Some 100 delegates gathered at the annual conference of British Psychological Society’s special interest subgroup, the Special Group of Coaching Psychologists (SGCP) on 6-7 June in London. In her opening address of the conference, Embracing Diversity and Inclusivity: Challenges and Aspirations in Coaching Psychology, SGCP chair Laura Rees-Davies positioned the vision and the objectives of the Group for the future. It was followed by three keynotes and some 20 presentations and workshops on the impact of AI on coaching, to mental health and wellbeing, supervision, innovation in delivery of cognitive behavioural therapy, aspects of identity, supporting entrepreneurship and models and […]

Please login to continue reading this article

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply