Archive Page - Publications
Faith Holders in Phare magazine
written July 4, 2023 by Nicky Torode
Pleased that my little piece was published in Phare magazine. What a strange feeling to be in a magazine where David Gaffney is also published! Thanks, made my year!
Introverts, Wellbeing & Coaching – writing-as-thinking exploration
written October 31, 2022 by Nicky Torode
Stimulating collaboration for our article, Games introverts have to play, published in the Association for Coaching’s Coaching Perspectives. Introverts in Business thought leader, Tanya Sushchenko, and I used writing-as-thinking, an exploratory real-time writing technique to get us to explore the issue of introvert’s wellbeing and
50 words, give or take!
written September 20, 2022 by Nicky Torode
My little story, published digitally earlier this year, is soon to be in the print anthology – thank you Vine Leaves Press. Always a treat reading the microfictions, as well as the experimental long forms! The 50-Word Stories of 2022 Microfiction for Lovers of Quick
Microfiction winner in Mum Life Stories
written July 20, 2022 by Nicky Torode
Delighted that my little story got selected in the top 10 winners in round 4! It’ll be in a printed anthology at the end of the year. Love last year’s cover, captures the journey a deux!
Story in Elsewhere, Journal of Place
written July 10, 2022 by Nicky Torode
Delighted to have my short story of Croydon published in the fascinating Elsewhere, the journal of place. Always a treat reading this journal. https://www.elsewhere-journal.com/blog/2022/7/6/the-knowledge
The Power of Words
written May 25, 2022 by Nicky Torode
An old picture now but a timely reminder to keep going with those goals. You know the ones – those you set long ago that gathered dust along the way as derailers, blockers and the sting of rejection took hold! Ouch! But it was exciting
Journaling in coaching – for clients and coaches
written July 1, 2021 by Nicky Torode
Here’s my latest article in the Association for Coaching‘s international magazine on how journaling can support coaching clients to go deeper in their exploration of their goals, belief systems, values, motivations and derailers. Easy exercises to offer clients (if they wish) during or post session.
Insight is 2020
written October 20, 2020 by Nicky Torode
Wrote this piece when the first lockdown hit. Obsession, funny how new obsessions took root, attention zeroed in on what had been taken for granted.
Masters research into expressive writing (journaling) with global tech executives, 2018
written July 4, 2019 by Nicky Torode
I wrote a non-academic article about my 2018 research into the impact on wellbeing of guided expressive writing with global tech executives. It was published in the journal published by Lapidus International, the organisation in the UK for writing for wellbeing.
The long short haul…a tense travel tale!
written January 1, 2016 by Nicky Torode
The Long Short Haul captures those tense moments of being squashed on a plane back then when my son was a baby, strapped to my torso. Right then, with a fellow passenger already spilling into my side, does my son decide to test his lungs.
A tiny tale in anthology by Mother’s Milk Books
written by Nicky Torode
Loved writing this tiny tale Love is… tears of joy and sadness!
Sorted! Life coaching for teens
written September 20, 2012 by Nicky Torode
This guided journal came out of my work with teenagers in pupil referral units, those at risk of exclusion from secondary and young people at young offending in London. I secured grant funding from various sources for the social enterprise I founded, Raise Your Game,
Older research and publications
written September 20, 2008 by Nicky Torode
Here are a few, chapters, articles, co-authored publications