Beyond the frontiers of person-centred purism: Pluralism and experiencing diversity of therapeutic practices – WAPCEPC Online Event with Mick Cooper

In recent years, Mick Cooper has been working with John McLeod to develop a ‘pluralistic’ approach to therapy, which Mick has described as a person-centred ‘metatherapeutic’ approach. That is, a person-centred way of thinking about the therapeutic field as a whole.

This dialogue will explore the concept of pluralism and its implications for person-centred theory and practice: introducing research and theory on client preferences, therapeutic goals, and ‘metatherapeutic communication’: talking with clients about the process and focus of therapy.

Beyond the frontiers of person-centred purism: Pluralism and experiencing diversity of therapeutic practices – WAPCEPC Online Event with Mick Cooper

This dialogue will explore the concept of pluralism and its implications for person-centred theory and practice: introducing research and theory on client preferences, therapeutic goals, and ‘metatherapeutic communication’: talking with clients about the process and focus of therapy.

“Systematic outcome and process feedback: A person-centred practice” – Interview with Mick Cooper

Across a range of healthcare, educational and third sector contexts, counsellors and psychotherapists are increasingly being asked to use outcome monitoring forms, such as the CORE-OM, to evaluate the effectiveness of their practice. For many of us …

School-based counselling for young people in the UK: What we know, how it fits with a contemporary NHS agenda, and new developments – Mick Cooper

    Click here to download free 34 page report SCHOOL-BASED COUNSELLING IN UK SECONDARY SCHOOLS: A REVIEW AND CRITICAL EVALUATION     Abstract School-based counselling is one of the most prevalent forms of psychological therapy for young people in the UK, with approximately 70,000-90,000 cases per year. This presentation begins by reviewing what we […]

Relational Depth: A quantitative researcher’s perspective – Interview with Sue Wiggins

Relational Depth: A quantitative researcher’s perspective

Welcome to our series on relational depth.

In this interview Sue Wiggins talks about her experience as a researcher of relational Depth and

Relational Depth: An author’s perspective – Interview with Mick Cooper

Therapy Today writes that, “‘The book represents a ‘gentle revolution’. The gentleness comes from its lack of stridency and from its inclusiveness, and the radical quality is that person-centred therapy in particular, and all therapeutic work in general, cannot be the same again’”

Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy – Interview with Mick Cooper

Following our interview with John McLeod we interviewed his co-author, Mick Cooper, about the pluralist approach to therapy set out in their new book titled “Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy”