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In this last issue of 2008, we have a variety of articles ranging from a focus on psychometrics, to operationalising coaching and the role of ethics in coaching psychology. The forthcoming December conference is also highlighted, as Stephen Palmer interviews the keynote speakers and asks about their expectations of the conference and the growth of coaching psychology in their own countries.
Reflecting back on the last year of TCP, it’s really encouraging to see that such a diverse range of articles are submitted for publication; I hope this will continue into 2009. In addition it would also be valuable to hear your views about TCP, do you think we have the right balance between academic and non academic articles? As our current chair Alison Whybrow and Emma Short write in this issue, research is the one of the main routes to development of coaching psychology, so please do submit your views on all aspects of research to TCP.
Finally, following a meeting about the decrease in the number of submissions to both TCP and ICPR, we agreed to reduce the number of issues of TCP and ICPR from three to two per year. The new publication dates for TCP will be June and September. The amended copy deadlines are as always, on the inside cover of the back page together with the guidelines for contributors.
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