In the third article in this series exploring third wave cognitive behavioural approaches, Jonathan Passmore and Sarah Leach examine the therapeutic approach, metacognitive therapy, and how it can be adapted for use in coaching.

  Like second wave approaches, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), now one of the most widely used evidence-based approaches, third wave approaches can provide alternatives for experienced coaches. Metacognitive therapy Metacognitive therapy (MCT), originally developed by Adrian Wells in the early 2000s (Wells, 2009), has...

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