Friend Not Foe – Developing the Researcher Role in Therapeutic Practice

Nowadays, more than ever, counsellors and psychotherapists need to demonstrate the efficacy of their work. 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.

The 2 day conference is €150 (includes lunch and refreshments) and you can book here with Eventbrite.
A student rate is available for the conference. For a booking code please email the address below. For further information please go to or contact

We would love to see you there!

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