psychology Review, 1, 1, 5-11.

Whybrow, A. and Palmer, S. (2006). Taking stock: A survey of Coaching Psychologists’ practices and perspectives. International Coaching Psychology Review, 1, 1, 56- 70.

Gyllensten, K. and Palmer, S. (2006). Experiences of coaching and stress in the workplace: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. International Coaching Psychology Review, 1, 1, 86-98.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2006). Workplace stress: Can it be reduced by coaching? The Coaching Psychologist, 2, 1, 17-22.

Ellam, V. and Palmer S. (2006). Does parent coaching improve quality of parenting and children's behaviour? The Coaching Psychologist, 2(1), 34-37.

Ellam, V. and Palmer, S. (2006). To achieve, or not to achieve the goal – that is the question: Does frustration tolerance influence goal achievement in coaching clients? The Coaching Psychologist, 2, 2, 27-32.

O’Broin, A. and Palmer, S. (2006). The coach-client relationship and contributions by the coach in improving coaching outcome. The Coaching Psychologist, 2, 2, 16-20.

Palmer, S. (2006). Coaching psychology from an international and national perspective: interviews with Michael Cavanagh, David Lane , Alex Linley, Dianne Stober and Pauline Willis. The Coaching Psychologist, 2, 2, 33-44.

Whybrow, A. and Palmer, S. (2006). Shifting perspectives: One year into the development of the British Psychological Society Special Group in Coaching Psychology in the UK. International Coaching Psychology Review, 1, 2, 75-85.

O’Broin, A. and Palmer, S. (2006). Win-win situation? Learning from parallels and differences between coaching psychology and sport psychology. The Coaching Psychologist, 2, 3, 17-23.

Cavanagh, M. and Palmer, S. (2006). The theory, practice and research base of coaching psychology is developing at a fast pace. Editorial. International Coaching Psychology Review 1, 2, 5-7.

Talbot-Landon, S. Palmer, S. and Flaxman, P. (2007). The development of an effective staff coaching programme for stress prevention and reduction in the Prison Service. The Coaching Psychologist, 3, 1, April, 24-27.

Grbcic, S. and Palmer, S. (2007). A cognitive-behavioural self-help approach to stress management and prevention at work: a randomized controlled trial. The Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapist, 12, 1, 41-43.

Palmer, S., Grant, A. and O’Connell, B. (2007). Solution-focused Coaching: Lost and Found. Coaching at Work, 2, 4, 22-29.

Gyllensten, K. and Palmer, S. (2007). The coaching relationship: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. International Coaching Psychology Review, 2, 2, 168-177.

Palmer, S. (2007). PRACTICE: A model suitable for coaching, counselling, psychotherapy and stress management. The Coaching Psychologist, 3, 2, 71-77.

Palmer, S. and Gyllensten, K. (2008). How cognitive behavioural, rational emotive behavioural or multimodal coaching could prevent mental health problems, enhance performance and reduce work related stress. The Journal of Rational Emotive and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, 26,1, 38-52.

Palmer, S. (2008). Multimodal coaching and its application to workplace, life and health coaching. The Coaching Psychologist, 4, 1, 21-29.

Palmer, S. (2008). Coping imagery. The Coaching Psychologist, 4, 1, 39-40.

Stewart, L.J., Palmer, S., Wilkin, H. and Kerrin, M. (2008). The Influence Of Character: Does Personality Impact Coaching Success? International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring Vol. 6, No.1, February. Retrieved from: http://www.business.brookes.ac.uk/research/areas/coaching&mentoring/volume/stewart.pdf

Palmer, S. and O’Broin, A. (2008). Phobias: What, who, why and how to help? Leicester: British Psychological Society.

O’Broin, A. and Palmer, S. (2008). Panic Disorder: What, who, why and how to help? Leicester: British Psychological Society.

Williams, H., Palmer, S. and Edgerton, N. (2008). May the force be within you: Harnesing the power of the mind to combat stress by using the cognitive behavioural SPACE model of coaching, counselling and training. Stress News, 20, 3, 29-32.

Palmer, S. (2008). Multimodal relaxation method. The Coaching Psychologist, 4, 2, 90-94.

Ellam-Dyson & Palmer, (2008). The Challenges of Researching Executive Coaching. The Coaching Psychologist, 4, 2, 79-84.

Stewart, L.J., Palmer, S., Wilkin, H. and Kerrin, M. (2008). Towards a model of coaching transfer: Operationalising coaching success and the facilitators and barriers to transfer. International Coaching Psychology Review, 3, 2, 87-109.

Palmer, S. (2008). The PRACTICE model of coaching: towards a solution-focused approach. Coaching Psychology International, 1, 1, 4-8.

Palmer, S. (2008). The judicious use of hypnosis in coaching and coaching psychology practice. International Coaching Psychology Review, 3, 2, 253-262.

Palmer, S (2008). Reducing stress in the workplace. Finance & Management, December, 161, 6-9.

Palmer, S. (2008). Highlighting the psychology in coaching: Stephen Palmer interviews the Keynote Speakers from the 1st European Coaching Psychology Conference. The Coaching Psychologist, 4, 3, 172-184.

Podcast: Prof Stephen Palmer interviewed about health coaching at the Association for Coaching Conference.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR: Nick Edgerton

RECENT ARTICLES

Edgerton, N. and Palmer, S. (2005). SPACE: A psychological model for use within cognitive behavioural coaching, therapy and stress management. The Coaching Psychologist, 1, 2, 25-31.

Williams, H., Palmer, S. and Edgerton, N. (2008). May the force be within you: Harnesing the power of the mind to combat stress by using the cognitive behavioural SPACE model of coaching, counselling and training. Stress News, 20, 3, 29-32.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR: Michael Neenan

BOOKS
Dryden, W. and Neenan, M. (1995). A Dictionary of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy. London: Whurr.

Neenan, M. and Dryden, W. (1996). Dealing With Difficulties in Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy. London: Whurr.

Dryden, W., Gordon, J. and Neenan, M. (1997). What is Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy? Loughton, Essex: Gale Centre Publications.

Ellis, A., Gordon, J., Neenan, M. and Palmer, S. (1997). Stress Counselling: A Rational Emotive Behaviour Approach. London: Cassell.

Dryden, W., Yankura, J. and Neenan, M. (1999). Counselling Individuals: A Rational Emotive Behaviour Handbook, 3rd edition. London: Whurr.

Neenan, M. and Dryden, W. (1999). Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy: Advances in Theory & Practice. London: Whurr.

Neenan, M. and Dryden, M. (2002). Life Coaching: A Cognitive-Behavioural Approach. London: Brunner-Routledge.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR: Gladeana McMahon

BOOKS/MANUALS
McMahon, G. (1994). Setting Up Your Own Private Practice. Cambridge: National Extension College.

Palmer, S. and McMahon, G. (eds) (1997). Client Assessment. London: Sage. pp. 202.

Palmer, S. and McMahon, G. (eds) (1997). Handbook of Counselling. London: Routledge. pp. 599.

McMahon, G. and Doggart, E. (1997). Understanding Trauma. Cambridge: National Extension College.

McMahon, G., Palmer, S. and Wilding, C. (2005). The Essential Skills for Setting Up a Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice. London: Routledge. McMahon, G.,

Palmer, S. and Wilding, C. (2006). Achieving Excellence in Your Coaching Practice. How to Run a Highly Successful Coaching Business. London: Routledge.


ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR: Liz Doggart

MANUALS
McMahon, G. and Doggart, E. (1997). Understanding Trauma. Cambridge: National Extension College.