Conference Organiser: Professor Mick Cooper, Director, CREST
Following a highly successful first conference in Dundee, the University of Roehampton is delighted to be hosting the second international conference on pluralistic counselling and psychotherapy in 2019. Our keynotes speakers are John Norcross, who is a world-renowned expert on the psychotherapy relationship; and Lucy Johnstone, who led on the development of the ground-breaking Power, threat, meaning framework for the BPS Division of Clinical Psychology.
The conference will be based at our beautiful campus in South London; and will include workshops, discussions, research papers, and poster presentations on all aspects of the pluralistic approach. This includes the development of collaboration and shared decision making with clients, integration in counselling and psychotherapy, working across diversity and difference, goal-oriented practices, client preferences, and personalisation in therapy. Further information about the pluralistic approach to therapy can be found at the website of our Centre for Research in Social and Psychological Transformation. A call for papers will be opening shortly.
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