News: Neuroscience research paper roundup

The four key requirements for bringing about neuronal change in the brain are focused attention; repetition and practice; a good relationship between coach and client, and coaching processes that both parties believe in, according to research presented at the Henley Coaching conference. Kitty Chisholm was one of three graduates from Henley’s MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change presenting their research on neuroscience. Her paper discussed the concept of neuroplasticity (how changing ideas, attitudes and behaviour involves ‘re-wiring’ neurons). She suggested that a science-based rationale enables some clients to come to it with more belief in its efficacy. Ann James examined […]

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