These journals contribute to the development and dissemination of knowledge in two different ways. First, by publishing rigorous peer-reviewed conceptual and research-based papers, they promote high academic standards in the published knowledge of coaching. Secondly, they provide a platform for academic work to influence the practice of coaching, by publishing soundbites of the research results relevant to those involved in coaching.
Ms. Diane Parker
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
BACP House, 15 St John's Business Park
Lutterworth, Leicestershire LE17 4HB
Coaching Today provides a platform for education, debate and sharing of best practice for those working in the field of coaching, from private practitioners to line managers, trainers and educators.
Coaching Today is the quarterly journal for members of BACP's Coaching Division, and is also available to non-members on subscription. Content reflects the views and interests of its primary readership, which is practitioners from a counselling or psychotherapy background who are also practising or retraining as coaches. Subjects include training, supervision, research, news, reviews, case studies, dual practice and working with different audiences, and encompasses a range of practice areas, including life, leadership, executive, workplace and team coaching.