Invited paper: Covid-19 and Transpersonal Coaching Psychology
This paper invites participants to reflect and review the current developments and interventions in response to the Covid-19 pandemic & emerging climate crisis, drawing from the established theory of planned behaviour (Ajzen, 1991), ecopsychology research, coaching and positive psychology (Palmer, 2015; Whitmore, 2017; Whybrow, 2019) and discusses the future action and practice in the realms of mindfulness and coaching intervention.
- Understand the transpersonal coaching approach, its rationale, formulation & wider role in the environment.
- Experience the mindfulness practice that embraces spirituality.
- Know how to integrate mindfulness practice in transpersonal coaching methods.
- Know how to enhance motivation to work on change in psychosocial environmental practice in response to the Covid-19 pandemic & climate change.
Prof Ho Law PhD has been a consultant in coaching psychology, research & development for over 30 years. Empsy® (Empowerment Psychology) the Network founded by Ho, is an international social enterprise providing psychological services to empower people, planet & communities. Ho led MSc Coaching Psychology Programmes at University of East London and won the first Student-Led Teaching Award as the Best Supervisor in 2013 and was contracted by University of Cambridge as the Coaching Programme Advisor 2015-2016.