Michael Carroll

MA, PhD

Michael is co-programme director of AMEC, Ashridge's MSc in Executive Coaching. He is also a visiting professor at Bristol University, and works as a counsellor, supervisor, trainer and consultant to organisations in the public and private sectors.

Michael is a fellow of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and chartered counselling psychologist, and a BACP-accredited supervisor. He is also an Accredited Executive Coach and an Accredited Executive Coach Supervisor with APECS.

British Psychological Society (Chartered Psychologist) Division of Counselling Psychology British Psychological Society (Chartered Counselling Psychologist) British Association for Counselling (BACP Accredited Supervisor) Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society Fellow(British Association for Professional Executive Coaches and Supervisors.

Michael Carroll

Publications

How to prepare for Coaching

Carroll, M. (2009) How to prepare for Coaching, Management Today

Preparing Employees to become Effective Coachees

Carroll, M. (2009) Preparing Employees to become Effective Coachees, Training Journal, pp. 62 - 66

From Mindless to Mindful Practice: On Learning Reflection in Supervision

Carroll, M. (2009) From Mindless to Mindful Practice: On Learning Reflection in Supervision, Australian Journal of Psychotherapy, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 38 - 53

Supervision: Quality in Pastoral Ministry

Carroll, M. (2009) Supervision: Quality in Pastoral Ministry, in Grenham, T. (ed) , Pastoral Ministry in Practice, London, Veritas

On Being an Executive Coachee: Creating Learning Partnerships

Carroll, M. & Gilbert, M. (2008) On Being an Executive Coachee: Creating Learning Partnerships, London, Vukani Publications

Supervision and Transformational Learning

Carroll, M. (2008) Supervision and Transformational Learning, Australian Journal of Psychotherapy, May

Clinical Psychology Supervision

Carroll, M. (2007) Clinical Psychology Supervision, Clinical Psychology Forum

One More Time - What is supervision?

Carroll, M. (2007) One More Time - What is supervision?, Australian Journal of Psychotherapy, May

Coaching Psychology Supervision

Carroll, M. (2007) Coaching Psychology Supervision, in Palmer, S. & Whybrow, A. (eds) , The Handbook of Coaching Psychology, London, Routledge

Key Issues in Coaching Psychology Supervision

Carroll, M. (2006) Key Issues in Coaching Psychology Supervision, The Coaching Psychologist, June

Supervising Executive Coaches

Carroll, M. (2006) Supervising Executive Coaches, Therapy Today, Issue 17, No 5, June

On Being a Supervisee: Creating Learning Partnerships

Carroll, M. & Gilbert, M. (2005) On Being a Supervisee: Creating Learning Partnerships, London, MMM Publications

Professional contracts with and within organisations

Carroll, M. (2005) Professional contracts with and within organisations, in Tribe, R. & Morrissey, J. (eds) , Professional and Ethical Issues for Psychologists, Psychotherapists and Counsellors, London, Brunner-Routledge

Forgiveness in Organisations

Carroll, M. (2004) Forgiveness in Organisations, in Spy, T. & Ramsey, C. (eds) , Forgiveness and the Healing Process, London, Brunner-Routledge

Integrative Approaches to Supervision

Carroll, M. & Tholstrup, M. (2001) Integrative Approaches to Supervision, London, Jessica Kingsley

Supervision in and for Organisations

Carroll, M. (2001) Supervision in and for Organisations, in Carroll, M. & Tholstrup, M. (eds) , Integrative Approaches to Supervision, London, Sage

The Spirituality of Supervision

Carroll, M. (2001) The Spirituality of Supervision, in Carroll, M. & Tholstrup, M. (eds) , Integrative Approaches to Supervision, London, Sage

Bullying at Work - can counselling help?

Carroll, M. (2000) Bullying at Work - can counselling help?, Counselling News, pp. 13 - 16, March

Counselling in the Workplace

Carroll, M. (2000) Counselling in the Workplace, Eisteach (Journal of the Irish Association for Counselling and Therapy), Vol. 2, Issue 13, pp. 2 - 8