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Article published on the ethics of integrating coaching and psychotherapy / counseling

Recently, an article about the ethics of integrating coaching and psychotherapy I co-authored with Debra Jinks appeared in the e-journal of the Association of Integrative Coach-Therapist Professionals. If you are interested in issues related to integrating coaching and therapy / counseling, I suggest you join the AICTP as they are doing ground-breaking work in this area. You can find out more about the organization at the AICTP website.

You can download the article below. Please let me know what you think.

Jonathan Sibley Receives Grant from Harvard Institute of Coaching

Jonathan Sibley and co-researcher Tatiana Bachkirova have received a $25,000 grant from Harvard Medical School's Institute of Coaching to study the inner workings of coaching.

Through this research, working with international panels of expert coaches, we will create a standardized instrument to describe what actually occurs during coaching sessions. This will allow comparisons between different styles of coaching as well as a description of the factors that all forms of coaching share.

Jonathan Sibley Receives Grant from Harvard Institute of Coaching

Jonathan Sibley and co-researcher Tatiana Bachkirova have received a $25,000 grant from Harvard Medical School's Institute of Coaching to study the inner workings of coaching.

Through this research, working with international panels of expert coaches, we will create a standardized instrument to describe what actually occurs during coaching sessions. This will allow comparisons between different styles of coaching as well as a description of the factors that all forms of coaching share.

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