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Lindsay Cooper

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Biography

Lindsay Cooper is a member of the Centre for Research in Schools and Communities. He is a practising counsellor and supervisor in private practice. He has been actively involved in the training of counsellors for several years. In the counselling and psychotherapy field he is particularly interested in sexuality, shame, narcissism, solution-focused therapy and narrative. His teaching in the Centre covers the whole range of undergraduate and postgraduate counselling programmes. Lindsay was involved in the development of the Postgraduate Certificate in Trauma Studies in collaboration with the University's School of Sociology and Social Policy and currently contributes to the Business School's MBA programme where he teaches Interpersonal Skills for Managers. Lindsay is a qualified teacher and has 14 years experience of working in the further education sector.He is still actively involved in education for post-16 through his involvement in Open College Networks. He is chair of the Board of Trustees at AIM Awards. .

Research Summary

Lindsay is currently engaged in research for a PhD. The project is looking at the way counsellors can best intervene in the coming out process.

Recent Publications

  • COOPER, L., 2008. On the other side: supporting sexual minority students BRITISH JOURNAL OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING. VOL 36(NUMBER 4), 425-440
  • HALL, C. and HALL, E. AND COOPER, L., 2007. A Socio-Emotional Approach to Building Communities of Learners Online. In: SPENCER-OATEY, H., ed., e-Learning Initiatives in China Hong Kong University Press. 79-93
  • COOPER, L., 2008. On the other side: supporting sexual minority students BRITISH JOURNAL OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING. VOL 36(NUMBER 4), 425-440
  • HALL, C. and HALL, E. AND COOPER, L., 2007. A Socio-Emotional Approach to Building Communities of Learners Online. In: SPENCER-OATEY, H., ed., e-Learning Initiatives in China Hong Kong University Press. 79-93

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University of Nottingham
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Nottingham, NG8 1BB

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