Worlds Apart or Worlds United? A roundtable discussion at the Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society’s Annual Conference: A brief report

Sarah Corrie, Gavin Breslin, David Woods, John Kremer, Yvonne Cooke, Alison Clarke

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The article highlights how practitioners in the sub disciplines in psychology have used similar theory in practice. Through the dialogue that took place at the Conference, as well as the desire to collaborate to produce this brief report and working together to co-author a fuller account of the proceedings for the Sport and Exercise Psychology Review, the Division of Sports and Exercise Psychology’s international publication, we would see this event as an example of the type of shared exploration that can be enriching for coaching psychology specifically, and the psychological professions generally – one that inspires collaborations and works towards change at multiple levels. We hope this brief report might foster reflection and discussion on the opportunities afforded by collaboration amongst the psychological sub-disciplines,and encourage others to do the same.
LanguageEnglish
Pages75-77
JournalCoaching Psychologist
Volume10
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2014

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