Mick cooper is professor of counselling psychology at the university of roehampton where he is director of the centre for research in social and psychological transformation crest mick is a chartered psychologist a ukcp registered psychotherapist and a fellow of the bacp mick is author and editor of a range of texts on person centred existential and relational approaches to therapy . He has co edited the plural self multiplicity in everyday life with mick cooper sage 1999 there are chapters by him in many other books on psychotherapy he is on the editorial board of self society the journal of humanistic psychology the transpersonal psychology review and the counselling psychology review. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for the plural self multiplicity in everyday life at amazoncom read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Overviews and critiques the field of self pluralism drawing together theory research and practice this book expands on the psychological and philosophical theories associated with self pluralism and presents empirical evidence in support of the self pluralistic perspective exploring its application within a clinical and therapeutic setting. The plural self book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers this books fundamental thesis is a rather challenging one the idea t
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