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Stephen Palmer

Director of the Centre for Coaching and Centre for Stress Management, London, UK. He is an award winning psychologist. Written/edited 40 books. ... More »Director of the Centre for Coaching and Centre for Stress Management, London, UK. He is an award winning psychologist. Written/edited 40 books. Interests include positive & coaching psychology, stress management and wellbeing, CBT & CBC.

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As Professor Stephen Palmer, Director of the Centre for Stress Management, explains, “Peace really does come from within. To escape unwanted noise and thoughts, I advise my clients to take their minds through a series of relaxing images. It could be anything from sitting under a cool...

To be an powerful psychoanalysis

" Professor Stephen Palmer of City University in London and the Centre for Stress Management says: "I would say accent is e'er bad. A petite bit of constant worry can get you out of bed in the morning and make a contribution you concentration. As you grow elderly here is much likely to ...

Complications that can be

" Professor Stephen Palmer of City University in London and the Centre for Stress Management says: "I would say anxiety is always bad. A wee bit of trauma can get you out of bed in the morning and spring you focussing. As you shoot elderly in attendance is more possible to be long-term ...

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“Walking does it for me,” says Professor Stephen Palmer, director of the Centre for Stress Management. “It’s a time to switch off, listen and reflect.” It’s perfectly normal to wake up 10 to 15 times a night, so have a plan to avoid lying there and fretting. Try not to check the time ...

The therapy revolution

Professor Stephen Palmer, director of the Centre for Stress Management, has devised a checklist of issues to be keep in mind: 1. Check that your counsellor has relevant qualifications. 2. Ask about the approach that he/she uses and if it is suitable for your needs. 3. Ask whether your ...

Flying high is good for your health

Psychologist Professor Stephen Palmer, of City University in London and the Centre for Stress Management, believes the answer lies in the control people have over their lives. 'As you go up the career ladder you normally have more responsibility and more control, and this study would ...

An accredited psychological coaching programme runs for the first time in Gothenburg, Sweden

The Course Directors and trainers were Professor Stephen Palmer and Dr Kristina Gyllensten. Both are chartered psychologists and practising coaching psychologists. Stephen Palmer said, "I was delighted to run our programme in Sweden. It gave me an exciting opportunity to see how ...

Society for Coaching Psychology (SCP)

Professor Stephen Palmer an Honorary SCP Vice President based in the UK, noted that: “Professor Charles Spielberger has a record of outstanding contributions to psychological assessment and research. The Society for Coaching Psychology will greatly benefit from his extensive experience ...

Society for Coaching Psychology launched today

The Society has also recently announced that their Honorary Vice Presidents will include leading experts in psychology such as Professor Angela Clow, Professor Cary Cooper, Professor Carol Kauffman and Professor Stephen Palmer. Dr Siobhain O’Riordan, Chair of the Society for Coaching ...

NEW ZEALAND CONNECTION FOR SOCIETY FOR COACHING PSYCHOLOGY

Prof Stephen Palmer, Honorary President of the Society said “Recently I was fortunate enough to attend the inaugural meeting held in Auckland of the New Zealand Coaching Psychology Special Interest Group. Sam Farmer's appointment as a Honorary Vice President of The Society is another ...

Press releases

The President of ISCP, Prof Stephen Palmer, said “The signing of the MOU is an exciting step for the development of the discipline of coaching psychology in Europe. Our organisations look forward to working together”. Jens Boris Larsen, Chair of the SEBC, commented "The signing of the ...

Photographic Exhibition in Greenwich, London: The Ice, The Sea, The Calm

"The Ice, The Sea, The Calm" Photographic Exhibition by Stephen Palmer has opened at the Forum at Greenwich until 30th June. It reflects the artist’s continuing obsession with seascapes. Professor Stephen Palmer, an Honorary Professor of Psychology at City University, often spends ...

CPF seeks support for the formation of a Special Group in Coaching Psychology

Past Chair of Coaching Psychology Forum and co-proposer of the Special Group in Coaching Psychology, Professor Stephen Palmer, said: "The development of coaching psychology in the United Kingdom is bringing together psychologists from across psychology's different disciplines. This will ...

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