Coaching Psykologi - The Danish Journal of Coaching Psychology https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP Coaching Psykologi er et peer-reviewed tidsskrift, der har til formål at være et væsentligt dansk forum for coaching psykologisk praksis og forskning. Aalborg Universitetsforlag da-DK Coaching Psykologi - The Danish Journal of Coaching Psychology 2244-9698 <p><a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/"><img src="/public/site/images/admin/cc_882.png" alt=""></a><br><br>Artikler publiceret i tidsskriftet for&nbsp;Coaching Psykologi&nbsp;er licenseret under en <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/">Creative Commons Navngivelse-IkkeKommerciel-IngenBearbejdelse 3.0 Unported Licens</a>.</p> <p>Forfattere bevarer deres ophavsret og giver tidsskriftet ret til første publicering, samtidigt med at værket er omfattet af Creative Commons Attribution-licensen: Navngivelse – Ikke-kommerciel &nbsp;- Ingen Bearbejdede Værker (by-nc-nd). Læs om licensen på&nbsp;<a href="http://www.creativecommons.dk/om/">http://www.creativecommons.dk/om/</a>.</p> Redaktørens ord https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP/article/view/2160 Ole Michael Spaten ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-03-06 2018-03-06 6 1 5 5 10.5278/ojs.cp.v6i1.2160 Integrativ Gestalt Praksis - IGP : en ramme for forståelse af forholdet mellem terapi og coaching https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP/article/view/2061 Jeg vil i denne artikel præsentere gestalttilgangens teoretiske og praktiske grundstruktur. Der vil endvidere blive redegjort for, hvordan gestalttilgangens feltteori, med inspiration fra Ken Wilber’s integrale perspektivisme (Wilber 1995; 2000; 2006), kan danne grundlag for en integrativ rammesætning for forskellige psykologiske og psykoterapeutiske tilgange, samt for en forståelse af forholdet mellem terapi og coaching. Mikael Sonne ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-10-17 2018-10-17 6 1 7 16 10.5278/ojs.cp.v6i1.2061 Coaching a musical mindset https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP/article/view/2153 <p>This article describes and analyzes the improvisational and innovative process that takes place among professional musicians during the extraordinary concert. The aim is to draw parallels to the professional coaching<br>conversation in order to examine what new angles this analogy can contribute in proportion to coaching as a practice. In other words, how can an analysis of the musician’s communication during a successful concert<br>shed light on what is happening in a successful professional dialogue. <br>The article contains both empirical data and theory. The empirical data comes to results from a qualitative study undertaken in connection with my thesis within the Master of Learning Processes Specializing in Organizational<br>Coaching at Aalborg University, and is based on interviews with five professional orchestra musicians from the Royal Danish Orchestra, the Copenhagen Phil and the Danish National Symphony Orchestra</p> Line Fredens ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-03-06 2018-03-06 6 1 17 27 10.5278/ojs.cp.v6i1.2153 Problems and Values https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/CP/article/view/2152 <p>This article highlights coaching from a narrative and poststructuralist perspective. The article argues that problems are the starting point for any concept and every story – that each term starts with a problem. Issues<br>and events must be named and inserted into a story to make meaning before they can be handled. The article argues that in coaching and leadership conversation about hopes, dreams and visions out of the blue sky without<br>a foundation in the living experiences of life and in the problems and their effects one wishes to fight or to handle is meaningless and “hot air”.<br>Problems are something that the protagonist in a narrative meets on his way and bumps with. Problems arise when something unexpected or unforeseen happens. When a problem arises, a breach will occur. This<br>is fundamental in narrative theory. But whenever there is a problem there is also a value, something preferred. In narrative coaching, the protagonist comes closer to his values and skills through stories of preferred<br>experiences.<br>The person’s joy and empowerment are strengthened by sealing the contact with preferred experiences, values and skills. This minimizes the power of the problem over the person.<br>It is the coach’s task in cooperation with the coached to let the preferred experiences and values guide the coaching. It does not make sense to talk about “solutions” in narrative coaching before “thicker” stories about<br>the preferred life are told. The concept and the metaphor of solution itself is problematic as it relates to mathematics and correct answers. Planning and “solutions” require a very high degree of conceptualization and<br>sophisticated narrative. There are no solutions - only experiments when we are dealing with social relations. It makes sense to talk about solutions in the production, in the technical world, not in the never finished social<br>world, where every action initiates a new beginning. The article contains some anonymous examples and vignettes that illustrate some of the theoretical and methodological points.</p> Allan Holmgren ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-10-17 2018-10-17 6 1 29 43 10.5278/ojs.cp.v6i1.2152