ISCP Cambridge Research Hub – Inaugural Meeting 2 May 2017

ISCP Cambridge Research Hub – Inaugural Meeting

Why use a mixed methods approach for a doctoral research programme?

Dr Kristina Gyllensten, DPsych

Tuesday 2nd May 2017 at 6pm (GMT) – Online Meeting

We are delighted to announce our first research hub event which will look at the mixed use of qualitative and quantitative methodologies in coaching psychology research.

We will be discussing this approach with Kristina Gyllensten, DPysch, with reference to her research ‘Can coaching reduce workplace stress?’ and will be joined by Professor Stephen Palmer (ISCP President) and Dr Siobhain O’Riordan (ISCP Chair).

When Kristina embarked on her doctoral research at City University she found that this was not a simple research question to answer. There were many different ways to define the term coaching, the same was true for stress, and evaluating the effects of coaching was not straightforward. Realising these issues… [read more].

Who’s it for?

The event is expected to be of particular interest to current and prospective researchers and those interested in the application and practice of coaching psychology.

Booking

If you’d like to join the event to listen to the discussion and have the opportunity to ask Kristina, Stephen or Siobhain questions, please email me to register your interest on sarah.jaggers@managingchange.org.uk

Once your booking is confirmed you will be sent further joining instructions to our online Zoom meeting facility, along with links to reading material. Places are limited so do book your place as soon as you can.

Sarah Jaggers
ISCP Cambridge Research Hub Coordinator

 

About Dr Kristina Gyllensten DPsych

Kristina Gyllensten, DPsych, works as a psychologist and researcher at Occupational Medicine at Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg Sweden. She is also a licensed CBT therapist and a psychological coach and has a private practice. Her particular interests are workplace stress, stress management, and cognitive behavioural therapy and coaching, on which she has co-authored a number of articles and chapters (for a list of Kristina’s publications, see below). She is on the International Advisory Board of the ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research.

Books

Gyllensten, K., Palm-Beskow, A., & Palmer, S. (2011). Psykologisk Coaching. Stockholm: Natur och Kultur.

Palmer, S. & Gyllensten, K. (2015). Psychological Stress: The History and Development of Theories: Stress. Volume 1. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. & Gyllensten, K. (2015). Psychological Stress: The Measurement of Stress. Volume 2. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. & Gyllensten, K. (2015). Psychological Stress: The Management of Stress. Volume 3. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. & Gyllensten, K. (2015). Psychological Resilience and Wellbeing: The History and Development of Theories. Volume 1. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. & Gyllensten, K. (2015). Psychological Resilience and Wellbeing: The Measurement of Resilience and Wellbeing. Volume 2. London: Sage.

Palmer, S. & Gyllensten, K. (2015). Psychological Resilience and Wellbeing: The Enhancement of Resilience and Wellbeing. Volume 3. London: Sage.

Articles

Gyllensten, K., Andersson, G., & Muller, H. (in press). Experiences of reduced work hours for nurses and assistant nurses at a surgical department: A qualitative study. BMC Nursing

Wentz, K. & Gyllensten, K. Need for recovery. Manuscript. Recording Recovery Opportunities at Work and Functional Fatigue After Work: Two Instruments Adapted to the Swedish Context. Submitted manuscript.

Wentz, K. & Gyllensten, K., (in press). Career crafting: Working between the ages of 69 and 75 years. Journal of Business and Economics.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2014). Increased employee confidence: A benefit of coaching. The Coaching Psychologist, 10, 1, 36-39.

Gyllensten, K., Palmer, S. Nilsson, E-K., Regnér, A.M. & Ann Frodi, A. (2010). Experiences of cognitive coaching: A qualitative study. International Coaching Psychology Review, 5, 2, 98-108.

Palmer, S. & Gyllensten, K. (2008). Can cognitive behavioural coaching prevent mental health problems? The Journal of Rational Emotive and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, 26, 38-52.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2007). The coaching relationship: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. International Coaching Psychology Review, 2, 168-177.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2006). Experiences of coaching and stress in the workplace: An interpretative phenomenological Analysis. International Coaching Psychology Review, 1, 86-98.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2006). Workplace stress: Can it be reduced by coaching?

The Coaching Psychologist, 2, 1, 17-22.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2005). Working with a client suffering from workplace stress in a primary care setting: A cognitive behavioural case study. The Counselling Psychology Review, 20, 4-14.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2005). The role of gender in workplace stress: A critical literature review. Health Education Journal, 64, 3, 271-288.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2005). Calming influence. Can coaching reduce work-related stress? Coaching at Work, 1, 1, 40-42.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2005). The relationship between coaching and workplace stress: A correlational study. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 43, 97-103.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2005). Can coaching reduce workplace stress? A quasi-experimental study. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 3, no. 2, 75-87.

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S. (2005). Can coaching reduce workplace stress? The Coaching Psychologist, 1, 15-17.

Gyllensten, K., Palmer, S. & Farrants, J. (2005). Perception of stress & stress interventions in finance organisations: Overcoming resistance towards counselling. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 18, 19-29.

Gyllensten, K., Palmer, S. & Farrants, J. (2004). The perceptions of work related stress within finance organisations: How managers can influence work-place stress. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 42, 37-42.

Book chapters

Gyllensten, K. & Palmer, S., (2012). Stress and performance coaching. In M. Neeenan & S. Palmer (Eds.), Cognitive behavioural coaching in practice: An evidence based approach. London: Routledge.

Palmer, S. & Gyllensten, K. (2010). Counselling psychology in the workplace. In R. Woolfe, S. Strawbridege., B. Douglas & W. Dryden (eds.), Handbook of counselling psychology. London: Sage.

Gyllensten, K. (2008). Coaching and workplace stress. In D.B. Drake, D. Brennan & Gortz, K. (Eds.), The philosophy and practice of coaching. Chichester: Wiley.

Palmer, S. & Gyllensten, K. (2008). Stress management for employees: an evidence based approach. In A. Kinder, R. Hughes, & C. Cooper (eds.), Employee well being support: A workplace resource. Chichester: Wiley.

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