Our special interest groups


launch of east midlands network event in 2019

socialising at the EMCC UK event

Our special interest groups offer regular continuing professional development in specific areas of work. They are a great way to network, share experience, and learn alongside other coaches, mentors and supervisors in your sector. See below for our current special interest groups.

Career Coaching & Mentoring Special Interest Group

During regular continuing professional development sessions, we come together to develop our skills and improve our effectiveness to serve our coaches.
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Coaching Psychology Special Interest Group

We are a community of coaches, supervisors, academics, practitioners, and anyone with curiosity about applying psychological theory and concepts to the practice of coaching.
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Health & Wellbeing Special Interest Group

We aim to develop the safe practice of health and wellbeing for coaches and mentors, their clients, organisations and communities.
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Higher Education Special Interest Group

Our SIG aims to connect a wide array of people who believe in the importance of mentoring and coaching as a way to support staff and students in higher education.
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Mentoring Special Interest Group

We aim to explore all aspects of mentoring within today’s organisational, public and charity sectors, and provide support to mentors.
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Neurodiversity Special Interest Group

We support neurodivergent people – whether diagnosed or self-identified – and we seek to influence positive change around neurodiversity in the coaching, mentoring and supervision professions.
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Team Coaching Special Interest Group

We aim to support the development of effective, ethical and professional team coaching practice, and the group is available and suitable for team coaches of all levels of experience, and also coaches, supervisors and leaders who are interested in team coaching or becoming team coaches.
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