SELF-CARE SHOULD BE COACHES’ CORE COMPETENCE

British Psychological Society’s Special Group in Coaching Psychology (BPS SGCP) conference, 9 December 2016, London By Sarah Dale How many people have been taught self-care, at school, university or work? Professor Sarah Corrie posed the question in her keynote to the BPS SGCP conference in December. Not many hands went up. In her review of mental health and in personal reflection, Corrie made a good case for coaches to be concerned with self-care – not just for our own benefit but for that of our clients, too. She went as far as to suggest it should be a core competence […]

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