David Lane

David Lane
Independent Researcher · Applied Trauma Psychology

PhD

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The scientist‐practitioner model has been proposed as a viable basis for the development of coaching psychology, despite proving to be a controversial ideal in other forms of applied psychology. This article examines what is meant by this term and how it can contribute to the development of coaching psychology and proposes a redefinition of the mod...
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The aim of this paper is to raise awareness of some of the debates and controversies surrounding formulation and to highlight ways of navigating these debates more successfully for the benefit of ourselves, our clients, and the future development of our profession. The concept of formulation, that is, an explanatory account of the issues affecting...
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Within the context of an expanding market for coaching in all its forms, organizations are asking the question, “Does coaching work?” They seek evidence of a return on investment. We argue within this paper that this is the wrong question. Before we can ask whether coaching works, we must ask how is it being used, is it a coherent framework of prac...
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This chapter provides an overview of the role of supervision in psychological practice
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For more than 20 years now, organizations all over the world have increasingly been using coaching in the hope of fostering the development of the organization and of their employees (Garvey, 2011; Segers, et al, 2011). The recourse to and acceptance of coaching as a vehicle for individual and organizational development may be associated with the d...
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Although clinical supervision is deemed central to the delivery and dissemination of high quality CBT, knowledge of what constitutes ‘optimal’ CBT supervision remains limited. In consequence, understanding of how best to support the development of supervisors is also restricted. This article considers the professional development needs of CBT super...
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We explore the historical basis of both coaching and mentoring (C&M) through an analysis of the historical discourses and contexts. It considers the implications of these discourses on modern constructions of C&M. The chapter goes on to consider the reasons behind the exponential growth of C&M in recent times and compares and contrasts current prac...
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Supervision and being Supervised: preparing, undertaking, refining and enhancing our experience Supervision has now become accepted practice not just for trainees but throughout our careers in many areas of coaching and psychology. This raises questions about what as supervisors (or supervises) we do to prepare for and undertake supervision. Howev...
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As coaching psychologists we take pride in our decision-making skills. In offering our services to clients we make the implicit (or explicit) claim that we can support them in achieving results that they would not be able to achieve by themselves. Indeed, our claims to a professional status are predicated in part on the quality of the decisions we...
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Coaching is rapidly increasing as a valued intervention. This has led to key debates on professionalism, its evidence base, boundaries with other interventions and the underpinning knowledge base. This paper outlines these issues and in particular considers what is happening in the UK. It concludes that coaching in the UK is generating important de...
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Purpose – The paper aims to explore themes in Drucker's work which provide messages for current turbulent times. Based on a literature review of both Drucker's work and contemporary studies in the field of complexity theory the paper's aim is to explore turbulence as a feature of levels of agreement for objectives and predictability of outcome. Dru...
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Since its introduction to clinical psychology regulation in 1969, formula-tion has become a defining skill of applied psychology. Different forms of pro-fessional psychology define the term in dif-ferent ways, and the extent to which formulation has a scientific basis and is drawn directly from psychological theory varies between disciplines (see L...
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The Challenge for Business PsychologyLeveraging the Business Through Human Capital DevelopmentCommitment to Develop and Share LearningSo What is the Way Forward?
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Redundancy is a risk to all employees, and needs careful handling and counselling. Less recognised are the needs of those left behind. On the analogy of major disasters, they too demand meticulous attention to avoid deleterious effects both to themselves and to their organisations. The mishandling of a redundancy situation is presented as a case st...
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There can be no doubt that the small and medium sized enterprise (SME) plays a pivotal role in most if not all economies, and that social policy makers have an interest in ensuring the viability of this sector of the economy, which plays a crucial role in the contract culture of national and international competitiveness. Quite apart from the essen...
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Citation: Palmer, S. (1993). Counselling Psychology: Stephen Palmer interviews David Lane. Counselling Psychology Review, 8, 2, 27-31.
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Investigates bank employee opinions of counselling proposals in response to stress problems brought about by armed raids. The article also raises questions as to the limits of psychology and its relationship to other disciplines involved in organizational counselling services, especially when counselling services are offered in the absence of a pre...
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Identifies 6 issues that require action for disaster planning. These are (1) planning of safety procedures to prevent unnecessary loss of life in a disaster, (2) establishment of coordinated plans for the management of disaster situations, (3) provision of specialist training for those involved in supporting victims of disasters, (4) assessment and...
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Research into bullying owes a substantial debt to the work of several Scandinavian pioneers, most notably Heinemann (1973), Olweus (1974), Pikas (1976, 1989), Roland (1983, 1988) and Roland and Munthe (1989). They have given us theoretical perspectives and models of working which have been only slowly influencing UK practitioners. Tattum (1988) has...
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Those left behind after a company has been reorganised and others have been made redundant may need counselling; survivors can feel guilty especially when feeling concern about how redundancies are handled. They may experience a sense of loss, a sense of realism and a sense of being ill-equipped as a company to meet the complexity involved in imple...
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The relationship between the personality components of psychoticism, extraversion and neuroticism, and levels of conduct disorder, delinquency and therapy responsiveness in children is investigated. A series of studies reporting short- and long-term results test Eysenck's (1970) argument that extraverts, because of their lower levels of conditionab...
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In a study of (N = 120) children exhibiting classroom behaviour problems, a significant correlation was found between the ‘criminal propensity’ (‘C’ score) of a self-report questionnaire and the ‘delinquency predictor’ (‘DP’ score) of a teacher-administered questionnaire. Since the delinquency predictor score has previously been found to be a relia...
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The Hungerford Centre has for three years been providing a support service to schools based solely on the application of experimentally validated treatment techniques. (Behaviour modification).
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A previous article (Lane, 1973b) demonstrated how two aspects of drugs education‐‐help for individuals with their problems and education about drugs are often confounded. Having discussed the school's influence on individuals and their problems, this article focusses on education about drugs, and argues that there are many factors, such as the sele...
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Communication involves a number of clearly defined factors and pathologies of communication can often be traced to the inappropriate selection of options from within the system of factors. In preparing health messages, particularly within a community framework, attention must be given to these factors so that high levels of acceptability can be ach...
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There are two important aspects of drugs education which are, unfortunately, often confounded: that is, helping individuals with their problems and education about drugs. This article looks at the first of these and argues that the school can be an important influence both negatively and positively. Both group and individual approaches to the probl...

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