Coaching Psychology International
This journal is published annually. This is the house publication of the International Society for Coaching Psychology. Members can download a PDF of the journal. It is also published in print format and is avaialble at the ISCP annual conference or congress.
Coaching Psychology International publishes papers on the research, theory and practice of coaching psychoogy and allied fields. It also includes news updates from the professional psychology bodies that have reciprocol agreements with the ISCP. The journal is listed in SocioWeb and The Academic Resource Index. It is abstracted in the American Psychological Association PsycEXTRA.
The back catalogue of Coaching Psychology International (Volumes 1-11) is available to Society members from the drop down menu on the password protected webpage Electronic Library of Coaching Psychology International: Volumes 1-11 – this is located under the Journals tab. Please contact email@example.com for the access code.
You can read the latest issue below.
Information for Contributors
An aim of CPI is to encourage a range of submissions that contribute to the research, theory and practice of coaching psychology.
The following points may be helpful to consider:
- Include a Title, Abstract and Keywords
- Please provide Author information (Photo, Contact and Biog) to accompany the paper
- Please use the APA style of referencing
- Typically papers are no longer than 3000 words although shorter articles are also encouraged and if appropriate we may accept longer submissions (based on editorial discretion).
- We suggest you look at previous issues of the Journal to see a flavour of the style, format and focus of this publication
Please e-mail inquiries and submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The following guidance may be helpful for Book Review submissions to CPI.
- Include the book title, author[s], date of publication, place, publisher, edition, pages, cost (hardcopy, paperback, digital), ISBN.
- Book titles should fall within the coaching psychology and coaching literature base.
- Please contact the Editor in advance of submitting a Book Review to CPI to check on the suitability of the selected title for this publication.
- The audience of CPI are coaching psychologists and/or those with an interest in coaching psychology. Therefore, the Book Review should aim to provide insights and information that readers can learn from in terms of the available literature.
- Books should be in print and available to purchase/access.
- The typical word count for a Book Review would be 500-1000 words.
- The Editors decision on the suitability of a Book Review for publication in CPI is final.
You can read the latest issue of Coaching Psychology International below.CPI 12.1