Faculty of Coaching Psychology

The International Academy for Professional Development is a coaching psychology training provider. It has a Centre and Faculty of Coaching Psychology which focuses on the training and supervision of psychologists who wish to work towards international accreditation as International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) Accredited/Certified Coaching Psychologists through its IPD or CPD process. The Society recognises specific courses run by the Centre and Faculty. The Centre is an International Society for Coaching Psychology Approved Centre. Whereas the Centre for Coaching's training division focuses on running accredited, approved and recognised coaching courses and workshops suitable for coaches, managers, trainers, psychologists, health and HR professionals.

 

FACULTY STAFF, TRAINERS, SUPERVISORS & EXAMINERS

The Faculty's staff are Chartered Psychologists who teach and supervise on the Centre's Recognised and approved Programmes. Diploma in Coaching Psychology Programme. Qualified psychologists at the Faculty include Professor Stephen Palmer PhD MISCP Accred, Dr Kristina Gyllensten DPsych CPsychol, Dr Siobhain O'Riordan PhD CPsychol FISCP Accred, Nick Edgerton CPsychol and Kasia Szymanska CPsychol MISCP Accred. Both Stephen and Siobhain are also ISCP Accredited Coaching Psychologist Supervisors.

(NB. 'MISCP Accred' represents a full Member of the ISCP who is an Accredited Coaching Psychologist.)

WHY ENROLL ON COACHING PSYCHOLOGY COURSES  WITH THE CENTRE & FACULTY?

Psychologists who wish to increase their knowledge of coaching psychology and/or become ISCP Accredited Coaching Psychologists may benefit from training and input from our qualified coaching psychology trainers who have been actively involved in the development of coaching psychology in the UK and beyond, with their professional body work, research, editing of publications and authoring articles, chapters and books.