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Mick Cooper

Mick Cooper is Professor of Counselling Psychology at the University of Roehampton and a chartered psychologist. Mick is best known for his writing in the psychological therapies field. He is author/co-author of ten books, and co-editor of a further eight. Mick has led international research on counselling for children and young people, goals in therapy, and psychotherapy preferences. He is a leading figure in the humanistic psychology field, receiving the 2014 Mid-Career Award from Division 32 (Humanistic Psychology) of the American Psychological Association. Mick is the father of four children and lives in Brighton.
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Psychology at the Heart of Social Change

Developing a Progressive Vision for Society

This book shows why we need, and can create, a progressive politics that is profoundly informed by insights from the psychotherapeutic and psychological domain, moving us from a politics of blame to a politics of understanding.