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SGCP Peer Practice Groups

Our SGCP Peer Practice Groups in Coaching Psychology bring our members together to share information and ideas, and support each other in the appropriate use of psychology in coaching. We aim to develop a network of active Peer Practice Groups across the UK, to support SGCP members with learning, networking, professional development and supervision.

This initiative is open to all SGCP members, some of whom may not have a formal psychology background (i.e. do not have the Graduate Membership status that is recognised by the BPS).

However, we would expect that all participants would draw on and/or be interested in developing psychological underpinnings in their coaching practice.

As at December 2019, there are five Peer Practice groups that are active (see below). These are typically small with 20 or so members on the local list and 6-10 attending each meeting. 

We know of five further groups that might start-up or spring back to life during 2020.  

Additional groups are needed in all parts of the UK to give all our members local access to professional development in the company of other SGCP members. 

If you wish to join a PPG, please email [email protected] with your name, location and membership number to find out what’s available in your area.

If you would be willing to host a group, please email Tony Page, Peer Practice Group Coordinator via [email protected] to discuss the SGCP support that we can provide to get you up and running.  
 

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