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Diane Parker, Editor
About Coaching Today
Straddling the interface between counselling and coaching, Coaching Today provides a platform for education, debate and sharing of best practice for those working in the diverse field of coaching, from private practitioners to line managers, peers, mentors, trainers and educators.
Coaching Today is published in January, April, July and October.
If you're a member of BACP Coaching division, you'll receive a printed copy of the journal and access to the online archive as part of your divisional membership fee.
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If you would like to contribute to the journal, please contact the editor, Diane Parker, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Articles should not exceed 2,750 words, inclusive of references, unless otherwise specified by the editor. Please see our Author's guidelines.
We welcome feedback and comments from our readers. If you have a response to any of the articles published in Coaching Today, please contact the editor. Your letters may be edited for length.
Coaching Today is read by counsellors and psychotherapists training to be or practising as coaches, and by coaches from other backgrounds such as management and human resources.
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An experts’ guide to digital coaching
Open article: Recent years have seen a marked increase in digital coaching platforms, many engaging thousands of coaches and becoming billion-dollar businesses. Industry insiders Professor Jonathan Passmore and Dr David Tee explore this new market, offering insights on the leading providers and advice for coaches and therapists choosing a platform. Coaching Today, July 2023
The world as a spider’s web: living with ADHD
Open article: Having received a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), coach, trainer and supervisor Nishe Patel talks to Diane Parker about the impact her diagnosis is having on her life and work, exploring the challenges as well as the gifts it presents. Coaching Today, April 2023
A map for the journey: announcing the new coaching competence framework
Open article: David Britten explains why the coaching competences have been created and gives some background to their development. He addresses some key questions and concerns that BACP members have voiced about these and other frameworks. Coaching Today, January 2023