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About this book
This book features papers of prominent representatives of the German coaching scene on the professional development of this counseling format. The book thereby offers guidelines for practicing professionals and for scientists as well as for potential users of coaching. Coaching is, after all, developing rapidly. The number and the variety of offers, fields of application, concepts and issues have become hard to keep track of. Efforts to establish coaching professionally are becoming all the more necessary.– In light of the growing internationalization of the coaching market, the translation of this book, which was published in German in 2015, aims at networking the debates and contributing to the global development of professional coaching.
- Coaching as profession: fundamentals in relation to the classical professions
- Coaching in connection with other counseling formats
- Knowledge and competencies in coaching
- Conceptional variations of coaching
Coaches, supervisors and other counseling professionals; Instructors of coaches and supervisors; Scientists and students of psychology, pedagogics, business management; HR managers in organizations; Clients of coaching
Dr. phil. Astrid Schreyögg, Berlin, psychotherapist, supervisor, coach; head of research at the German Academy of Psychologists of the BDP for Supervision and Coaching; domestic and international fellow; trainer for supervision and coaching; textbook author.
Dr. phil. Christoph Schmidt-Lellek, Frankfurt a.M., studied prot. theology, philosophy and pedagogy, freelance practice in coaching (DBVC), psychotherapy and supervision (DGSv), publications in the fields of psychotherapy and coaching.