Mick Cooper1 videoBiography

Mick is a renowned authority in counselling and psychotherapy, as well as a chartered psychologist. He co-developed the pluralistic approach to therapy and has authored several texts on humanistic, existential, and relational therapy. Mick currently serves as Acting Director of the Centre for Research in Psychological Wellbeing (CREW) at the University of Roehampton. His research interests include counselling with children and young people, humanistic and existential therapy, and the interface between psychology and social change.