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Negative effects for coaching clients and coaches and implications for their prevention
This dissertation is a thesis by publication, which is based on four studies. The results have been published in international peer-reviewed journals or are submitted for publication. This work introduces the overarching background and goals of this dissertation, its core findings, and how they contribute to the dissertation goals. The full-length manuscripts are presented in the end. Background: Coaching researchers and practitioners alike call for the need of evidence-based coaching. However, evidence-based coaching ...
Does interpersonal behavior of psychotherapy trainees differ in private and professional relationships?
• Aim: The present study aimed to evaluate the effect of trainees’ interpersonal behavior on work involvement (WI) and compared their social behavior within professional and private relationships as well as between different psychotherapeutic orientations. • Methods: The interpersonal scales of the Intrex short-form questionnaire and the Work Involvement Scale (WIS) were used to evaluate two samples of German psychotherapy trainees in psychoanalytic, psychodynamic, and cognitive behavioral therapy training. Trainees ...
Towards A Better Understanding of Workplace Coaching: On Goal Activities, Exploration Practices, and Coaches’ Life Satisfaction
Whereas there is a high and ever-increasing demand for coaching worldwide (International Coach Federation, 2016) and meta-analytical findings suggest that coaching is generally effective (e.g., Jones et al., 2016; Sonesh, Coultas, Lacerenza et al., 2015), little is still known about standards for “good” coaching practice (e.g., Bono et al., 2009; Vandaveer et al., 2016). Across three studies, this dissertation investigates relevant facets of coaching practice. It addresses the questions of how coaches practice workplace ...
Begleitpersonen in der stationären Kinderrehabilitation: Bedarf für psychologische Interventionen und Evaluation eines Betreuungsmodells (am Beispiel "Triple-P-Programm")
Begleitpersonen in der stationären Kinderrehabilitation: Bedarf für psychologische Interventionen und Evaluation eines Betreuungsmodells (am Beispiel „Triple-P-Programm”) Chronisch erkrankte Kinder im Vorschulalter, die eine stationäre Reha-Maßnahme absolvieren, werden üblicherweise von einer Bezugsperson (Elternteil oder nahe Verwandte) begleitet. Da diese sog. Begleitpersonen normalerweise nicht krank sind, sind psychologische Interventionen nicht vorgesehen. Dennoch hebt der VDR in seinem Rahmenkonzept hervor, ...