ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research
The ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research has been launched by the International Society for Coaching Psychology on 3rd August, 2016, to support international collaboration on different aspects of coaching psychology research. This includes the dissemination of research through publications, meetings, conferences and symposium.
The International Society for Coaching Psychology hopes to provide through the International Centre doctorate researchers and other students including undergraduates, a central online resource where they can find examples of research protocols, research methodology, psychometric tools, all informed by articles, lectures and presentations by experts. These resources will be developed over time and will be maintained by the International Centre team with advice and guidance from the International Advisory Board and Honorary Research Fellows.
The ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research will be setting up ISCP Research Hubs in order to bring together our members with an interest or passion about research. The Research Hubs can hold virtual meetings using skype or VSee and invite researchers to discuss their most recent research papers.
Status of the International Centre
The ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research is a research faculty of the International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP). The International Centre is resourced and funded by the ISCP. Professional bodies that have an MOU with the ISCP can nominate representatives to the research centre’s International Advisory Board.