Invited Paper: New developments of the ABC model for cognitive-behavioral coaching (Pre-recorded)
Time: 13.00 – 13.45 GMT
Dr Oana David and Cristina Lorint
Cognitive-behavioral coaching (CBC) is an integrative coaching approach, with theoretical roots in the cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for how changes are obtained, and which encompasses techniques that are already empirically supported in CBT. The most important tool adapted to CBC is the ABC model, which is currently considered a transdiagnostic model and underlies the change process. The ABC model has been reframed by David and Breightmeyer (2018) in order to fit in the coaching process. We describe in this paper the new contextual and positive ABC model for CBC and how it can be used in various steps of the coaching process, from assessment, conceptualization and as a technique in the process, with demonstrated results.
Cristina Lorint is a psychologist, coach & trainer. She is currently a PhD student at the Doctoral School of Psychodiagnostics and Scientifically Validated Psychological Interventions, Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Her thesis is focused on cognitive-behavioral coaching, outcomes and mechanism of change. Professional expertise includes soft skills and technical trainings, coaching and e-learning platforms and tools. Interest in coaching comes from the passion for learning in adults and from the experience as a trainer.