https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP/issue/feed Coaching Psykologi - The Danish Journal of Coaching Psychology 2018-12-22T19:15:47+01:00 Ole Michael Spaten oms@hum.aau.dk Open Journal Systems Coaching Psykologi er et peer-reviewed tidsskrift, der har til formål at være et væsentligt dansk forum for coaching psykologisk praksis og forskning. https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP/article/view/2617 Redaktørens ord 2018-12-22T19:15:47+01:00 Ole Michael Spaten oms@hum.aau.dk 2018-12-22T00:00:00+01:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP/article/view/2618 Visiting the psychotherapy versus coaching psychology conundrum 2018-12-22T19:15:46+01:00 Ole Michael Spaten oms@hum.aau.dk <p class="p1">&nbsp;</p> <p class="p2"><em>This article presents similarities and differences between psychotherapy, coaching psychology and coaching, and hence discusses boundaries between these diverse fields of practice. The article will cover prevailing arguments and descriptions in the scientific community, and major differences in relation to the application in daily practice. Similarities and differences are discussed in the light of scientific research and different theoretical perspectives, including both classic and recent scholars. Main differences are; the clinical/non-clinical perspective and educational differences. Finally, some central concepts from the fields are presented in a table for a proposal of distinctions and interfaces. A comprehensive education in combination with an understanding of the differences and similarities between the three intervention forms is of significant importance for the professional working in either of the fields. </em></p> 2018-12-22T00:00:00+01:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP/article/view/2619 Psychodynamic 2018-12-22T19:15:45+01:00 Laura Holm Dalsgaard noname@noadress.dk Nadja Lagoni Holst noname@noadress.dk Tanja Ryberg Jensen noname@noadress.dk Ole Michael Spaten oms@hum.aau.dk <p class="p2"><em>This paper will provide an overview and discussion of the psychodynamic school of coaching psychology and psychodynamic therapy. Furthermore, we will consider some of the main similarities and differences in the application of psychodynamic coaching with a special focus on distinctions between therapy and coaching. These distinctions will be presented as thirteen bullet-points. </em></p> 2018-12-22T00:00:00+01:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP/article/view/2620 Narrative Therapy and Narrative Coaching Distinctions and similarities 2018-12-22T19:15:44+01:00 Tanja Ryberg Jensen noname@noadress.dk Therese Rauff Høyer noname@noadress.dk Ole Michael Spaten oms@hum.aau.dk <p class="p2"><em>The aim of this article is to provide a link between narrative therapy and coaching and furthermore highlight distinctions and similarities between the two. The theory behind narrative therapy and narrative coaching will be further detailed with a focus on Michael Whites contributions. Next we will describe how externalizing conversations can be practised within narrative therapy and coaching and commonly used tools and techniques will be introduced, in an attempt to outline distinctions and similarities between the two helping relations. Finally, we will discuss narrative therapy in a coaching context, built around 13 statements, thereby trying to distinguish boundaries, distinctions and similarities between narrative therapy and coaching. </em></p> 2018-12-22T00:00:00+01:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP/article/view/2621 Cognitive behavioural coaching 2018-12-22T19:15:43+01:00 Maja Lautsten noname@noadress.dk Ulrik Daniel Frederiksen noname@noadress.dk Tanja Ryberg Jensen noname@noadress.dk Ole Michael Spaten oms@hum.aau.dk <p class="p1"><em>Even though Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is one of the most evident therapeutic approaches, there are a lack of studies outlining the differences between cognitive behavioural therapy and cognitive behavioural coaching, differences that are fundamental to understand the different levels of involvement in the process. The aim of this paper is therefore to outline the distinction between cognitive behavioural therapy and cognitive behavioural coaching. The theory behind cognitive behavioural coaching will be further detailed and an in depth explanation of the theory will follow. Next, we will describe how cognitive behavioural coaching is practiced and commonly used models is presented. Finally, we will discuss the cognitive behavioural approach in a coaching context, built around 13 statements, thereby trying to distinguish boundaries, distinctions and similarities between a cognitive behavioural approach and coaching. </em></p> 2018-12-22T00:00:00+01:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP/article/view/2623 Samtaler med unge universitetsstuderende 2018-12-22T19:15:41+01:00 Ole Michael Spaten oms@hum.aau.dk Nadja Lagoni Holst noname@noadress.dk <p class="p1"><em>Completely other conditions apply to young people today than they did just 20-30 years ago – today the state of change is one of the most significant and present life conditions. In this paper, the challenges that are particularly relevant when young people start their university education in the light of emerging adulthood are described. How we intervene by conversations with emerging adults are pronounced. Limitations of this research is finally presented at the end alongside some important learning points such as the importance of a thorough present state examination. </em></p> 2018-12-22T00:00:00+01:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##