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Professor Mick Cooper joins University of Roehampton

Mick Cooper has joined the Department of Psychology at the University of Roehampton as Professor of Counselling Psychology.

Posted: 18 February 2014

image for news story Professor Mick Cooper joins University of Roehampton
Professor Mick Cooper

Mick is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist and an internationally recognised figure in the areas of humanistic, existential, relational and pluralistic therapy. Mick's main area of research interest has been school-based counselling. He is currently seconded as the National Advisor for Counselling for the Children and Young People's Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme by the Department of Health.

Head of Department Diane Bray said: “I am looking forward to working with Prof Cooper. His reputation and experience will further enhance the strong profile of Counselling Psychology in the department.”

On joining the Department, Professor Cooper said: “The University of Roehampton provides a unique environment to develop research in the field of counselling and psychotherapy. The department has a rich and varied range of therapy trainings, and I look forward to supporting Department-wide research and helping to improve the student experience.”

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