By Mark Farrall Around 100 practitioners identifying professionally as therapists, coaches and/or somewhere in between, gathered at the inaugural conference of the Association of Integrative Coach-Therapist Professionals (AICTP) on 21 January. What stood out for me was just what richness and variety of integrative practice means in the field of coaching. Examples provided by attendees ranged from collaborative working where a psychiatrist addressing direct clinical issues around substance misuse would then refer the client on to the coach to address related work and professional issues, to a coach who only works in settings one to one outside of the business […]

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