The focus of our research is linked to the philosophy of the MI Research Centre. We aim to create research collaborations in order to develop the profession by:
- increasing access to therapy and creating social impact,
- exploring new approaches and therapeutic methods, and
- developing psychotherapy training and theory.
ETHOS aims to evaluate the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of School-Based, Humanistic Counselling (SBHC) by conducting the first full powered randomised controlled controlled trial of this type of intervention. ETHOS brings together some of the UK's leading academics in counselling and psychotherapy to positively impact the national provision of mental health support for young people. Read more in our press release.