Coaching Psychology Special Interest Group (SIG) is organising events with special rates for SPS and SPS Coaching Psychology SIG members!
Title: Knowing, doing, being: Hitting the sweet spot in practice as a Coaching Psychologist
Date: 20 – 21 April 2017 (Thursday and Friday)
Time: 9am – 5pm (16 hours)
Target Audience: Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs), practising clinical / counselling / educational / organisational psychologists, private or aspiring coaches
Proposed Learning Outcomes:
- Gain an understanding of the practice of coaching psychology and acquire the core skills
- Work with others using coaching conversations to support and encourage the development of skills or performance
- Use a coaching approach within your own field or role, and clearly understand how your coaching role integrates with your vocational role
$840 (full fee for non-members)
$756 (10% discount for SPS members)
$714 (15% discount for SPS Coaching Psychology SIG members)
$672 (20% discount for SPS Student members)
A one-time registration fee of $160 applies.
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Please note that registration closes on 31 March 2017
Dr Ho Law is an international consultant and practitioner psychologist, with over 30 years experience in psychology. He delivered numerous workshops/conference seminars and carried out consultancy work in the UK and abroad (the East and West: over 15 countries and 50 cities). Ho values diversity in people, and respects their cultures and believes in equal opportunities for all. He was one of the first equality advisors to the Assistant Permanent Under Secretary of State in the UK Home Office, and the Deputy chair of the BPS Standing Committee for Promotion of Equal Opportunities.
Ho is passionate about empowering people to develop their talents and achieve their full potential through psychological approaches. Ho acquired the skills of narrative techniques from the late Michael White (the founder of narrative therapy) in the Dulwich Centre, Adelaide, South Australia in 2006. In 2007, as part of his locum work, Ho worked at Christmas Island, Australia and provided health coaching for the public at the Neighbourhood Centre and Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT) training for doctors and nurses at the hospital. In the UK, he has further developed narrative practice and applied it to coaching for diverse communities and social enterprises.
He is a founding member of the BPS Special Group in Coaching Psychology; founding director and member of the International Society for Coaching Psychology.