Conference with Prof Mick Cooper in Cork
Relational counsellors and psychotherapists need to be involved in the development and enhancement of the profession. We need to participate support and develop a research tradition that is respectful of the values of our therapeutic work. We owe it first of all to our clients and then to ourselves to explore and investigate what works in the relational therapies and why? This conference is an opportunity to be part of an ongoing dialogue in the counselling and psychotherapy communities where connections, dialogue discovery debate and mutual learning can take place. Cork Counselling Services presents a 2 day conference, Fri 5th – Sat 6th May 2017, in Marymount University Hospital & Hospice, Cork on this timely topic.
A selection of experienced and new generation counsellors and psychotherapists papers and posters on a wide variety of current research evidence.
Guest speaker: Professor Mick Cooper
Professor Mick Cooper is a pioneer and recognised authority in the field of counselling and psychotherapy and a chartered psychologist. He is author of Essential Research findings in Counselling and Psychotherapy, The Facts are Friendly and other well known texts from relational depth to existential & pluralistic approaches to counselling & psychotherapy. Prof Cooper is a Professor of Counselling Psychology at the University of Roehampton, south London; and a Chartered Counselling Psychologist.
Conference programme highlights
Prof Mick Cooper will present on both days of the conference.
Fri 3.30-5pm: ‘What makes therapy effective: Reviewing findings from the psychotherapy research field’.
Sat 9.30-11.30am: ‘Relational depth: The latest evidence’ followed by a live interview session.
The conference programme is now available on our website. Click here to view the full programme.
Original post: IAHIP Classified Ads related to CPD