Michael Jacobs was for many years Director of the counselling and psychotherapy courses in the Department of Adult Education, University of Leicester. In developing those courses he published a number of key texts which are used in other training courses - notably The Presenting Past (Open University Press, 2012, 4th edition) and Psychodynamic Counselling in Action (Sage, 2017 5th edition). He has also written a number of other books (Sigmund Freud and D.W Winnicott in the Sage series) and edited three series for Open University Press - such as Core Concepts in Therapy. More recently he has written two books in the UKCP/Karnac series, Shakespeare on the Couch, and Our Desire of Unrest. Michael has written his professional autobiography for the Open University Press, published in January 2018: Fifty Years of Counselling: My Presenting Past. He has been a visiting Professor at Bournemouth University and at the University of Leeds. He has a Ph.D on psychoanalytic interpretations of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Now in his eighties he is retired from practice and teaching but is always ready to correspond with any who wish to write to him.Read more Read less
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