Personal profile


Mick is an internationally recognised authority in the field of counselling and psychotherapy and a chartered psychologist. Mick is author of a range of texts on humanistic, existential, and relational approaches to therapy; and co-developed the pluralistic approach with Professor John McLeod. Mick is Acting Director of the School of Psychology's Centre for Research in Psychological Wellbeing (CREW) at the University of Roehampton.



Research interests

Counselling with children and young people, humanistic therapy, existential therapy, the therapy relationship, personalisation and shared decision making, goals in therapy, relational depth, dialogue, the interface between psychology and social change

Professional affiliations

Higher Education Academic (Principal Fellow)

Academy of Social Sciences (Academician)

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (Fellow)

British Psychological Society (Associate Fellow)

Division of Counselling Psychology, BPS (full member)

Society for Humanistic Psychology (Div. 32, APA)

United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy


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