Volume 3, Article 1: Editorial
Editorial: The International Journal of Coaching Psychology, 2022.
Siobhain O’Riordan and Stephen Palmer
Citation: O’Riordan, S., & Palmer, S. (2022). Editorial: The International Journal of Coaching Psychology, 2022. International Journal of Coaching Psychology, 3, 1, 1-3. https://ijcp.nationalwellbeingservice.com/volumes/volume-3-2022/volume-3-article-1-editorial
Processing dates: Submitted: 4 March 2022; Accepted: 4 March 2022; Published: 7 April 2022
Volume 3, Article 1
Welcome to the 3rd Volume of the International Journal of Coaching Psychology (IJCP). This peer-reviewed journal publishes a range of articles, papers and reports examining the theory, research, and practice of coaching psychology. Published by the National Wellbeing Service, the IJCP can be freely viewed online and has no author publishing fees. Different options are also available for licensing and Open Access.
To date, topics have included Coaching and supervision through the COVID-19 pandemic, and in 2021 cognitive behavioural coaching, creative problem solving, the coaching relationship, Educational Coaching and mindfulness-informed educational coaching (see Appendix, Volume 2). A range of coaching psychology approaches and techniques have also been covered. Throughout this period, these important themes illustrate the significant role that coaching psychology can offer to support individuals, communities and organisations navigating this time of global uncertainty.
We would like to thank each of the authors, reviewers, editorial team, and the International Editorial Board for their contribution. However, we are very sad to report that Dr Alison Whybrow PhD passed away on Sunday 27th February 2022. She was a committed member of the IJCP Editorial Board and a Consulting Editor. Beyond this, over the last two decades Alison made a significant contribution to the development of coaching psychology both nationally and internationally. More recently her work has been focused on climate change and coaching, having written, and presented work on topics such as Regenerative coaching. Our thoughts are with her family, friends and colleagues.
We also wish to acknowledge the ongoing support of the following professional body and corporate sponsors (https://ijcp.nationalwellbeingservice.com/our-sponsors):
• International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) as the lead Professional Body Sponsor of the journal.
• Hungarian Association for Coaching Psychology (HACP).
• Coaching Psychology Section, Col·legi Oficial de Psicologia de Catalunya (COPC).
• Society for Industrial & Organisational Psychology of South Africa (SIOPSA).
• SIOPSA Interest Group in Coaching & Consulting Psychology, South Africa (IGCCP SA).
• Corporate Sponsors – the Centre for Coaching, London, and National Academy of Coaching Psychology Ltd.
We encourage submissions to this third volume of the IJCP on original research, review articles or brief reports, and book reviews. Position and opinion papers are also welcome, as well articles suitable for the approaches, techniques, interventions and strategies section of the journal. We look forward to receiving contributions.
Dr Siobhain O’Riordan PhD is a chartered caoching psychologist and chartered scientist. She is a Fellow and Chair of the International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) and a member of the International Research Centre Development Team of the ISCP. She is also an Honorary Research Fellow at the Wales Academy for Professional Practice and Applied Research, University of Wales Trinity Saint David and a Director of the National Academy of Coaching Psychology.
Professor Stephen Palmer PhD is Professor of Practice at the Wales Academy for Professional Practice and Applied Research, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, and Adjunct Professor of Coaching Psychology at Aalborg University, Denmark. He is the Honorary President and a Fellow of the International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) and Coordinating Director of the ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research. He is Founder Director of the Centre for Coaching, London. He is a chartered coaching psychologist and applied positive psychologist. He has written and edited 60 books and has published over 275 articles and chapters.